Infinity: A Bridger's Origin

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Publisher Description

Infinite worlds. Extreme danger. One fearless woman.

Passerina Fowler just wants to be a professional fighter. She has struggled for years to make a name for herself. But then her life abruptly changes when she's discovered by a recruiter from SafeTrek Bridging, a company that transports clients to alternate versions of Earth.

With nothing to lose, Passerina accepts a job as a bridger, an elite fighter who protects clients on excursions to alternate worlds. However, on her first day she witnesses a horrifying event and realizes bridging can be downright deadly.

In spite of the risks, she is determined to complete her training program. But she soon realizes the training is more focused on her fears than her strength and endurance. And for good reason—there is much to be feared when bridging to alternate worlds naked and unarmed. Passerina must steadily transform herself into a bridger, with a new name: Infinity.

Infinity grows impatient for the excitement and danger of her first bridging excursion. But when it finally comes, she finds herself in a world of vicious predators, and the danger becomes all too real.

Sci-Fi & Fantasy
February 26
Stan C. Smith
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

zeusboo ,


Interesting plot with intriguing ideas and good action

topher6262 ,

Infinity: A Bridget’s Origin [review]

I love the concept of going to divergent Earths based on how far back in time “clients” want to go. There are endless possible stories that may be told based on the infinite possible outcomes from any divergent point in Earth’s past. The stories can be as common or wildly diverse and only limited by anyone’s imagination.

Anyone “bridging” does so with only their imaginations to keep themselves safe and travels completely naked for 36 hours. In light of this fact, the writer has chosen to gloss over the naked body imagery in favor of writing every seen as clean as if the “Bridgers” wore clothes and just go on with one scene or predicament after another in the same manner. Any “gutter-minded” individuals won’t get any satisfaction here. Just classic storytelling.

dre-young04 ,


I realy like it but I only made it to page 10

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