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A Bridge to Yesterday 2. Brittle as a Bird

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A sequel to Brittle as a Bird. Joey's life has changed very much since Allen's death. So too, has Gene's life. Tormented by the past, Gene has estranged himself from his family. An incident will bring him back into Joey's life. Will he once again be able to find the love he so desperately wanted years before? Can a bridge be crossed to a distant past?           

 

 

Copyright © 2008 by Ronyx All Rights Reserved

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  • 1. Chapter 1
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  • 2. Chapter 2
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  • 3. Chapter 3
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  • 4. Chapter 4
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  • 5. Chapter 5
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  • 6. Chapter 6
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  • 7. Chapter 7
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  • 8. Chapter 8
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  • 9. Chapter 9
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  • 10. Chapter 10
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  • 11. Chapter 11
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  • 12. Chapter 12
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  • 13. Chapter 13
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  • 14. Chapter 14
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Sam Wyer

   5 of 5 members found this review helpful 5 / 5 members

I’m not usually a fan of sequels - I think Jurassic Park (The Lost World, what were you thinking) and Speed (Speed 2, it’s simply appalling) have a large part to play in that, but I read this anyway because, well, it’s @Ronyx, if anyone deserves a chance it’s him.  I was not disappointed.

 

You should definitely read Brittle As A Bird first.  Even though this story does well on it’s own, you can’t properly appreciate the broader character development or the painful difficulty of the emotions unless you’ve already seen where they come from.  And yet, I feel bad for saying that, because this really is a great story anyway.

 

As seems typical of @Ronyx, you’re not exactly inundated with rainbows, unicorns, and explosions of glittery joy.  In fact, you often have to look really bloody hard to find any trace of their existence at all.  It’s too lazy to call it ‘gritty’, but there’s a harshness to the reality portrayed here which for me at least made it all the more enticing.  Oh, and, you also get the meet one of the cutest kids ever.

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Wesley8890

   5 of 5 members found this review helpful 5 / 5 members

An amazing sequel to Brittle. Its amazing to see how the characters from the first story evolved, yet at the same time remained themselves at the core. The story had me crying and laughing. Yet another excellent one from San amazing author.

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BlindAmbition

   3 of 4 members found this review helpful 3 / 4 members

This is a story showing the best and worst of humanity. A reminder to live with honesty and honor. Don’t run from your truth. Be open and ready to accept your authentic life. With that, anything may be possible.

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