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    Though Provoking

    The first book of the series introduced us to a wonderfully constructed world that gave life to astrology in ways I could have never imagined and in the second book it does not disappoint with deeper looks into these worlds and cultures. After that ending to this last book, our girl Rhoma's feeling the emotional blues times eleven, but with a little help from a cast of dynamic friends, a renewed mission, some help from an unlikely ally and wisdom from her fellow Houses, Rho gets swept on a soul searching adventure and brings the fate of the Zodiac along for the ride. while trying to save the Zodiac from destruction she unlocks its deeper secrets and learns that the world is less black and white than she imagined. Like i said I love this story for its inventive concept and suspenseful plot twists. Getting a deeper look into the philosophies of the different houses was a real treat and I was even more excited about the new layer that the Marad and Risers brought to the game. The message behind the Risers hits so close to the issues we're facing in the real world and the message being presented is too beautiful to miss. I was not happy with the romance this time around. I just felt like there was too much push and pull and not enough decisive moves. Every time we made progress we took 3 steps back.Frustrating. Hopefully in the next book we can focus on unlocking the Marad and the 13th House's secrets and less of Rho's love life. I can't wait for the next one.
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    A Wonderful Sequel to Zodiac

    There are a lot of things that I really enjoyed about this book, but two things in particular that I absolutely loved. First, this is a second book in a series that is actually BETTER than the first! So often second books can feel like a stepping stone from one book to the next, but WANDERING STAR definitely has its own very important and very fascinating plot. And second, the villain in this story is UH-MAZ-ING! They are mysterious, completely unpredictable, and their influence has spread throughout the Galaxy, making it impossible to know which characters you can trust and which ones you cannot. Rho is such a fascinating character. She has this tremendous inner-strength, but at the same time she is plagued by these doubts and insecurities that make her read very authentically like an actual young adult. The stakes in this story are literally life and death, and the pacing keeps you on the edge of your seat. The setting is absolutely stunning. I could spend days on Pinterest creating mood boards for these books. I also really love how the strengths of other Zodiac Houses are explored further here. I love that the premise of this series is based around astrology. It's such a fun and creative idea, and I love exploring it through these books.

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