Imaginative story about a being who we first meet in Atlantis. As he progresses through each of his seven lives, he experiences new circumstances and situations each designed to provide a new ribbon of knowledge and perspective. During his procession he has the opportunity to interact in a variety of relationships with other beings, some that he has known previously. At the end of each life he finds himself in a place of pure whiteness, the bridge, where there is no body, only thoughts and a guide helping him to reflect upon what he has learned—and determine whether it is time to make use of his understanding in another, mysterious way.
“I absolutely loved Seven Bridges! It drew me in from the first chapter and as I finished each one I couldn’t wait to get to the next to see where it would go. I was intrigued by the way each chapter was unique to itself, yet followed his journey in a surprising and unexpected way. I loved the different settings and time periods and I felt like I was there with him. The book was quick to read, with enough details to understand what was going on and who he was interacting with, but not so much that I got bogged down in details. I didn’t want the story to end, I hope there’s another Seven Bridges that he has to cross!”