In Romina Russell’s Zodiac series, your sign is not defined by when you are born, but rather where you are born, so your Zodiac sign is more like your nationality. Romina gave us the inside scoop on some little known facts about each of the Twelve Houses of the Zodiac!
When warriors of House Aries die, their bodies are burned in the Everblaze (a fire that’s never gone out) so their souls can rise to Helios.
Taurians use their Blotters to award Star-Stock to people + businesses in the Star-Stock Market, ensuring consumers have all the power.
At the Geminin Zodai Academy, each Acolyte designs her own curriculum based on what she’d like to learn and who she’d like to become.
House Cancer is a Matriarchal society where women run the household, women write the laws, and women make the first move.
When Leonines turn twelve, they embark on a walkabout through the Nine Prides of House Leo to discover where they belong.
On House Virgo, writers always self-publish their books on their Perfectionaries, + for every typo/error, the price gets discounted.
After a 12-yr-old Libran has her Scan surgically implanted, it’s tradition for her parents to take her out for a Cold Cream Cloud*.
Scorps travel less than anyone in the Zodiac; almost 90% of Scorps have never left their own constellation.
Every structure on House Sagittarius is covered in holographic graffiti that can’t be erased but fades on its own over time.
Tierre is the largest inhabited planet in the Zodiac, so a day on House Capricorn lasts longer than anywhere else.
Aquarians harvest invisible ice from their moons that’s cold enough not to melt + use it to build their most important structures.
There are no gender roles on House Pisces: Piscenes consider the body a vessel for the soul + pay little attention to physical attributes.
*Cold Cream Clouds come in every flavor; it’s ice cream that has the texture of cotton candy!
Thirteen Rising, the final installment in the Zodiac series, is on sale August 29. Pre-order your copy here!