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Master astrologer Linda Goodman provides fundamental and practical insight into the power of love in this world-famous and sensationally bestselling guide. Can a Gemini man find happiness with a Virgo woman? Will it be smooth sailing or perpetual fireworks for the Scorpio female and the Libra male? Linda Goodman's Love Signs offers compelling insight and advice for every zo Master astrologer Linda Goodman provides fundamental and practical insight into the power of love in this world-famous and sensationally bestselling guide. Can a Gemini man find happiness with a Virgo woman? Will it be smooth sailing or perpetual fireworks for the Scorpio female and the Libra male? Linda Goodman's Love Signs offers compelling insight and advice for every zodiac sign—and the compatibility of each with all eleven others. Lively, entertaining, and informative, this book will help you better understand your partner and your relationship. From your finances to your lover's secret hopes, from your quirky habits to what you'll fight about, from avoiding war to making peace, this book will tell you what to expect and what to look out for. Whether you're embarking on a first date or are seriously involved, Linda Goodman's Love Signs will help you open up the lines of communication and unlock the power of your relationship.


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Master astrologer Linda Goodman provides fundamental and practical insight into the power of love in this world-famous and sensationally bestselling guide. Can a Gemini man find happiness with a Virgo woman? Will it be smooth sailing or perpetual fireworks for the Scorpio female and the Libra male? Linda Goodman's Love Signs offers compelling insight and advice for every zo Master astrologer Linda Goodman provides fundamental and practical insight into the power of love in this world-famous and sensationally bestselling guide. Can a Gemini man find happiness with a Virgo woman? Will it be smooth sailing or perpetual fireworks for the Scorpio female and the Libra male? Linda Goodman's Love Signs offers compelling insight and advice for every zodiac sign—and the compatibility of each with all eleven others. Lively, entertaining, and informative, this book will help you better understand your partner and your relationship. From your finances to your lover's secret hopes, from your quirky habits to what you'll fight about, from avoiding war to making peace, this book will tell you what to expect and what to look out for. Whether you're embarking on a first date or are seriously involved, Linda Goodman's Love Signs will help you open up the lines of communication and unlock the power of your relationship.

30 review for Linda Goodman's Love Signs: A New Approach to the Human Heart

  1. 4 out of 5

    sarah

    yes, it's dated and sexist. but damn, it's good. scarily accurate! yes, it's dated and sexist. but damn, it's good. scarily accurate!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Maxine

    If Goodman's "Sun Signs" is the Bible of astrology(and it is), then "Love Signs" is The New Testament. Here, Goodman takes her phenomenal understanding of each sign, and accurately applies it to the intricacies of the way male and female members of each sign interact with every other sign. She's eerily on target with the joys and heartaches that can be expected with every possible astrological match. With the love and humor that was her style, Goodman shows us that no combination of signs in an im If Goodman's "Sun Signs" is the Bible of astrology(and it is), then "Love Signs" is The New Testament. Here, Goodman takes her phenomenal understanding of each sign, and accurately applies it to the intricacies of the way male and female members of each sign interact with every other sign. She's eerily on target with the joys and heartaches that can be expected with every possible astrological match. With the love and humor that was her style, Goodman shows us that no combination of signs in an impossible match. Some are only more challenging than others! A must read for everyone who ever fell in love, or ever will.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Gabriela G

    This book was great. I look at this book like a dictionary rather then a book. Linda Goodman is such a talented author because while teaching her readers about the sun signs and how the behave around each other but she uses his words in such a poetic way that just blows the readers away. This book helped me a lot with my relationships in my family. As I was reading this book I realized that Linda loves to use similes, and I love reading similies so this book was just perfect for me. Also Linda m This book was great. I look at this book like a dictionary rather then a book. Linda Goodman is such a talented author because while teaching her readers about the sun signs and how the behave around each other but she uses his words in such a poetic way that just blows the readers away. This book helped me a lot with my relationships in my family. As I was reading this book I realized that Linda loves to use similes, and I love reading similies so this book was just perfect for me. Also Linda makes learning new and different things fun and enjoyable! And thats all you can ask from an author as reader, so this book was just amazing to read and I enjoyed it a lot.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Xenomantid

