"Over the Bridge" was exactly what I thought it was going to be: a thriller with a slight supernatural element that made it very intriguing. It isn't the best horror story ever, but it can definitely give you a few chills and make you get into the story.
Story - A paranoid rich man (Nathan) is chased from his home by a noise in the night. After fleeing to the woods, he receives a call from a mysterious stranger warning him of the bridge located on his property. Nathan is told that he must quickly destroy the bridge before it brings death to him and many other people.
Writing Style - The story was very fast-paced and adrenaline-laced. It would be very hard to put this story down after starting it, because it draws you in from the beginning and doesn't let go. I really enjoyed the thrilling supernatural effect that the book gives off. There were a few typos to be found, but they weren't anything major. The ending isn't very definite and leaves a bit to be desired, but considering it's a such a quick read, it's a forgivable issue. There could have been a bit more character or setting development given to improve the overall story, as well, but it's really, for the most part, an excellent horror adventure.
Overall - I would definitely recommend this story to those who love a chilling supernatural tale filled with a lot of action throughout the story. There were a few things that could have been better about the story, but all in all, I really enjoyed this story.
Warnings - Terror, Language