In the fictional series of the same name, two grown-up siblings, Nancy and Paul, who were once young teenagers, try to uncover the story behind their father's disappearance on the 21 Bridges Bridge. From that point onwards, they are transported into the adventures of a misfit young man named William Henry, who tries to find his dad.
The series is known for having "bio" biography pages where interesting facts about the characters are revealed. These pages are available in all regions and the most recent ones can be downloaded as PDF files directly from these pages.
All biography pages are digitally written in Adobe Acrobat, which makes them easy to download and manage. All you need to do is open the file in a word processor or open office and choose the "save" option from the menu. This enables the viewer to view the text even without a PDF reader.
There are twelve chapters in the whole series: Bio Prologue, Chapter One: The Bridge; Chapter Two: The Iron Gate; Chapter Three: The Riverfront; Chapter Four: Vow and Caution; Chapter Five: Moving Past the Iron Gate; Chapter Six: The Lost City of Ancients; Chapter Seven: Changing of the Guards; Chapter Eight: The Sons of Li; Chapter Nine: Fulfilling Orders; Chapter Ten: The Tributary; Chapter Eleven: Tomb Of the Blademaster; Chapter Twelve: Continuing Beyond the Path.
Some of the themes of the series are highlighted below. All the episodes of the series are available to download from their website, along with the necessary paraphernalia required to view them.
Sometimes it becomes difficult to remember the most popular episodes of the series and the most famous character because the series portrays so many different characters. Some episodes focus on different characters, while others concentrate on the relationship between characters. Here are some of the episodes which focus on different characters and the importance of each one of them inthe series.
Book End: In this episode, we find out how Mary became a daughter of the Bridges family by a court of her father's ancestor, William Henry. The events of this episode are based on the real-life story of Mary, a little girl who was given to a woman who looked after children in the family of the Bridges' that her father was in love with. In this episode, Mary encounters her cousin, Mary Shelley, who eventually marries Lord Byron.
Sonnets to a Loved One: In this episode, we are introduced to Lord Byron who meets his wife Mary, but he is turned down by her because of her being in love with Lord Byron's cousin, Lord Byron's uncle, Lord Alfred. In this episode, Lord Byron decides to have a son and decides to have an affair with Mary.