Dark Nebula by W.J. May – Book Review

The Chronicles of Kerrigan – Book 2

Pages: 284
Genre: Paranormal Fantasy, Young Adult/New Adult, Romance
Buy it: Amazon


(From Goodreads)

Nothing is as it seems anymore.
Leery from the horrifying incident at the end of her first year at Guilder Boarding School, Rae Kerrigan is determined to learn more about her new tattoo. Her expectations are high, an easy senior year and a happy reunion with Devon, the boy she’s not supposed to date. All hopes of happiness turn into shattered dreams the moment she steps back on campus.

Lies and secrets are everywhere, and a betrayal cuts Rae deeply. Among her conflicts and enemies, it appears as if her father is reaching out from beyond the grave to ruin her life. With no one to trust, Rae doesn’t know where or who to turn to for help.

Has her destiny been written? Or will she become the one thing she hates the most—her father’s prodigy.

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Rating: 4 out of 5.

My Thoughts

I still enjoyed the writing style of May. You can read more details from my review of her first book called Rae of Hope. I won’t be repeating certain things and you can go read them there if you haven’t done so already. Just a note…this book also has a few spelling and grammar errors that need to be attended to. Due to me reading the book as a carry on from the first one, I was immediately committed to the story as I wanted to know what’s happening. This is story is fast paced and you have to keep up but I enjoyed it and was riveted from the get-go.

Just like with the first book in the series, I did enjoy the storyline which has fantasy, action, romance and comedy all in there. Sometimes I’m surprised by the bad guy but sometimes I guessed it. Although, it may only be because I’m an author and I know the rules of suspense. Just like with Rae of Hope, I was kept guessing a lot of the time. I struggled to put the book down because I wanted to know what happens next.

The dialogue was still enjoyable and easy to follow. I liked the intricacies of the dialogue and the accuracy of when someone is cut off or how teenagers talk. It is well done. Kraigan was the new character to the story and I didn’t really like him from the beginning and I also had a hunch that he was the bad guy. He was a good character though and played his part well. This is book 2 of a 12 book series. Most of the storylines are brought to a conclusion at the end of the book but there are some that run into the next book. This series is quite long. I hope I don’t get bored with it after six books like some other series’ because it feels like the author is reaching.

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