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Blog Tour & Review: Breachers by Anthony Thomas


By Anthony Thomas

Fiery Seas Publishing

Science Fiction

September 18, 2018

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 crosshairs 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?







Breachers, the debut from Anthony Thomas. It’s anything but boring. Jason has lived his life pretty much solo. He has an ability that he’s not sure where it came from or why he even has it. But to him it’s breaching, always escaping death and rewinding history, just a little bit. Jason is one of those characters that you love but annoys you. In the beginning, he’s always dying. I’m like dude, stop. He also never listens to anyone’s advice or anyone telling him what to do. Maybe because he’s been on his own for so long, he has to think only about him. Now thank goodness for his friend Wilson, I enjoyed him. I don’t want to write this review and give everything away. There’s a lot that happens in this story and a lot that happens with Jason. Breachers is a Sci-Fi tale that is unique and fresh. That will have you reading and not wanting to stop. You need to know what happens to Jason.

Overall, Four Boundless Stars.

About 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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