Title: The Bridge of Deaths
Author: MCV Egan
Publisher: AuthorHouse Publishing
Pub. Date: 6/14/11
RATING: 3 ***
When I first started reading this book, I felt like the style was hard to read. This book is only 326 pages, but it felt very long, possibly due to the narrative style. The entire book was a good read in its entirety if you can manage to get through it. It was very non-fiction-y and fact filled, which is another thing that I did not enjoy, as this is not the type of book I normally read. (I dislike almost all nonfiction.) This book is more research with a story in-between. That being said, the plot was very good, and well-explained. I don’t want to spoil the ending, but if you make it to the end it makes reading this long and super documented book worthwhile. The fictional twist in the book was a good addition; I would not have liked any of the book without those fictional characters. You do feel the passion the author has when writing this. I think she researched it for years!
I would recommend this book to War Buffs and that’s about it. I think most people will have a hard time reading this and I would have given up after a few chapters, if I wasn’t reviewing it.