Destiny of the Queen (The Brajj 3)

Destiny of the Queen (The Brajj 3)

by Jacqueline Patricks

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Overview

Can a goddess find redemption? Can a soldier find purpose?

When you think all is lost,
When you believe life is meaningless,
Sometimes your destiny is revealed.

If you’re willing to see the signs,
And brave enough to fight,
Sometimes you can change worlds.

Rejoin Cass, Jeamon, Lewis, and Ta'mat as they deal
with the ramifications of Ta'mat's insanity and General
Neville's betrayal. The few Brajj remaining with Cass and
Jeamon are now under Dr. Saniya's control.

Meanwhile, a world away, Captain Lewis and Ta'mat
struggle with their strange bond inside his mind as they
unravel the mystery of their new circumstances. Where
did Ta'mat's wormhole transport them? Why? Is there
some greater destiny unfolding? Where does freewill
end and destiny begin?

THE STUNNING CONCLUSION TO THE BRAJJ TRILOGY!

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151986045
Publisher: Crazy Bird Publishing
Publication date: 03/31/2016
Series: Brajj
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 375 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

You don't read a JACQUELINE PATRICKS story, you EXPERIENCE IT! #whatsyourexperience Get a FREE copy of Dreams of the Queen Go to -- https://www.instafreebie.com/free/Ifk2o Nominated by The Author Show as Top Female Author 2017, PAN member of the Romance Writers Association, a staff writer for Art Houston magazine, a volunteer with Houston’s Writespace, and a winner of the Seal of Good Writing from the IndiePENdents for her first published novel, Dreams of the Queen, Jacqueline Patricks’ passion for writing began early in life. Before she published, however, Jacqueline traveled a winding path through the U.S. Army, college, over twenty years in 911 as a paramedic, professional teaching, and all the exciting adventures in between. She currently resides with her husband and four parrots and hopes to meet Mark Twain someday since he understands parrot people. “She was not quite what you would call refined. She was not quite what you would call unrefined. She was the kind of person that keeps a parrot.” – Mark Twain Jacqueline Patricks

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Destiny of the Queen 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
ReadersFavorite More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by J. Aislynn d Merricksson for Readers' Favorite Destiny of the Queen, third in the Brajj series by Jacqueline Patricks, concludes the entrancing tale of Cass Baros, Jeamon, and Captain Lewis. Through time untold, and across unfathomable distances, Captain Lewis and Ta’mat have been thrown into the future of the multiverse by an unstable wormhole. They end up in a future where space travel depends upon specialised engineers called SLEs, who control tethered wormholes. Unfortunately, their accidental arrival on the Fatum Reginae severely damages the gravity well, and kills both SLEs. Can they assist repairs, and return to where they belong? In order to do so, they must contend with the dangers of the virulent, corrupting Pax faith, and the fanatical 'true believers.’ Meanwhile, back on the Earth they left, the Brajj have been taken into custody, along with Cass, Jeamon, Mathews, and Lars. Ostensibly, this is to protect the Brajj and others by keeping them in a mandatory quarantine. Cass and her small group are kept in the same facility, though not under quarantine. In order to find Lewis and Ta’mat, Cass agrees to cooperate with Dr Saniya in the hopes of improving her own control of dark matter and energy. Not surprisingly, things are far from what they seem at this research facility. Can Cass find Lewis in time? Can the others free the Brajj and get them to safety? I loved this finale! It is rather different in tone from its predecessors. There was less pure viciousness seen here than in the prior books. Indeed, things felt playful at times. No need to give a graphic rape warning. I really enjoyed the banter between Ta’Mat and Lewis. It was truly touching how each had grown. We get a glimpse of more of the things that shaped each into who they are today, and who they want to be. As with the previous two books, there is a theme of interconnection. This wraps up some storylines, but it opens possibilities for the story to continue on, either along the same series, or as a spin-off. I've truly come to care about these characters and want to continue in their adventure. Highly recommended, especially if you are a fan of Dr Who or Stargate, or enjoy sci-fi that involves physics experiments gone awry.
JAislynn More than 1 year ago
*This book was reviewed via Lola’s Blog Tours Destiny of the Queen, third in the Brajj series by Jacqueline Patricks, concludes the entrancing tale of Cass Baros, Jeamon, and Captain Lewis. Through time untold, and across distance unfathomable, Captain Lewis and Ta’mat have been thrown into the future of the multiverse by an unstable wormhole. They end up in a future where space travel depends upon specialised engineers called SLEs, who control tethered wormholes. Unfortunately, their accidental arrival on the Fatum Reginae severely damages the gravity well, and kills both SLEs. Can they assist repairs, and return to where they belong? In order to do so, they must contend with the dangers of the virulent, corrupting Pax faith, and the fanatical 'true believers’. Meanwhile, back on the Earth they left, the Brajj have been taken into custody, along with Cass, Jeamon, Mathews, and Lars. Ostensibly, this is to protect the Brajj and others by keeping them in a mandatory quarantine. Cass and her small group are kept in the same facility, though not under quarantine. In order to find Lewis and Ta’mat, Cass agrees to cooperate with Dr Saniya in the hopes of improving her own control of dark matter and energy. Not surprisingly, things are far from what they seem at this research facility. Can Cass find Lewis in time? Can the others free the Brajj and get them to safety? I loved this finale! It is rather different in tone from its predecessors. There was less pure viciousness seen here than in the prior books. Indeed, things felt playful at times. No need to give a graphic rape warning. I really enjoyed the banter between Ta’Mat and Lewis. It was truly touching, how each had grown. We get a glimpse of more of the things that shaped each into who they are today, and who they want to be. As with the previous two books, there is a theme of interconnection. This wraps up some storylines, but it opens possibilities for the story to continue on, either along the same series, or as a spin-off. I've truly come to care about these characters and want to continue in their adventure. Highly recommended, especially if you are a fan of Dr Who or Stargate, or enjoy sci-fi that involves physics experiments gone awry.