I love author, Camron Wright’s books, and this one is no exception. It is well written, humorous at times, emotional and heartfelt. It’s an inspiring story filled with warmth—a story I wanted to savor and make last—yet I had difficulty putting it down for another day.
The Other Side of the Bridge is written from two different perspectives, two different voices, from different sides of the bridge. It quickly pulled me in and made me root for the characters. I assumed I had the book figured out from the beginning, but was pleasantly surprised by the ending, still wanting more. This book is thought provoking and will especially be relatable to anyone who has suffered the loss of a loved one or been disappointed by life. If you ponder it’s lessons it will even give you a glimpse of eternity!
“Courageous men are not fearless men, but those who climb despite [their] fear [are]. Everyone has a bridge to climb. At the end of the day, fear and I shake hands and part knowing we’ll meet again when we climb our bridge together.” —Camron Wright, The Other Side of the Bridge
“Freedom. … It’s what we’re all searching for, in one way or another.” —Camron Wright, The Other Side of the Bridge
“Life … [is] worth living. Keep hope alive and stay strong for others. … Keep living, keep moving forward, even if it’s just a bit at a time.” —Camron Wright, The Other Side of the Bridge
“The answers you find may not be those you expect.” —Camron Wright, The Other Side of the Bridge
“Why do terrible days occur before wonderful days? Could it be with life that, in order to saver the joy, we must dine first at the table of despair?” —Camron Wright, The Other Side of the Bridge