The Intergalactic Adventures of Queen Bea - Jeanne Gransee Barker
Too often in the urban fantasy genre, the ‘discovery of real identity’ trope is concluded too easily; often, within a few chapters, the protagonist has shrugged, accepted their lot and gone off to fight the bad guys. Thankfully, in the wonderful ‘The Intergalactic Adventures of Queen Bea’ we’re treated to a realistic portrayal of out-and-out denial about the main character’s situation, and it’s a refreshing joy.

‘The Intergalactic Adventures Of Queen Bea’ is the first in a series, and although it doesn’t end on a complete cliffhanger, there’s certainly enough left unresolved to warrant more books, and I’m really excited to see what happens next.

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