    From the earliest days of my fascination with astrology, there was one author whose work invariably left me with mixed feelings: Linda Goodman. Although her work remains popular among the more conventional mystics, most practicing occultists never even mention her. Frankly, some of her advice was rather suspect. To this day, I have yet to read any other astrology books that propose that the real ruler of Taurus is not Venus, but a planet called Pan-Horus. (Equating gods who belong to two differe From the earliest days of my fascination with astrology, there was one author whose work invariably left me with mixed feelings: Linda Goodman. Although her work remains popular among the more conventional mystics, most practicing occultists never even mention her. Frankly, some of her advice was rather suspect. To this day, I have yet to read any other astrology books that propose that the real ruler of Taurus is not Venus, but a planet called Pan-Horus. (Equating gods who belong to two different pantheons and have virtually nothing in common in the first place is, if you can believe it, easier to overlook than many of the other quirks of Goodman's writing.) The real draw, if you can dignify it with such a designation, of Linda Goodman's output is her hokey writing style. Her first book, Linda Goodman's Sun Signs, frequently read like a corny pop ballad from the 1930s, but it was still just barely sensible enough for a believer to consider it credible. The sentimentality of Linda Goodman's Love Signs is exaggerated enough to be a "New Age Bobby Goldsboro song," as one third party put it. For instance, take this elucidation on the Sun signs of Peter and Wendy from Peter Pan: Peter was a Sun Sign Gemini--even though I use particular quotes of his to symbolize other signs in this book, a Sun Sign Gemini he was, who desired never to grow up, searching for something he never quite found, forever destined to be sure only of his own shadow, never of another human being—until, we trust, through eventual enlightenment, he learned at last the lesson of love. Wendy was clearly a Cancerian--motherly, possessive, gentle and imaginative, trying out her wings in a flight of fancy under the Full Moon, as Moon Maidens often do. No strong Sun Sign harmony between them, you see, so they quarreled now and then, and each heard a different drummer. Wendy ended up in the final chapter as nearly all Cancerians do, safe and secure. No matter how wistfully her heart longed to fly again, she chose home, marriage and children as her ultimate dreams; while Peter, like nearly all Geminis, continued his eternal search for a brighter rainbow, somewhere beyond...still obsessed by twin desires, longing to settle down with Wendy, yet longing just as fiercely to remain free—and true to himself (Goodman, 2). Imagine reading a thousand-page book full of paragraphs of this nature, and you have Linda Goodman's Love Signs summarized well. The book is organized by Sun sign combinations. All the combinations involving Aries go first, followed by the remaining combinations involving Taurus, then all the remaining combinations involving Gemini, and so on in this fashion. The first pairing we see is the Aries/Aries Relationship, followed immediately by Aries Woman/Aries Man. The next entry is the Aries/Taurus Relationship, which precedes Aries Woman/Taurus Man, which itself precedes Aries Man/Taurus Woman. Thus, the Pisces section contains a mere two entries: the Pisces/Pisces Relationship and Pisces Woman/Pisces Man. Strangely, unlike some erotic astrology books that dissuade the reader from starting a relationship with a member of a conflicting Sun sign, Goodman asserts that any pairing can be compatible; the two halves only need to undertake more work to understand each other. This interpretation is quite refreshing, and an approach that more occult books would do well to follow. Of course, it's likely that Goodman refused to let anything obstruct her "love conquers all" message, as is evident from the "Twelve Mysteries of Love" chapter that bridges the introduction and the relationship analyses. Sadly, this book falls prey to the persistent bugaboo of sexism. Linda Goodman's Sun Signs was a flagrant offender in this regard; the worst of it occurred in the "Taurus Man" and "Pisces Woman" sections. (If you own a copy of the book or know where to obtain one, take a moment to read the respective passages and then wonder how a woman could be so sexist as to write them.) Heteronormativity dogs astrology books consistently, which is not helped by the general assumption in works of the genre that the reader is a heterosexual woman. No book carries the bias quite to the extremes of this one, though. In this book's case, the heteronormativity and gender binarism sometimes combine with the sentimental writing style to produce passages such as this, from the Aries Woman/Aries Man section: This woman never failed to cry, as a child, when she read about the Prince charging bravely into the woods to find his Princess and awaken her from her lonely slumber with the kiss of True Love. (Aries females invariably get all soft and squishy inside at the mere thought of True Love, their idealism in affairs of the heart being as eternal as Spring itself.) But really now, dear Aries girl, when you're honest with yourself, would it all have been quite so magical if the fiery courageous Princess had come charging bravely into the woods on her horse to claim her Prince and rescue him from the Wicked Witch? The same meditation should be practiced on all the other faerie tales she still believes in, and dreams of every fortnight or so. Imagine dainty Cinderella, red-faced, puffing and perspiring, as she tried to shove a glass Hush-Puppy on