Ginger Nuts of Horror
Abram’s Bridge is not your typical ghost story. It’s a story that is so well written, it doesn’t have to rely on gore and heaps of bad language to get its point across. From the minute the story begins, readers feel invested in the characters and want to get to the bottom of the story. Lil Ron wants to escape his horrible home life, Sweet Kate is a ghost who needs answers to be able to move on from this life to the next, and personally, I couldn’t wait to find out how the story played out.
It amazed me to realize how many elements the author managed to put into one 85-page story. Abram’s Bridge is a combination love story and ghost story, and it reminds us just how evil humans can be. There’s a little thriller, a little suspense, and a little horror on each page and each element is intertwined seamlessly.
Overall, this story was the perfect length, had realistic characters you can’t help but care about, and immediately drew me with its beautiful scenery and multiple settings. I see great things in Glenn Rolfe’s future and I’m happy to have had the chance to check out Abram’s Bridge.