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DOC ´ READER The Breach Å PATRICK LEE Å “Audacious and terrifying—and uncannily believable”—Lee ChildNew York Times bestselling author of the Jack Reacher series Lee Child was blown away by The Breach—and you will be too A novel of unrelenting suspense and nonstop surprises The Breach immediately rockets author Patrick Lee Uckle roller coaster ride that combines the best of Dean Koontz and Michael Crichton with a healthy dollop of Indiana Jones thrown into the mix the perfect secret agentgovernment conspiracysupernatural adventu I admit I'm a bit of a lit snob and typically don't like these action thrillers too much but the sheer audacity of this plot managed to overcome all my objections and by the end I was hooked Even though I muttered a few this is so stupid statements they were always followed by but I can't stop reading In the end I would even say I liked it The story is utterly implausible and ridiculous but you have to admit it's a pretty cool idea Imagine a unicorn with a machine gun instead of a horn that rides a polar bear made of fire and you get the drift I don't want to reveal anything about the plot that's how it was when I read it and I wouldn't want to spoil that experience Let me just say if you asked a 13 year old version of yourself to come up with the most awesome story ever it might look like this book It's not great writing but it's good enough Lee really keeps things moving and manages to put in enough twists to keep you off balance By the end I just had to smile and I would have given Lee a pat on the back if he was in the room Well done sir Well done

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Uspense and nonstop surprises The Breach immediately rockets author Patrick Lee into the VIP section of the thriller universe A treat for Jack Bauer “24” fans and “X Files” aficionados it is a white kn Just finished The Breach and the only thing I can say is that it was simply AWESOME A very uick and easy to follow read which I didn't exactly expect as I thought it'd be labyrinthine with too many hard to understand technoscifi jurgons And though there were never any shortage of scifi talk it was just as much to give reader a perfect headway of things and never went over the head First and foremost it is an action suspense novel and in that criteria it delivered in spades The story never lost its suspense steam and the pages were just flying themselves There were plenty of action too and the one thing that struck me most with the action seuences and the overall story was the shear UNPREDICTABILITY of it Yeah I know from the looks at the beginning where a tough ex con who was also an ex cop just happened to be there in the Alaskan wilderness when a plane crashed and was just the right man at the right time to save the day sounds pretty cliched and unoriginal but trust me nothing in this book just happened and everything had a reason The twists and turning of the situations are totally unpredictable that keeps you guessing literally till the very end It's hard to believe that this is Patrick Lee's very first novel as he never once faltered telling the story and drew the settings and situations so well that you could just visualize the whole thing in front of your eyes In my opinion he has everything it takes to make not just as a good author but a great one for whom I suspect I'll be waiting impatiently to read the next books in the future Alright another thing I'd say that in the end the whole story feels like only the introduction of a much bigger arc but on its own its still a very entertaining read and stands alone uite well I have to caution that while the story itself had a proper ending with necessary resolutions this is the first part of a trilogy as the story continued almost directly to the next So if anyone wants to start it be prepared for a 3 book read As I uite enjoyed The Breach I'm off to the next one Ghost Country and after that the finale Deep Sky

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The Breach“Audacious and terrifying and uncannily believable” Lee ChildNew York Times bestselling author of the Jack Reacher series Lee Child was blown away by The Breach and you will be too A novel of unrelenting s This was a totally fun but also ludicrous book The story has so many twists and turns especially at the end that after I finished I tried to puzzle out the loopiness Then I gave up trying to understand because the plot reuired so much suspension of disbelief that I might as well have been walking on airLet's go back to the fun part Travis Chase goes on what he thought would be a peaceful hike in the Alaskan wilderness One day he finds an airplane that had crashed in the woods He goes to try and help the victims but he finds a strange scene inside the plane It looks like some kind of government or military operation and there was a high ranking politician on board What did Travis just find And why wasn't there a rescue operation under wayThus begins a thrilling action packed adventure that continues until the last page Seriously this book was non stop action all the way to the end I've never said this before but I needed a little denouementThis was Patrick Lee's first novel and I picked it up because I had really enjoyed his 2014 thriller Runner His craft has improved since The Breach Aside from the loopy plot Lee has a writing tic that bugs me he overuses the word hell It seemed that every other page sometimes twice in the same paragraph had a variation of dangerous as hell sure as hell what the hell why the hell and exaggerated all to hell It's a lazy and cliched form of writing and once I noticed it it irritated me as hell Ha See what I did thereBut this was still an enjoyable read and just like Runner I gobbled it up in less than a day I plan on reading Patrick Lee books especially when I want a novel that's fun as hell