If you like chocolate, you'll know the feeling of tasting an exquisite chocolatethat pleases every taste bud in your mouth and has you pining for more once theflavour fades... The Bridge is like that, only with words. It is balanced andwell written and is a delight to the senses. There is something beautifullysymbolic about it that will give readers different experiences to take away, andthey will find themselves reflecting on the meanings and the intent of theauthor...or maybe it was just a good telling of a story. A good book clubcontender for readers to enjoy and discuss. Lea Owens, Amazon Reviewer
It is a story of hope - where none existed or should have existed.
Love - andgiving of the little you have to make another persons life worth living.
Itis a picture of China - and the hopelessness for some, and the heart that stillbeats.O. Scarlett! Reviews
From the Author
There are some moments in your life that stay with youforever. The boy in this story was a part of one of those times. If I close myeyes, I can still see the curve of his brown, rounded cheek and the flutter ofhis eye lashes with each emotion he felt.
His chubby hands, wrapped around the rails of a child's bed, clutchedtightly to protect himself from the unknown and dark world around him. I think that when I am old and gray, I will still think of thisboy, and hope that somehow in some place, he found the family he needed and thepeace he deserved.