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How Bridge McCoy Learned To Say I Love YouHow Bridge McCoy Learned To Say I Love You by Robert K. Swisher Jr.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

If you like straight, politically correct writing, then this is not the book for you.
The author uses his vivid imagination to portray a writer with an off-beat imagination. Bridge moves to Lost City after his wife leaves him. There he lives his life amongst artists and people who are a little different. Bridge McCoy and the other quirky characters grow to understand themselves better and find self acceptance.
This is a humorous book that will keep you engaged. It addresses many topics in an irreverent way, but with a gentleness that is enjoyable.
A strength of the book is the original style used by the author and his sharp witty dialogue. So if you’re looking for something a bit different, that will make you laugh, then try this book.

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Comments on: "Book Review: How Bridge McCoy Learned to Say I Love You by Robert K Swisher Jr" (1)

  1. ramonawray said:

    Quirky characters and a humorous narrative? This one sounds like a winner 🙂 Another thoughtful review, Penny.

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