Thursday, February 21, 2013

And then there are days like this

A Review of Patrick Lee's Breach Trilogy
By guest reviewer
Andrew Salmon
In these days of overhyped, over-marketed, multi-volume mega-series, it's hard to find a series of novels that truly justifies their existence. It's all about branding and stretching stories out to 1000s of pages for purely economic reasons is, sadly, the norm these days.

Patrick Lee's incredible Breach trilogy is the exception to the rule.

In three of the best edge-of-your-seat thrill rides this reader has ever had the pleasure to read, Lee gives us a New Pulp trilogy for the ages. The novels are The Breach, Ghost Country and Deep Sky and all three are lean, mean, thrill machines you do not want to miss.

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or, join me in dancing:


Chris Desson said...

Sounds like my type of series-- Mystery- driven. I like it! And although you can't see me, I'm dancing. :D

Janet Reid said...

Nice dip!

french sojourn said...

Yep, real good review. Right up my alley as well.
Going to order for my Kindle. Now!

Cheers Hank

Unknown said...

I'm dancing, because I enjoyed these books and thought they were well written as well as interesting and fresh. I gnashed my teeth at the end of the 3rd volume but saw no other way for the story to end.

Terri Lynn Coop said...

The reviewer is just telling me something I already knew . . . that sharks can dance. (WTG Patrick, I love your books)


lucidkim said...

I read these last year - a friend of mine recommended them so I downloaded them onto the Kindle. Loved all three of them. Great storytelling, I could see everything in my head as if I was watching a movie (and they would make GREAT movies). k