her Prince's foot, to see if it fitted him. Mother Nature knows what she's doing. The Aries man-woman relationship will stand a better chance of success if she permits him to steal her Mars thunder (Goodman, 44-45). Plenty of women--Aries women in particular--would jump at the chance to take charge of rescue missions. In fact, anyone who has familiarized himself, herself, or itself with fairy tale canon knows that "fiery, courageous" heroines are a staple of folklore: the Goose Girl, Kate Crackernuts, the woman who saved the Sleeping Prince, Marjorie in "The Juniper Tree." But I guess they're simply "astrologically uninitiated" for failing to realize their true nature as dainty, gentle women who need princes to rescue them? (The Aries Man/Pisces Woman section is the worst offender in the Aries chapter. I will not quote it here because so much is wrong with it that I cannot possibly decide where to begin. Goodman herself acknowledges its perverseness.) In Goodman's world, there is one ideal relationship: gender-conforming man with gender-conforming woman. The closer one adheres to this Platonic form, the more attuned to nature one is. For further evidence of this misguided notion, see the penultimate paragraph of the Leo Woman/Leo Man section: According to Shakespeare himself [Goodman claims earlier in this section to have made contact with Shakespeare's ghost], after Petruchio had succeeded in taming Kate, the Lioness (with her Moon in Aries—or vice versa, same thing), into a gentle, submissive mate, who properly admired, appreciated, respected, and obeyed him, he allowed her to accept a part-time job* illuminating old books and manuscripts, a delicate and rare art. Later, after she'd passed that test, without returning to her old, domineering ways, he permitted her to design jewels for the ladies of Padua, as a full-time career. Eventually, she became quite famous and succeesful, which fretted her lover-husband not a whiffle or a trifle because, you see, she never disputed his masculine rights. She always came happily skipping, on-the-double, when her Lord and Master regally commanded, "Come here, and kiss me, Kate!" In a Confucian sense, she is correct. Acquiescence in a subordinate is the key to a successful unequal relationship: boss and employee, master and servant, teacher and student, parent and child--provided, of course, that the superior's behavior remains within reasonable bounds. (Should the superior overstep the boundaries, then that is his problem, not the subordinate's.) A wife, however, is not a subordinate, to dispute Confucianism itself. The idea that an aggressive woman can love a passive man or vice versa never enters this book. Healthy romantic relationships must be between equals, a concept apparently foreign to these pages. Yes, plenty of other sections (mainly those involving the Leo Woman, with the exception above) extol the "necessity" of a man being a servant to the woman instead of the reverse. But the notion that a romantic relationship between a master and a servant is unhealthy seems to elude this tome. Appealing to classic literature is one of Goodman's tactics; she also claims that a deeper understanding of the morals and metaphors in fairy tales would eliminate the need for psychiatric treatment. Apparently, she never read The Canterbury Tales. Then, after all the talk of properly adhering to Mother Nature's blueprints for men and women, Goodman makes such statements as this, from the Libra Man/Libra Woman section: Don't forget that Libra is a masculine sign, with a feminine ruler, Venus. No fair allowing one sex to take priority of mention over the other. Everything must be nicely balanced. The sense of poetry and beauty and harmony in Librans extends also to the equality of their relationship. It's clearly not "harmonious" to always name the man first—or place the male's wishes ahead of the female's. Just is just. Male chauvinism is just so...uncoordinated...so unpoetic. Don't you think? (Goodman, 655) So you see, Goodman never claims that women are inferior to men. She insists at every turn that the man must be in charge of a romantic relationship, though she never states it quite that explicitly. If it puzzles you that she repeatedly expresses support for the ERA, yet describes dominance as "masculine" and submission as "feminine," your reaction indicates not that you are blind to any strand of esoteric wisdom, but that you do not share Goodman's Victorian interpretations of gender. You see, to Goodman, virtually everything exists on a dichotomy. Characteristics are either masculine or feminine, and what characteristics are which depends on the way they have been seen traditionally. Thus, dominance, power, force, determination, stubbornness, and boldness are masculine; submission, gentleness, passivity, dependence, receptiveness, and nurturing are feminine. For this reason, Goodman heavily implies that Aries women are liberated because they are "masculine" and that Pisces women enjoy being submissive because they are "feminine." In this way, Linda Goodman's Love Signs reinforces gender polarization while promoting the women's rights movement. The world is not cast entirely in shades of gray. Sometimes black and white are indeed all that exist. Goodman's overwhelmingly polarized view of sexuality, however, is not conducive to a better understanding of what makes human relationships thrive. For all the criticism I've given this book, however, I will grant that it never becomes boring. Like Gone with the Wind (a book Goodman worshiped), Linda Goodman's Love Signs hovers at the thousand-page mark, but contains no dull moments. It's fascinating reading, for a variety of reasons.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Tine!

