Title: Queen of Dreams
Series: The Masks of Under #3
Author: Kathryn Ann Kingsley
Genre: Dark Adult Fantasy Romance
It was supposed to be the end of my story. But after Aon buried me in the Pool of the Ancients, I learned that Under wasn’t done with me yet.
Even though I escaped death the first time, there’s a prophecy predicting my demise, and it’s driving Aon mad. His desperation to protect me is dangerous, deadly, and I’m afraid of what he might do.
The void that threatens to destroy this world is receding, yet Under is still not safe. I can feel it in my blood, the warning that something terrible is coming. Something bigger and stronger than all of us.
But I am no longer the human girl merely fighting for survival. I’m different now, changed into something this world hasn’t seen in fifteen hundred years.
I am immortal, a queen of Under.
I am the Queen of Dreams.
Julia’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:
Soul crushing. Emotional. Heartbreaking. Twisted. Demented. How can one book produce all those emotions? I’ve no idea, but it did. I’ve been waiting on pins and needles for Queen Of Dreams. King Of Shadows left us in such a way, that we truly needed to know more. More we learned. More we witnessed. More pain. More love. More schemes. More everything.
Kathryn Ann Kingsley has created a world so unique and complex that sometimes it blows my mind. I LOVE the subtle hints of mythology she throws in Under. I love everything about this series. The writing and world keep me up late reading and wanting more. The characters are so complex and original. I’m lost in this world and loving every bit of this series.
Lydia has become what she feared. Yet she proves over and over why she was chosen to carry this burden. Aon must do all he can to protect Lydia, even if that means turning her against him. Edu is so blinded by hate and rage that he can see the facts staring at him in the face. I feel a war on the horizon, yet I’m scared what it means for each and everyone.
Queen Of Dreams went way above my expectations. I am already salivating for more. **I recommend reading these in order as they are NOT standalones**
Kat has always been a storyteller. With ten years in script-writing for performances on both the stage and for tourism, she has always been writing in one form or another. When she isn’t penning down fiction, she works as Creative Director for a company that designs and builds large-scale interactive adventure games. There, she is the lead concept designer, handling everything from game and set design, to audio and lighting, to illustration and script writing. Also on her list of skills are artistic direction, scenic painting and props, special effects, and electronics. A graduate of Boston University with a BFA in Theatre Design, she has a passion for unique, creative, and unconventional experiences. In her spare time, she builds animatronics and takes trapeze classes.