Breach Point was a cool read! Steve Spatucci, an author I met on Instagram, has talent. Breach Point, a Supernatural Thriller is about a girl on an adventure. Clare Tuffney is an official intern for Fogelsang, an architectural firm and she's staying the summer with her Aunt Maureen. She's hours away from home, where she left behind a relationship/friendship disaster and a mother she isn't seeing eye to eye with. Thankfully, she's met a guy friend who seems worth the attention, along with a ghostly mystery.
Breach Point reads like a grown up Scooby-Doo episode. From doing research to finding small clues, I want to shout out "Jinkies" once or twice! I liked it, so let's kick it off with with some story aspects, then a few particulars, ending with the supernatural aspect.
The story is perfect for YA readers and it's a fast read. I'd definitely let my son read it. I finished the book in two days, and that's with me reading other books, as always. I have to admit, it was a bit slow at first. I think I was on page
seventy-eight by the time story really got moving and then the supernatural kicked in a few chapters from there. I held on because development was there and I'm glad I did. On to the particulars.
While the town and many of its occupants were described in wonderful detail, Clare's physical attributes were not. Other than the book cover, I don't really know what she looks like, but I'd know Uncle Kevin and his gut, or Nicholas if in a movie. The lack of some details didn't hurt the story, especially if you're like me and can easily insert your face over others to dive into the story. There is a middle ground many miss, Breach Point wasn't far from it and that's awesome when it comes to those tidbits.
Lastly, there's the best part of all, the supernatural! I'm all for ghosts, wraiths, monsters and more. This story was more mysterious than supernatural to me. There are instances that could even be dubbed magical almost, but it was along the lines of ghostly. I enjoyed the story- it was nicely written and see me adding it to our school year's reading list. I'd happily referBreach Point to my younger, YA readers!
Off to the next book! 📚
Rating: 👓👓👓👓/5 specs
* Horde is next.
**Book provided by author, Steve Spatucci for an honest review.
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