    Maybe it's just me, but I like this book, and I think it likes me, too. But wait - it can't just be me! I used to bring this around with me to classes and such, letting others flip to the pages corresponding to their current relationship-fixation and watching them intensely study whatever "fate" might be written there. In most cases, interested persons were already at least identified with their sun sign, and so you might say that I'm reviewing as and for biased parties, but MAN, Linda Goodman s Maybe it's just me, but I like this book, and I think it likes me, too. But wait - it can't just be me! I used to bring this around with me to classes and such, letting others flip to the pages corresponding to their current relationship-fixation and watching them intensely study whatever "fate" might be written there. In most cases, interested persons were already at least identified with their sun sign, and so you might say that I'm reviewing as and for biased parties, but MAN, Linda Goodman sure can pen down that flowery language for each sign as though she's been there before, and it impresses all those I've talked to. In some cases, I've seen this book produce tears. Without having to delve into the common issues with astrology, I would just have to say that Goodman presents her interpretation of sign-sign interaction thoroughly (and provides an optimistic bent for the general pessimistic prophecies some combinations inevitably produce) and is incredibly good at establishing an emotional connection across paper-and-ink barriers, which is probably what you're looking for if you pick up this book.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Hekates Lady

    This book is accurate in so many ways. I found it in my early 20's and I use it to this day - this would be a great astrological book to recomment to anyone who has been hesitant to buy one. This book is accurate in so many ways. I found it in my early 20's and I use it to this day - this would be a great astrological book to recomment to anyone who has been hesitant to buy one.

  7. 5 out of 5

    shapeofaflyingdeer

    Unanimity here. I've landed in five-star review land! This book has been claimed by half the world as 'the world's very own'. Elevates it to art then. Unanimity here. I've landed in five-star review land! This book has been claimed by half the world as 'the world's very own'. Elevates it to art then.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Diamond

    Linda Goodman is amazing. I can see why she is so widely referenced and exalted. Wow. Just, Wow. I never had so many insights in one book about myself and others close to me. Pairings that I actually had no personal interest in besides curiosity were just as illuminating as the ones I was eager to read (the combinations of myself and past relationships, for example). Really helpful also for those studying astrology (like myself) who are new to the study of astrology.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Jaclyn Goss

    Love this book!!! Love Linda goodman in general. She is a great astrologer, and really hits the spot most of the time. The book has general info on signs but goes further by explaining your relationship to other signs. The one flaw in this book, though you can read around it, is that it first gives a brief overview of say cancer pisces, then cancer man, pisces women, and then cancer woman pisces man. The disadvantage to this is when I want to know about same sex relationships, wether they be rom Love this book!!! Love Linda goodman in general. She is a great astrologer, and really hits the spot most of the time. The book has general info on signs but goes further by explaining your relationship to other signs. The one flaw in this book, though you can read around it, is that it first gives a brief overview of say cancer pisces, then cancer man, pisces women, and then cancer woman pisces man. The disadvantage to this is when I want to know about same sex relationships, wether they be romantic or non romantic you are stuck reading the much shorter overview. that being said, you can still see I rate this a five, and love it, and read it often. It's a great help in learning about my relations with others, in love, friendship, or family. I like that she does dialogue sections, because they really ass a lot of humor. I also like that her tone is loving of every sign and you couldn't really pick what her sign was without looking it up. I would recommend this book with two big thumbs up!!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Richa

