Monday, January 11, 2010

Review: Crossing the Bridge by Michael Baron



Crossing the Bridge by Michael Baron

Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
Publisher: Story Plant, The (January 5, 2010)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0981956815
ISBN-13: 978-0981956817
Rating: 4/5

Synopsis: Hugh Penders has been stuck in neutral for nearly a decade since his brother Chase died in a car accident. He carries with him two secrets that he has never been able to share with anyone: that he believes he might have been able to prevent the accident, and that he was deeply in love with Chase's girlfriend, Iris.

Review: This was a heartwarming story of love, loss, renewal, and forgiveness. I really enjoyed reading Iris and Hugh's story and felt the writing just flowed perfectly off the pages. I have never really liked books that keep jumping back and forth from one time period to another because it gets confusing but Mr.Baron has done a remarkable job of making the transition work in this book.

I recommend this book to anybody that is searching for something a little more than just your ordinary love story.

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2 comments:

Stephanie aka The Stark Raving Bibliophile said...

This novel sounds promising! Thank you for the review.

Sharon said...

I don't read much in the way of love stories, but this sounds like oue I would like. I enjoyed the authour post below!