A unique read and stashed with some of the most creative world building I've ever encountered, "Zodiac" by Romina Russell is a book you don't want to miss. In the World of the Zodiac, your sign determines where you live, your personality, your looks, and your morals. Rho Grace, your typical 16-year-old who rocks playing the drums, lives on Cancer, a blue planet surrounded by water on all sides. One day, when she and her friends play in a concert, a huge "asteroid" supposedly destroys her home planet. With Cancer's guardian dead, Rho becomes the next Guardian because of her natural ability to "read the stars". But Rho starts seeing visions- visions of the legendary villain Ophicus and visions of a hidden thirteenth house. But as one of the youngest guardians in the galaxy and inexperienced at that, who would ever believe her wild stories? I would rate this book 4/5 stars because even though the plot was brilliant, I still felt that the character building needed some work; especially Rhoma Grace, who felt like an unreal, cliché character. Nonetheless, it is still a hard feat to be able to make a completely different world with different rules, physics, characteristics, etc, and at the same time be able to make the world very relatable to ours. I can't wait to read the sequel!