breachersTitle: Breachers
By: Anthony Thomas
Published By: Fiery Seas Publishing
Genre: Science Fiction
Publication Date: September 18, 2018

Note: I received a review copy from the publisher.

Jason Conners is the last person you’d expect to run into a burning building, unless of course there was something inside worth stealing. Call him what you want: criminal, thief, asshole, but hero? Absolutely not. Jason’s questionable behavior and disturbing antics can only be attributed to one secret.

He can change the future, but with great power comes great responsibility? Hell no. His ability makes him the best thief in the city, and nothing is off-limits. Until Jason’s carefree attitude gains the attention of the Rogues, and the government.

The Rogues want him to stop catastrophic events from taking place, and the government has their own agenda. When the hunt begins, Jason is caught in the cross hairs and learns that breaching is not as limitless as he thought.​

Can this anti-hero give up a life of easy money and become the savior the Rogues need, or will it cost him everything—even his immortality?

My Review:   I liked this book a lot. This is a fast-paced action-packed sci-fi filled with humor, wrapped in violence, and even contains a little romance.

Overall the story is well written. There is a good balance among all the different elements, such as the violence, humor, and action scenes. Each mix in well with the plots and subplots. The pacing could not have been better, and the story itself is interesting, and had my attention right from the get go.

I both loved and had issues with Jason as the main character; however, I use the word issues positively. I often read about the near perfect, or good protagonists, the ones that make all the right decisions, the ones that are loved from the beginning to end. This is not Jason by any means. Jason brings a different perspective to this book. I find myself rooting for him even though he is not the most innocent, and down to earth guy. Not everyone around us is perfect and we must learn to take the good and the bad sometimes. This is what I have done with Jason. Jason’s sometimes dark personality added to the story’s interest.

I loved Jason’s humor, and his loyalty to his dear friend. He acts tough, and pretends he does not have feelings, but we see through him when someone close to him is in trouble. The reactions Jason has to this, teaches the reader a lot about him. This is a nice touch to Jason’s rather harsh, and vulgar personality, and helps to balance him out.

Overall this is a great read. I rate this book four out of five stars on Good reads. I would not recommend this book to Teenagers. This is more of an Adult read, due to explicit language and violet scenes. If you are comfortable with this, then you will read this quickly, and not want to put it down, and you will also have a good laugh at the same time.






Anthony ThomasAbout the Author:

 Anthony Thomas settled in the city of sin, though part of him will always remain in the small farming town in Northern California. When he’s not hunched over a keyboard, Anthony enjoys spending time with his wife, daughter and two dogs.

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