Breach Point: A Supernatural Thriller by Steve Spatucci

Book Review #40

* I received this book in an exchange for an honest review.  

 
My rating: 5/5

Goodreads Description 

When high school sophomore Clara Tuffney is hired for a summer internship at an engineering firm, she accepts an invitation to live with her Aunt Maureen in the quiet seaside town of Breach Point, New Jersey.

Soon after arriving, Clara learns of the infamous Breach Point Castle, a haunted attraction that once stood on the town’s busy amusement pier. While searching out the Castle’s former location, Clara befriends Nicholas, a shy local boy. Nicholas introduces Clara to his Uncle Kevin who, along with his friends, worked at the Castle during its prime.

Through Nicholas, Clara discovers that the Castle burned down in a mysterious fire in the early 1980s. She also learns of a local legend – a boy named Eric, rumored to have possessed supernatural powers, was killed in the fire – though many doubt that he actually died. Some of the town’s residents even believe that Eric has returned to Breach Point in the form of a malevolent spirit – a story Kevin sternly cautions Clara against believing. 

Clara’s curious nature soon brings her closer to finding out the secret behind what really happened to the Castle and to Eric – though her search for answers places herself, Aunt Maureen, and Nicholas directly in the path of a danger she does not fully understand. 

My Review

  • This book is captivating and unputdownable. 
  • I love how the story uplifts gradually towards the climax of the entire book. 
  • The fact that the story is molded with a castle’s burning history and the author – twists it up with supernatural abilities is over the top. 
  • All the characters are fitting to the whole plotline in its own Breach Point way. 
  • And also, it does not end here. Clara’s story does not end here. It’s only the beginning of more to come.  
  • Highly recommended. 
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