Framing the Dialogue

The Breach

the breachRecently out of prison, Travis Chase, decides to leave his family behind and reset his life in the wilds of Alaska.  Alone in the wilderness on a camping trip Chase struggles with his decision;

“Up here, sometimes, he just wasn’t that guy anymore.  And damned if that sensation wasn’t getting stronger by the month.  All of that would end, the hour he set foot in his old world again.  For that reason, if for no other, he thought he knew which way he was leaning…he wandered to the drop-off overlooking the valley, its depths now revealed in the crystal air.  He stopped.  For a moment he could only stare, too disoriented even to blink.”

What he saw would change his life and draw him into a very strange world and put him at the center of an effort to save that very world.  In The Breach author Patrick Lee draws us to the breach, dazzles us with the objects that come from the void, and keeps us on the edge as we encounter the story’s twists and turns.

This is the first in a series of three (so far?) and really kept up the heat and my interest.  It is a very good action novel.

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