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Read the science fiction trilogy from the nominee for Top Female Author of 2017 by The Author Show. 

Awarded the IndiePENdent’s Seal of Good Writing, Dreams of the Queen is the first book in The Brajj Trilogy, a multi-genre, psychological, sci-fi thriller by Jacqueline Patricks. 

Nightmares of the Queen: The Sci-Fi Brajj Trilogy Book 2 

Deceived by a World Full of Mysteries, Betrayed by Friends and Allies, Trapped by Enemies Within and Without. The Shocking Adventure Continues! 

On the other side of the wormhole, Dr. Cass Baros discovered truth, love, and unimaginable evil on the Brajj world. Can she overcome her challenges? At her side, Jeamon continues to fight for the Brajj’s survival unaware of that their love will be tested by betrayal and deceit. How will he become the leader they need? Captain Lewis and his Spec Op team returned home with heavy hearts to be tested with more treachery. Will his strength be enough? 

Tamat - who wields the greatest power in the multiverse - needs their help. What does she want? Cass, Jeamon, Lewis, and T'amat are all trapped by circumstances beyond their control, created by their choices. Each want more than they have. Each have their part to play in the game of...Ultimate Power.

©2014 Heather Mewis (P)2021 Heather Mewis

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  • Shanna Tidwell
  • 18-05-21

Craziness continues

Cass a& Tamat are both in it to win it. Lol
Who will succeed in their mental power struggle. Lewis is an unwilling pawn in the game. Interdenominational alternate earth realities collide.
Narration by Skyler Morgan was excellent.
I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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  • Kyle
  • 12-04-21

A solid follow up to the first book

This is a trilogy that I would have probably overlooked, but I got a free copy of the audiobook from the narrator. The first book was surprisingly solid and an unexpected pleasure. This sequel was also very solid, although I preferred the story in the first book slightly better.

The plot in this book follows more along the lines of a near future military thriller, which is a subgenre I enjoy. It is well written, and the characters are mostly enjoyable and believeable, well except for the antagonist who is a melodramatic bitch, but as that is clearly by design, solid character writing. The book still features a couple of rape scenes, but I felt they were less intense than in the first book.

Overall, the things I like about this book, and the last book is the way the author blends a traditional sungenre with its tropes, but still manages to introduce unique ideas to give the story something new. In this book one of those ideas is that when the humans were returned to earth at the end of the prior book, well they weren't returned to their original earth, they were returned to a slightly parallel earth. Oops! They have been spending their time since then dealing with that. It's almost a horror element, being returned to an earth that is close to yours, but not exactly, and then having to deal with a seemingly omnipotent force that is trying to invade.

Overall, I liked it and have already purchased the audiobook for the third book and am starting it now. As for the audiobook version, I think it is even better than the first one, Skylar does a very solid job and I can't wait to hear more from him.