Breach

Breach

by W.L. Goodwater

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Breach 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
PrimmLife More than 1 year ago
TL;DR Breach by W.L. Goodwater brings to the life the Cold War setting in this entertaining spy fantasy/thriller. The secrets of the Wall make for an excellent read. Highly recommended. Summary W.L. Goodwater’s Breach is an excellent, entertaining debut. Spies and magic vie to maintain peace set against the background of the Cold War. Balancing pace, character development, plot points, and information reveals, Breach delivers a hell of a read. This spy thriller crossed with a fantasy novel brings to life the tensions surrounding the Berlin Wall. It even features the fear of Soviet brainwashing. W.L. Goodwater is an author to watch. Excellent, entertaining debut. Highly recommended.
Linda romer More than 1 year ago
What a great story! I loved Breach, A new twist on The War, Germany, Britain, France, American. The wall, a magical wall. They are trying to stop World War lll from happening. An original plot with well thought out characters with genuine personalities. I loved Karen, Jim and Arthur. I enjoyed this Authors writing and am looking forward to his next book. I give Breach 5 stars for its original content and great story. I would recommend this book to everyone.
S_White_1218 More than 1 year ago
Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me a copy in exchange for an honest review. Breach was a wild ride. It took me a while to get into it, but I'm glad I pushed through the slow beginning (which could totally have been due to my currently-on-the-way-out-finally two month reading slump) and kept going. I read the last 70% in one sitting! This was a crazy fun alternate history historical fiction magical realism urban fantasy. It's set mostly in Europe, in the city of Berlin, after the War has torn the world (and the city) apart. Only the wall in this one is magical, impenetrable, and supposedly never coming down... until the "good guys" find a hole in the magic. Uh oh. They call for some magical support from their counterparts in the US, and the main character shows up on the scene. From there, it's a storm of spies, betrayals, magical twists, and fighting against pure evil. I'll say, it was highly entertaining with a dash of cliche. I'd probably pick up the next one, if there's a sequel, because it was fun. I do wish the magic had been a little more developed. But hey, after that ending, there's a chance for more. I'd say overall, good book with some great action, definitely worth a read if historical fiction with a paranormal/fantasy twist is your thing.