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The tourists will eventually leave Stansbury, but its residents strangely linger, seemingly held captive by a force they barely recognize. They also do not think about the town's mysterious artifact much except in passing, all but Gil, his father, Ben, and a few others. They know of the bridge's dark history and understand that it is responsible for every horror that ever befell the people of Stansbury. The bridge makes people do things - bad things - so that it can continue to love and care for them all.
Some have tried to destroy the bridge, but as long as the bridge is fed with the lives of the innocents of Stansbury it will go on - loving the people of Stansbury.
Lakebridge: Spring is the first of a four book cycle revolving around Stansbury and the Lakebridge.
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By Becca C. Smith on 12-26-16
What did you love best about Lakebridge: Spring?
I loved that it was a psychological horror. It reminded me of Stephen King where everything leads to that insanely explosive third act! Trying not to give away any spoilers, let's just say the moose POV is priceless.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Gill is my favorite character because no matter what happens to him (including losing an arm) he always moves forward. He's had the most horrible things happen to him, but he somehow remains optimistic.
Which character – as performed by Michael Hacker – was your favorite?
Deputy Steven Marsters. He's one of the characters you're supposed to hate, but he's so much of jerk you actually end up being more amused by him. And Michael Hacker reads this perfectly, it only added to the humor!
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I don't want to give away any spoilers, but the ending was a mind-blower. I can't wait for the next installment!
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