Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Review Queens are Wild by Jack Chaucer

"Queens are Wild"
Author: Jack Chaucer
Genre: Sci-fi Thriller
Pages: 250
Source: Author in exchange for a honest review.
Published: July 17, 2012
Author's Website

Buy Links: Amazon

Goodreads Blurb:
.Margeaux Quigley has it all: the eyes of every guy in her senior class, a full scholarship to Stanford thanks to her soccer skills … and the seat as Commander in Chief of the United States in 2036?! Margeaux finds herself being dragged through a deadly chess game from 1984 to the future where her presidential self has been kidnapped by a tycoon who wants to rule the world. She must find a way to checkmate him.

My Review:
A very thrilling, chilling, unpredictable, exciting and original read by Jack Chaucer. Expect the unexpected with this one. It’s what you’re going to get and it’s AWESOME! Any fan of the genre or any readers out there looking for something new & different will enjoy their time spent with Queens are Wild!

Margeaux is a 17 years old female whose world gets turned upside down, inside out and sideways one day while in school. Finding herself in trouble for no other reason than being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Then having to attend the most unusual detention ever. She eventually finds herself in quite a few sticky situations. Oh and in a complete different time!

While this story does not contain any actual sexual acts. It does contain mature language and situations best suited for those over 17. All in all it’s a great story for a first put out there by Jack! I look forward to more from this author. I have a feeling he’s going to create some greats!

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