New York Magazine asked me to name my three top astrology books last week for this article — a round-up of astrologers’ recommendations.
Of course, this week I might choose three different ones, and I did assume that someone else would mention Stephen Arroyo and Linda Goodman, who aren’t in this list. I agree with most of the choices, but remain mildly baffled by a few which are unreadable.
Two of my choices made the cut — Saturn, A New Look At An Old Devil by Liz Greene, and Making the Gods Work With You by Caroline Casey. But Geoffrey Cornelius’ essential read for astrologers The Moment of Astrology. People occasionally ask me about serious beginner’s astrology books, and I like Sue Merlyn Farebrother’s Astrology Decoded, which also is not included on this list.
For more book recommendations, click here. The page needs an update, but it’s a start.