Author: Rachel Lou
Publisher: Harmony Ink Press
Cover Artist: Anna Sikorska
Rating: 2.00 of 5 Stars
Publication Date: 06/02/2016
Length: Novel (~ 50K-100K)
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal, Young Adult
Everett Hallman might not be the world’s most powerful witch, but he does his part by helping wayward souls find their way to the beyond. Then a feeling Everett can’t explain lures him away from the magical woods near his house, to a local martial arts school. There, he is intrigued when he uncovers remains left by supernatural beings of enormous power, and he cannot resist looking into the mystery.
Everett learns he is a Bridge Master: a witch capable of passing into different spirit realms, but his revelation comes with a new set of problems. First, the powerful witch instructing him disappears, and then he notices something strange about his attractive new friend from the martial arts studio. Worst of all, Everett’s reserves of spell-casting energy continue to deplete. Only one thing is certain—Everett cannot turn his back on this puzzle until he gets some answers.
I apologize for putting this so plainly but…what on earth did I just read?
The Bridge has a beautiful cover. There are characters, and some things happen (in no particular order or for any apparent reason), and umm – did I mention the cover? Because it’s beautiful.
Honestly, the jellyfish with consent issues makes more sense than the grown humans do for most of the book. I’m not kidding. I struggled to even finish this choppy, unplotted debut. Sorry y’all.
I would like to thank the publisher for providing me with the eARC of this title in exchange for my honest opinion.
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