Wednesday, February 27, 2013

The Bridge of Deaths review!

Title: The Bridge of Deaths

Author: M.C.V. Egan

Publisher: Authorhouse

Format: PDF from the author for an honest review, pages 358

Rating: 4 stars

Review: The book followed a solid story line of a couple in London meeting a woman in Florida by Skype and piecing together the details of an airplane crash that led to the beginning of WWII. Knowing that the book was intended to be more truth than fiction the author did an amazing amount of research and documentation. Just because I like to try to piece together stories before it’s told to me I became overwhelmed with the amount of facts; however, I feel like the women in the story were too, which is why they finally let Bill tell the story as it happened through a past life regression and came up with as many documents and files as possible to explain the possibility of what Bill revealed with traditional sources. The time period and concept behind the story is what drew me in.  I really enjoyed the photocopies of documents like telegrams, a picture, and death certificate. I would recommend this book to mature, well-educated reader that has the time and patience to read through the facts and reach the end.

The website has additional pics of the plane (listed under Why Brake a Window under Book) as well as clearer pics of the images found in the book (under Images). The pictures really bring the book to life!

1 comment:

  1. THANK-YOU! I really enjoyed your review! You can find all the images of the telegrams and a bit more at
    Thanks for my four stars OH HAPPY DAY!

    M.C.V. Egan