The Breach

Written by:
Patrick Lee
Narrated by:
Jeff Gurner

Unabridged Audiobook

Release Date
March 2010
8 hours 34 minutes
“Audacious and terrifying—and uncannily believable.”
—Lee Child

New 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 into the V.I.P. section of the thriller universe. A treat for Jack Bauer (“24”) fans and “X-Files” aficionados, it is a white-knuckle 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 agent/government conspiracy/supernatural adventure.
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On second book now

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Linda R.

Really loved this book and the narrator too. He reads so effortless and makes the story jump off the pages. Starts off slow but really picks up fast and exciting till the end. You will get into the characters and feel as if you have known them for ever.

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Lisa F.

Hum… this was a good book. They mayhem and bloodshed is intense. If you can get base that it is a really good story but it leaves you feeling a bit let down in the end. The twist is good but you feel kind of hopeless and little is truly resolved. I’d be interested to see where the next books take the reader and if there is hope.

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Gaynor C.

Thank you Audiobooks for suggesting this book - I really enjoyed it and have just purchased another Patrick Lee Book.

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Mary G.

I had read the book a few years back so to find it on was great!

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Good book. Read it a few years ago and just finished reading it again. As much fun as the first time! Great person reading it too. Fits what my mind thinks the characters should sound like.

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Anthony Smith

You get caught up in this one, that's for sure. If you liked Fringe, you'll probably like Breach. At the very end, I felt the science and main character, Travis, were both implausible, but didn't realize how much so during the book. The plot, science and characters are compelling and sweep you along for the ride. The ending is clever and unexpected, if unrealistic, so overall, it's a good book. It's also packed with violence, which the ending twist reveals as unnecessary, leaving you wondering what all that was about. Perhaps the second book explains more about why. I'll probably listen to it to find out...

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