Nightmares of the Queen

Book Two of The Brajj Trilogy

Fiction - Science Fiction
273 Pages
Reviewed on 08/03/2014
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As a teen, writing became my passion, and like most aspiring writers, my work was terrible, immature, cliched drivel. I enlisted in the Army, attended college for my creative writing degree, became a paramedic for twenty years (one of the few at the time with a degree), then switched careers into IT. Crazy, huh? Throughout my life, I've traveled far and pushed myself hard, striving to try almost anything at least once (except skydiving unless the plane is on fire).

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    Book Review

Reviewed by Mamta Madhavan for Readers' Favorite

Nightmares of the Queen by Jacqueline Patricks is an adventure story with a sci-fi plot that will take readers on a fun ride. The story takes off from where the first book ended. This second book of the Brajj trilogy reveals the mysteries of the Brajj, when Captain Lewis and his remaining soldiers return home to more deceit and treachery. Dr. Cass Baros is possessed and she is fighting for the control of her own body. She is still trying to figure out why she is married to Julian. Jeamon is still trying to figure out what has happened to Cass and why she is behaving weirdly. He feels she is not the same person he knows. Ta’mat is the one possessing Cass and the story sees Cass, Jeamon, Ta’mat and Lewis all trapped in a vicious cycle of unhealthy circumstances over which they have no control. Each one now plays their own part and they crave for more than what they have.

The author has woven a compelling plot masterfully with twists and turns that will keep readers glued to the book. The story is action packed and the developments of the characters are noteworthy as the story progresses. The author has created a world which is beyond our imagination. It is a mesmerizing tale of adventure, deceit, love and emotional upheavals. I enjoyed the story because the plot is original and unique, and very visual and refreshing. There is loads of action, power struggles and romance which make the book exciting to all readers.