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Queen's Catacombs

Queen's Catacombs

By Jordan H. Bartlett
Categories: Young Adult Fiction, General, Girls & Women, Adaptations
Series: The Frean Chronicles
Imprint: CamCat Books
Audiobook (Unabridged edition) : 9780744307863, March 2023
Hardcover : 9780744307764, 416 pages, March 2023
Ebook (EPUB) : 9780744307818, March 2023
Paperback (Large print edition) : 9780744307986, 600 pages, March 2023
Paperback : 9780744307788, 416 pages, March 2024

After winning the crown, Jacs learns that being queen is in title alone when the Council uses their leverage to control her. But she soon uncovers a much darker truth from the Queendom’s past that will forever change its future.


Winning the crown was only the beginning.

Jacs, now the rightful Queen of Frea, seems to be Queen in title alone. She scrambles to learn the customs and traditions of a Realm she had only read about in books. The Council of Four have her firmly under their thumb, and their ideas for the Queendom are oppressive and outdated. Their knowledge of her mother and Master Leschi’s whereabouts is the only leverage they need to make the new Queen dance to their tune.

Jacs is determined to find those who were taken from her and do what’s right for her Queendom. But in her search for answers, Jacs uncovers a much darker truth from the Queendom’s past that will forever change its future.


Queen’s Catacombs is an exciting sequel to The Frean Chronicles offering us a fierce matriarch whose belief in herself and determination captures readers and gives us hope for our own Upper Realm-led world. Jacs is the relatable hero we all need, and the endearing ensemble transports us into their world offering adventure, intrigue, and a cliffhanger that will have you generating conspiracy theories with your book club.” —Nicoletta Romano, University Canada West Library

“Wonderfully imaginative and lusciously descriptive. Jacs and the perils of saving her Queendom will have you hooked to your seat for hours!” —PeakBookReviews

“Featuring a multinarrative structure, compelling female characters, intriguing magic, and the politics of an unjust matriarchal society, this sequel follows Jacs’ ongoing journey toward empowerment . . .” Kirkus Reviews

Queen's Catacombs is a complex sequel with engaging characters, plot twists, mysteries, and romance.” —YA Books Central