    This was strictly okay. I mean, it is very interesting read in itself, but I would say that relationships undergo many dynamics and they can't be straight-jacketed... There are various things that influence our behaviour towards one another -- environment, our health, our circumstances, our finances, our mood, our genes, our upbringing... So, well, I wouldn't make this a Bible for people to refer to make out if their relationship would work or not... Having said that, there is no harm in reading This was strictly okay. I mean, it is very interesting read in itself, but I would say that relationships undergo many dynamics and they can't be straight-jacketed... There are various things that influence our behaviour towards one another -- environment, our health, our circumstances, our finances, our mood, our genes, our upbringing... So, well, I wouldn't make this a Bible for people to refer to make out if their relationship would work or not... Having said that, there is no harm in reading it as you are warned about some of the roadblocks you might face in your relationship journey. A good read. PS: I read only what was relevant to me at that point in time. I just gave a cursory glance to the other signs. By-and-by, I stopped doing that too.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer Lynne

    I have a really old edition of this book, and I use it every time I'm in the process of creating characters for my stories. The character traits for each star sign, and how they interact with each other, are absolutely fascinating and if I need increase the conflict b/w hero and heroine, I can use the star sign traits to assist. I'm a Leo and my partner is Aquarius - opposites on the karmic wheel. Linda's comments on this relationship are spot on. Love Signs is the only writing reference book I' I have a really old edition of this book, and I use it every time I'm in the process of creating characters for my stories. The character traits for each star sign, and how they interact with each other, are absolutely fascinating and if I need increase the conflict b/w hero and heroine, I can use the star sign traits to assist. I'm a Leo and my partner is Aquarius - opposites on the karmic wheel. Linda's comments on this relationship are spot on. Love Signs is the only writing reference book I've used consistently over the years. I love it!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Sarah

    I was maybe 14 or 15 when I pulled this off my mother's bookshelf. I found the chapter concerning myself and the boy I was in love with: Aquarius-Gemini. It was lovely. It was moving. It was true. It made reference to Peter Pan and The Little Prince, two books that would earn my enduring affection. I've since become skeptical of astrology. Perhaps I fear ridicule or just plain being wrong. Still, it's a significant book in my life. I'll honor the enchantment cast. I was maybe 14 or 15 when I pulled this off my mother's bookshelf. I found the chapter concerning myself and the boy I was in love with: Aquarius-Gemini. It was lovely. It was moving. It was true. It made reference to Peter Pan and The Little Prince, two books that would earn my enduring affection. I've since become skeptical of astrology. Perhaps I fear ridicule or just plain being wrong. Still, it's a significant book in my life. I'll honor the enchantment cast.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Eartha

    THE go-to book for relationships. Plus she's delves a little into the elements and gives a nice basic intro into how they work together. THE go-to book for relationships. Plus she's delves a little into the elements and gives a nice basic intro into how they work together.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Joanne Rock

    Great reference for romance writers... I like her take on how various personalities mesh or come into conflict. Helpful and inspiring for character creation.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Felisa Kay Chaloupek

