The Bridge Across Forever Paperback – 11 May 2001
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Best-selling author Richard Bach explores the meaning of fate and soul mates in this modern-day fairy tale based on his real-life relationship with actor Leslie Parrish. "This is a story about a knight who was dying, and the princess who saved his life", Bach writes in his opening greeting. "It's a story about beauty and beasts and spells and fortresses, about death-powers that seem and life-powers that are". Yes, it is all that, and more. On the earthly plane this is about the riveting love affair between two fully human people who are willing to explore time travel and other dimensions together even as they grapple with the earthly struggles of intimacy, commitment, smothering and whose turn it is to cook. Their love affair and happy ending inspired many enthusiastic fans. Years later, some of these fans were devastated to discover that this match made in heaven didn't manage to stick (the couple are no longer together). Bach explains that lovers don't have to stay married forever in order to be lifetime soul mates. Read this as a lesson about love's enchantments and possibilities, but don't count on this book to keep you and your mate on the bridge across forever. --Gail Hudson
"To a public that desperately wants to believe in love, Bach says: Hang on. Take heart. There is such a thing as a soulmate." -- "The Atlanta Constitution" --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.See all Product Description
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It took me a long time to read, I kept putting it down and coming back to it now and then so it wasn't a page turner in the sense of a book that you can get lost in.
This book really makes you think about things and I mean really think about things. I think that's what took me so long to get into it and read it. It just makes you think about things in ways that they probably haven't done before.
I came away looking at things in life in such a different way so even if it takes you a while to read this book from the start to finish it will truly be worth it.
I have to read it again, love it. This one and "One" are my favourite
The story almost becomes void in the sense that it's more a context of a largely 'spiritual' journey, for use of a better word, into ones self.
I would recommend this book to anybody, as the style of writing and ideas are universal and can easily be understood, enjoyed and learnt by all that will lend some time, enjoy!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It's an interesting book on love and relationships and soul mates but Jonathan Livingston Seagull and Illusions remain my best books by Bach.Published 4 months ago by Glenn Riley (Author Of Illusions? Maybe)
Excellent book, with words to challenge the depth of love and relationships and show what can be aspired to.Published 21 months ago by Joan Adam
Have loved most books I have read by the author. This happens to be a favourite for its magical quality in storytelling for adults.Published 23 months ago by Elenor