Richard Bach's semi-sorta-autobiographical novel about fame, fortune and finding the love of his life. Very engaging, this book is written in a very entertaining style and is very funny as well as being a very touching story.
If you have ever felt alone in a world of strangers, missing someone you've never met, you'll find a messge from your love in this book.
Fell in love with "Jonathan Livingston Seagull". This one was like trying to walk through ankle deep mud. And about as enjoyable.
I loved this book and recommended it to many friends. Truly an epic journey-very enjoyable!
Richard Bach is an excellent author on things that make you think. In this wonderful novel, he shares his relationship and knowledge about his soulmate Leslie. A wonderful read.
A beautiful, thought-provoking true story of Richard Bach's search for his soulmate. Absolutely wonderful.
This book always reminds me of why life and love are so very good, even when they're not easy.
Bestselling author Richard Bach explores the meaning of fate and soul mates in this modern-day fairytale 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.
An inspiring book, this is an autobiographical tale of Richard Bach, author of Jonathan Livingston Seagull, and his non-quest in which he finds his soulmate.
Recommended by a friend and I tried to read but the main character was the only one being developed...seemed so much focus on oneself and I just grew tired of him.
Interesting concept of love and soulmates and finding that someone. Also into mediphysics and other plains of reality. Very interesting and a fast read.
Very interesting plot but slow-moving.
Audio book, edited and abridged by the author. Four cassettes, six hours total. Read by Richard Bach and Leslie Parrish-Bach. This is *not*, as the Book Type indicates, a hardcover book.
helps one remember priorities in life is not about money or fame
"If you've ever felt alone in a world of strangers, missing someone you've never met, you'll find a message from your love in The Bridge Across Forever..."
by the author of Jonathan Livingston Seagull and Illusions