    I found this book at a thrift store. And have used it consistently for years. I grew up hearing of zodiac signs and i can see traits . The book helped my interest. I started reading their sign and love sign.. To family and friends it helps all understanding there journey. Helps. something in it spoke to me. We are here to teach and we are here to learn.the karmatic wheel is always on plays away. making you going go through the sign again until get it. Some us get stuck doing another go until t i I found this book at a thrift store. And have used it consistently for years. I grew up hearing of zodiac signs and i can see traits . The book helped my interest. I started reading their sign and love sign.. To family and friends it helps all understanding there journey. Helps. something in it spoke to me. We are here to teach and we are here to learn.the karmatic wheel is always on plays away. making you going go through the sign again until get it. Some us get stuck doing another go until t it's mastered. sometimes when we don't learn the things we needed to the first try. We go again.. No sign is bad. .Or good. I think the message is good hopeful. she explains it in with wisdoms. And 8 apractical way to use the signs to get to know youself. I have highlighted i greatly and it's always by my bed. Have do and will continue to read it to everybody. My family, Young people and the couple section helps you learn the others sign with comparability. And that's just the stuff the is profound. I love it. Even in you think you know what zodiac is about.. give it a try. Its fun to read about yourself at the very least

  16. 5 out of 5

    Ganna Adel

    By far the longest astrology book I've ever read. I was reading it for work so I couldn't just read my sign and the signs of significant people in my life, I read the WHOLE THING. It's haunting. It sort of creates a preceptive dilemma since you start to see people in a new light and wonder, am I really connecting the dots in people's behavioral patterns and getting to know them better? or am I adding more filters to my already distorted perception of the truth of who we really are? Apart from that By far the longest astrology book I've ever read. I was reading it for work so I couldn't just read my sign and the signs of significant people in my life, I read the WHOLE THING. It's haunting. It sort of creates a preceptive dilemma since you start to see people in a new light and wonder, am I really connecting the dots in people's behavioral patterns and getting to know them better? or am I adding more filters to my already distorted perception of the truth of who we really are? Apart from that, *spoiler alert* the part that connects the soul's journey through the karmic wheel of birth and reincarnations to the astrological feats of each sign and their existential challenge/mission is really interesting. So is the concept of soul testing relationships and how they were designed for our souls to find its way back to the truth through the hardships of significant relationships. I probably wouldn't have gone through all of it if it weren't for work, but it's quite an eye-opener.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Rodeweeks

    I did not read through all of these more than a thousand pages but used it as a reference book by reading the parts directly relevant to myself and my family, as well as some of the appendixes. The book is an interesting example of Christian astrology and the author pleads with the Church (specifically the Roman Catholic Church) to make astrology acceptable. She is also an activist for astrobiology - something I have not read much about yet, but does sound worth it to read about. Like all astrol I did not read through all of these more than a thousand pages but used it as a reference book by reading the parts directly relevant to myself and my family, as well as some of the appendixes. The book is an interesting example of Christian astrology and the author pleads with the Church (specifically the Roman Catholic Church) to make astrology acceptable. She is also an activist for astrobiology - something I have not read much about yet, but does sound worth it to read about. Like all astrology books I find some parts remarkably accurate while others makes me wonder if I have the correct person in mind. Reading it in terms of relationships it did bring some interesting enlightened moments, realisations which I will apply in my own marriage. All in all not a bad book, just don't try to read absolutely everything.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Emmeline Joyce

    A must have for any lover of astrology! This book is my "bible". When I was younger and I was dating men, I would go to the star sign combination and have a read about the kind of relationship we would have... very spot on for me. Even if it's not about love you are enquiring about, Linda Goodman provides a thorough explanation of each star sign and what they are like as a child, woman and man. Funny amusing anecdotes are scattered through out the book giving examples of traits that certain star s A must have for any lover of astrology! This book is my "bible". When I was younger and I was dating men, I would go to the star sign combination and have a read about the kind of relationship we would have... very spot on for me. Even if it's not about love you are enquiring about, Linda Goodman provides a thorough explanation of each star sign and what they are like as a child, woman and man. Funny amusing anecdotes are scattered through out the book giving examples of traits that certain star signs tend to have and that rings true to me. Such a shame Linda goodman is no longer with us, she would be amazing to see in real life. I love this book!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Maoui Lenoir

