Review: The Bridge Club by Patricia Sands

Happy Monday!  Today I am bringing to you a uniquely told story about women and friendship.  For my full review keep reading after the book blurb.  Have a great week!

27315132Book Blurb:

For more than forty years, the mantra of the eight women in the Bridge Club has been “one for all and all for one.” Beginning their monthly soiree in the psychedelic Sixties, unpredicted twists of fate weave through the good times and strong friendship they share as the years pass. The constant from one decade to the next is loyal and nonjudgmental support, even when agreeing to disagree is the final solution. From the exhilarating cultural changes of their early times together through the “zoomer” years, their connection never falters. As they celebrate turning sixty (give or take a year) at a group birthday weekend, each woman recalls a challenging time in her life when the Bridge Club came to the rescue. After tossing around ideas mixed with a generous helping of common sense and a large dose of laughter they decide to refer to that time as their “SOS.” Eight chapters document each one’s story.

Everything is put into perspective and the strength of their friendship is truly tested when one of these women faces a life-altering decision. Her choice profoundly affects all members of the group, pushing the limits of their beliefs and values. The unique alliance they share is confronted with a crisis none of them might have imagined.


Eight women have been through 40 years of ups and downs together.  Coming together to play bridge and share their successes and turmoils.  Each uniquely different to the other but brought together by a sisterhood that was years in the making.  From the sixties to present day the women share the time in their lives that the Bridge club held them up when they could have easily fallen.  In the end, can friendship be their in the most dire of needs or will the hurt, anger, love and pain pull them apart?

This was a wonderful book.  It is so uniquely told.  Each chapter is about one specific time in one of the characters lives.  This truly illustrates how important friendship is to women.  The different times and environments for each of the women telling their story about their biggest issue brought to the Bridge Club will truly bring tears to your eyes.  The emotion and pain and love are felt through the pages and will touch the reader thoroughly.  In the end, the reader will be left asking one question.  I won’t share that but it ends in a mystery of both heartache and sadness.  Overall, this book will bring tears to your eyes and love in your heart as you turn the pages.  Patricia Sands does an outstanding job illustrating the trials and tribulations women and their friends go through.  If you’re looking for a book that completely explains women and how important friendship is for them then you will want to pick this book up.

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