ABOUT A BRIDGE APARTA wholesome fictional story to intrigue, inspire, and enlighten readers of all ages. Through its graphic imagery and brilliant storyline, "A Bridge Apart" sheds light on important life lessons that must be learned and re-learned in a very material world. Adopt and commit to memory what you learn from this story and you will guarantee your heart and mind will be ever vigilant and focused on what is truly important in life. "A Bridge Apart" is the story of a poor traveling salesman who struggles daily to make ends meet by selling the furniture he lovingly creates. Poor in spirit, he survives in a life of monotony lacking the coin and the confidence to make anything better of himself until a tragic accident that nearly ends his life changes everything . . .
Paperback: 46 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (March 17, 2012)
Product Dimensions: 7.8 x 5.1 x 0.1 inches
Shipping Weight: 3.5 ounces
ABOUT THE AUTHORDavid DiPillo is a 32-year-old single, Christian man who was born and raised inYoungstown,Ohio. He earned a bachelor’s degree in computer information systems fromYoungstown State Universityand a master’s degree in technology fromKent State University.
MY REVIEWA Bridge Apart by David Dipillo is a very good, short story. By short I mean like 40 pages in which you can read in less than an hour.
It is a book full of lessons for young and old alike. It is very well written and kept my interest throughout. This book is for all ages, but I think teens and children would really get more out of it.
The characters are very well described. A Bridge Apart also has a troll and he is very likable and not mean like you hear of every troll before.
Lessons to be learned are: appearances can be deceiving, greed, forgiveness, charity, honor, encouragement and happiness.
A very interesting, fun book to read and many things to learn. I would recommend this book to be fun and a learning tool.
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