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Brandy doesn't believe in ghosts. She likes science, things she can prove. So when her friend Bob tells her a scary story she just laughs. A haunted bridge and a murderous ghost? Nonsense! But Bob insists the story is true, and he is determined to prove it. Brandy agrees to sneak out and look for the ghost. They won't find anything anyway. Right? The Haunted Bridge tells Brandy doesn't believe in ghosts. She likes science, things she can prove. So when her friend Bob tells her a scary story she just laughs. A haunted bridge and a murderous ghost? Nonsense! But Bob insists the story is true, and he is determined to prove it. Brandy agrees to sneak out and look for the ghost. They won't find anything anyway. Right? The Haunted Bridge tells the story of two friends who stir up the supernatural and must find a way to survive it. Will they be able to fight off the trouble? Or are they doomed?


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Brandy doesn't believe in ghosts. She likes science, things she can prove. So when her friend Bob tells her a scary story she just laughs. A haunted bridge and a murderous ghost? Nonsense! But Bob insists the story is true, and he is determined to prove it. Brandy agrees to sneak out and look for the ghost. They won't find anything anyway. Right? The Haunted Bridge tells Brandy doesn't believe in ghosts. She likes science, things she can prove. So when her friend Bob tells her a scary story she just laughs. A haunted bridge and a murderous ghost? Nonsense! But Bob insists the story is true, and he is determined to prove it. Brandy agrees to sneak out and look for the ghost. They won't find anything anyway. Right? The Haunted Bridge tells the story of two friends who stir up the supernatural and must find a way to survive it. Will they be able to fight off the trouble? Or are they doomed?

8 review for The Haunted Bridge: Part One (The Haunting of Bob and Brandy Book 1)

  1. 4 out of 5

    Bruce Perrin

    A Fast-Paced, Scary Novella … and Then It Just Ends Brandy is a red-haired, high-school skeptic in this horror novella. "There’s no such thing as ghosts …. I only believe in science and logic.” Bob is Brandy’s guy-pal. He’s mature for his age, being described in Brandy’s thoughts as “… an eighty-year-old man trapped in a teen’s body.” But he’s the one who wants to test a local urban legend that one of the bridges in town is haunted by a ghost who kills everyone who dares cross it at midnight. Of A Fast-Paced, Scary Novella … and Then It Just Ends Brandy is a red-haired, high-school skeptic in this horror novella. "There’s no such thing as ghosts …. I only believe in science and logic.” Bob is Brandy’s guy-pal. He’s mature for his age, being described in Brandy’s thoughts as “… an eighty-year-old man trapped in a teen’s body.” But he’s the one who wants to test a local urban legend that one of the bridges in town is haunted by a ghost who kills everyone who dares cross it at midnight. Of course, Bob talks Brandy into joining him. From there, The Haunted Bridge unfolds at a good pace, never leaving the reader a dull moment. The bite-sized chapters—twenty of them in sixty-seven pages—seem to make it go even faster. I always wanted to read just one more. The only thing that slows the story are the typos, and there are quite a few. Some are easy to ignore, as the meaning is apparent, e.g., “She did feel beautiful with tonight.” But others, in the context of strange and eerie happenings, caused me to break from my train of thought, e.g., “… a book fell off of her dress” or “She nodded, leaning over the pant and catch her breath.” The other drawback of the book is that it lacks an ending. There’s no twist that reveals that these ghostly happenings are actually innocent. Or that they aren’t benign, but someone prevails. There’s no resolution of any kind. Additionally, the ending’s not a cliff-hanger, because that suggests the story has reached a crucial turning point. Brandy and Bob’s predicament seems pretty much unchanged through the last half of the book, although the ghost gets nastier. And while our protagonists did try something to escape at the end, their ploy was so rushed that it felt makeshift rather than potentially game-changing. Overall, The Haunted Bridge is a fun, fast read that could use a stronger ending and an additional edit.

  2. 5 out of 5

    W.

    Whew. Twenty Chapters in forty five minutes. This short story (with more adventures to come it seems) was a house on fire that I was chasing at top speed and loving every minute of it. It has the excitement that is infectious in teenagers with the nostalgia in old legends or truths and if the author is YA geared then she is right on target. If not, she is still on point. She knows how to spin a yarn! This book is a great example of just running with it. Every page is packed with expectations of Whew. Twenty Chapters in forty five minutes. This short story (with more adventures to come it seems) was a house on fire that I was chasing at top speed and loving every minute of it. It has the excitement that is infectious in teenagers with the nostalgia in old legends or truths and if the author is YA geared then she is right on target. If not, she is still on point. She knows how to spin a yarn! This book is a great example of just running with it. Every page is packed with expectations of the next one and well done. -To The Author- I like Your Style!

  3. 4 out of 5

    John

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lennie Grace

  5. 5 out of 5

    Gillian Adams

  6. 4 out of 5

    { U n s o l v e d M y s t e r y }

  7. 4 out of 5

    Diane Putnam

  8. 5 out of 5

    Duvie Dafinone

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