blezheng wrote:The Magical Lots of Zhuge Liang by Yujing He and Justin McNulty.
That sounds good actually.
I wanted to recommend Theodora Lau's Chinese Zodiac Signs, which has an I-Ching section at the end of each animal sign's chapter, in which the readings are worded for each of the 64 hexagrams according to the sign and character of the person doing the reading...*but* it's either out of print or was published elsewhere under another name. (Or both.)
My first I-Ching was the Wilhelm translation, with a foreword by Carl Jung, which I had in 1973.
I tend to use I-Ching online net nowadays. It does show the changes, whereas the Theodora Lau book just lists readings for the 64 hexagrams.