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Destiny of the Queen,

(The Brajj #3)

4.33  ·  Rating details ·  6 ratings  ·  6 reviews
The third and final book in the stunning Brajj Trilogy

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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 dea
Published January 2016 by Crazy Bird Publishing
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Jun 06, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I find myself having an internal dilemma. I cannot decide if Nightmares of the Queen or Destiny of the Queen is my favourite book in the Brajj trilogy. Both books were amazing for completely different reasons, and picking a favourite is hard. I’m going to settle for saying the entire trilogy is a knockout, thereby saving myself from becoming overly fixated on deciding upon a single favourite.

Destiny of the Queen picks up where Nightmares of the Queen left off. We’re instantly thrown into the sit
May 31, 2017 rated it really liked it
It’s hard to believe I started this series four years ago. It speaks to the quality of the story that this much time has passed since book two but I was able to jump in without the need for a refresher read. I was a bit worried before I started but I picked it up, started reading, and fell right back into it. Easy-peasy.

This final installment is almost like two stories in one. The first is that Ta’mat has embedded her consciousness into Cap’t Lewis’ mind, they went through a wormhole and bounced
Jun 21, 2014 rated it really liked it
This is a really satisfying and fast-paced finish to the epic story that began with Dreams of the Queen and continued in Nightmares of the Queen.

This volume opens just about exactly where the previous book left off, down to the minute. It follows several threads of the story involving the various characters. Much of the story concentrates on Lewis and Cass, as we'd expect from what came before. There are some surprising turns.

It's been quite a while since I read the previous two volumes (as one
Ashley Aponte
Jun 07, 2017 rated it it was amazing
After jumping through a wormhole to god knows where, Captain
Lewis and Ta'mat are faced with an unexpected situation. Meanwhile Cass and Jeamon are dealing with their own problems, trying to save themselves and the future of the Brajj.

This was a great ending to the series. In the first two books we learned about this new civilization on another world, watched the fall of a merciless ruler, the rise of a queen, and hope for her people. We read of a being who did everything she could to save her
J Aislynn d'Merricksson
Jun 10, 2017 rated it really liked it
*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
Jacqueline Patricks
"Amazing, entrancing and gripping with a captivating plot and intriguing prose. A strong conclusion to a really good triolgy. I loved it and would recommend it to everyone. The book was a 4 star read." Booklove Blog

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