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Complete Horoscope 2020 - Monthly Astrological Forecasts for Every Zodiac Sign for 2020 - cover

Complete Horoscope 2020 - Monthly Astrological Forecasts for Every Zodiac Sign for 2020

Tatiana Borsch

Publisher: Tatiana Borsch

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In the second English edition of her popular annual horoscope series, leading Russian astrologer Tatiana Borsch shares with you her forecasts on major everyday issues; career and business, finances, family and romantic relationships and health.
 
In her look ahead to 2020, Borsch includes a general forecast for each sign of the Zodiac and a detailed monthly forecast that helps you to recognize auspicious occasions, to seize good luck, to avoid trouble and resolve conflicts, to organize personal affairs and to achieve professional success. Also included is a Zodiac compatibility guide to help you with relationships that are happy and not so happy. This complete 2020 Horoscope features guidance from the astrologer and gives you an insight into what lies in store for you in the turbulent year of the metal rat.
 
ABOUT THE AUTHORTatiana Borsch is a well-known Russian astrologer and the author of twenty-eight astrological almanacs and horoscopes. She has prepared a general forecast for each sign of the Zodiac every year since1992. She currently lives and works in Moscow where she writes astrological columns for popular Russian publications and is the founder and director of the AstraArt television company.

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