    Dearest linda i've jade you're book for so so meny year's , and loved it , but i was only 20years old back then , I don't know wi after so menu year's I finally decided to take it out of the dust today , probablement ( sorry I'm French hihi) the stars we're aligne , widget last night on a falling star and for once I wichte for me , and my wish came trough? And today I took out you're book for the first time in meny meny year's, and to my grate surprise, 😀 you knew exaly what to say , you freek m Dearest linda i've jade you're book for so so meny year's , and loved it , but i was only 20years old back then , I don't know wi after so menu year's I finally decided to take it out of the dust today , probablement ( sorry I'm French hihi) the stars we're aligne , widget last night on a falling star and for once I wichte for me , and my wish came trough? And today I took out you're book for the first time in meny meny year's, and to my grate surprise, 😀 you knew exaly what to say , you freek me out , thank you ( Aries girl vergo men) I was about to dump him , and now no more , I'm going to fawlo my instinct , and keep on being my , thank you xxxxxxx forgot to say I'm 50 now

  20. 5 out of 5

    Alexis Cromer

    This book was bought at a thrift store as a gag gift. Because someone I was dating thought the idea of zodiac signs and horoscopes was a bunch of non sense. I challenged my self to read a bit and learn about the signs and relationship compatibility each month that year. This book was fun. but I’m no psych so weather any of this is true Is neither here nor there. Fun read if you’re into that stuff. I wouldn’t take the horoscope type of books as a life guide or anything just use your heart and min This book was bought at a thrift store as a gag gift. Because someone I was dating thought the idea of zodiac signs and horoscopes was a bunch of non sense. I challenged my self to read a bit and learn about the signs and relationship compatibility each month that year. This book was fun. but I’m no psych so weather any of this is true Is neither here nor there. Fun read if you’re into that stuff. I wouldn’t take the horoscope type of books as a life guide or anything just use your heart and mind and choose what feels best for you when it comes to love and relationships.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Madeline Rosenberger

    This book is pure nostalgia for me. My mom owned a retro copy. Bright fuschia with the lion and the lamb on the cover. The author utilizes personal accounts and excerpts from Peter Pan to describe various pairings among the zodiac. I wouldn't say I'm a strong believer in astrology, but her narration makes it fun to day dream about a potential love connection! This book is pure nostalgia for me. My mom owned a retro copy. Bright fuschia with the lion and the lamb on the cover. The author utilizes personal accounts and excerpts from Peter Pan to describe various pairings among the zodiac. I wouldn't say I'm a strong believer in astrology, but her narration makes it fun to day dream about a potential love connection!

  22. 5 out of 5

    MK

    My favourite astrology book, Linda Goodman takes a mystical approach to describing the signs and how they interact with each other. I bought this book 15 years ago and I still refer to it from time to time. I've found it to always be illuminating. My favourite astrology book, Linda Goodman takes a mystical approach to describing the signs and how they interact with each other. I bought this book 15 years ago and I still refer to it from time to time. I've found it to always be illuminating.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Clifford Onehundredd

    In my opinion this is probably the most accurate and most recommended Astrology book to read. Linda Goodman is a clairvoyant. The accuracy of the zodiac signs...I definitely enjoyed this book. It is my go to love signs.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Millie Calvin

    I’m very excited about a Scorpion man & would like to have some insight on how our relationship will develop. I’m a Pisces woman. I read Linda Goodman’s, Love Signs several years ago & would like to follow up on this new relationship.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Carlita

    This is the OG Astrology Compatibility Bible! I have gifted this book to several of my friends- it serves as a great reference for understanding and maintaining relationships between the different signs. Yes a bit outdated but the information is valuable and on point !

  26. 5 out of 5

    Denisse

    Great reference. Yes, it’s outdated and rather simplistic in that it focuses only on Sun signs, but it’s great nonetheless. It’s funny, too. Easy to read.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Cait Alunan

    honestly convinced everyone i've ever taken an interest in is now my soulmate thanks linda honestly convinced everyone i've ever taken an interest in is now my soulmate thanks linda

  28. 4 out of 5

    Sienna

    Funny, insightful, & rich with good advice (despite being heavy on the patriarchy). Goodman seems to be able to put herself in the mind of any sign.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Steven Miao

    wonderful book

  30. 5 out of 5

    Pritam Chattopadhyay

    An iconic book for me, personally. I learnt more about human emotions way back in 1998 from this tome than all of the psychology books that I'd later read as a scholar. An iconic book for me, personally. I learnt more about human emotions way back in 1998 from this tome than all of the psychology books that I'd later read as a scholar.

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