On Planetoid Three, Jaguar Addams enters the minds of criminals. She lives in the shadows of their fears . . . and chases them into the light. The followers of the Revelation Sect are preparing for the Second Coming. Stockpiles of weapons were found when federal agents stormed the home of the fanatical leader, Sardis Malocco. Now Jaguar must resort to using a virtual reality environment of Heaven to get to the root of Sardis's fear of God-before Revelation's zealots unleash their own apocalypse upon the world . . .
In this second installment of the series, Jaguar is still rehabilitating the prisoners on Planetoid Three with their fears. But this time, she needs to use the fears of the female cult leader of the Reveletion Sect. To achieve that, Jaguar must use a simulation of Heaven to find the root of the leader's deepest fears. With a riveting storyline, compelling characters and a dark, unique world. The Fear of God is a great addition to the series. I felt that the Jaguar's character grew in this book and hope to see her in another novel. Science fiction and urban Fantasy fans will enjoy this series! Write faster Barbara!
BARBARA CHEPAITIS is author of 7 published novels, including the critically acclaimed Feeding Christine and These Dreams, as well as the sci-fi series featuring Jaguar Addams. The fourth novel in that series, A Lunatic Fear was a finalist for a Romantic Times Bookclub award. Her first nonfiction book, Feathers of Hope, came out through SUNY Press in July.
She has optioned two scripts, and has recently been awarded a seed grant to develop a documentary titled Making Peace.
She is founder and director of the storytelling trio The Snickering Witches, and faculty with Western College of Colorado’s MFA program in creative writing.
You can visit B.A. Chepatis’ Facebook page and the Facebook page for Jaguar Addams and the Fear Series.
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