Saturday, June 16, 2012

The Bridge of Deaths review

Book Review of The Bridge of Deaths sponsored by Innovative Book Tour

Book Description

Follow Bill and Maggie in London 2010 as they explore the events of August 15th 1939. When at the brink of World War II, an English plane crashed and sunk in Danish waters. Five deaths were reported: two Standard Oil of New Jersey employees, a German Corporate Lawyer, an English member of Parliament, and a crew member for the airline. Bill and Maggie find a conceivable version of the events.

This is the way that the author described it :

The Bridge of Deaths is a cross genre. It has a huge historical, documented background, But it is as a reviewer so aptly wrote not "regurgitated History" I dug personally through archives and file and went to sources and found mistakes in history books, as well as explored an event that had never been properly documented. Another reviewer called it Casablanca with a touch of the modern.

I also used several psychics, and they through the use of psychometry told me "what they saw"...and as impossible as it sounds all their stories matched.

I also used documented past life regressions from a source who wishes to remain anonymous.

To tie it all together and make it a read and not a tedious history/paranormal lesson I created character's , one is a creative expression of myself she is lonely and obsessed, I am married, busy with a teenage son and this was a part of my life, but not the core of my existence.

So it has been called a Historical, Paranormal, Mystery, Romance. But it is first and foremost a "thinking" book.

Anyhow, once you become familiar with it, let me know how you think we should approach it

Further Tour Visits:

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7/20 Window on the World /Review & Give Away
7/20 A Chick Who Reads /Guest Post
7/20 The Book Hoard /Excerpt
7/20 A Date with A Book /Excerpt
7/25 Book Lovin' Mamas /Guest Post & Give Away
7/30 My Cozie Corner /Excerpt & Give away
7/30Lissette E. Manning /Guest Post

About the Author
M.C.V. Egan lives in South Florida with her husband and teenage son. She is fluent in four languages; English, Spanish, French and Swedish. From a young age became determined to solve the 'mystery' of her grandfather's death, she has researched this story for almost two decades. The story has taken her to Denmark, England and unconventional world of past lives and psychics. The author would like to thank Critical Past for the use of the British Airways LTD. Lockheed14 image above.

Book Review:

            This was an interesting book for the historical content and the conspiracy theory.  There was a lot of historical background, somewhat overwhelming at times.  Occasionally the historical content overwhelmed the pleasure of the story.  Indeed at times it reminded me the excessive information in Moby Dick.

            The basic story was excellent, but I got lost in the detail to the loss of the story.  I do think that much of the information could have been left out or presented differently and the story would have been improved.

            I give this story 3 out of 5 clouds.

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1 comment:

  1. I didn't realize Moby Dick had excessive information, of course I shamefully admit I have only seen the move *blush*