Summary

Amir wants to meet a guy outside of a bar. Kinzi wants someone who won't cheat on him. Vico just wants a quick lay. In Gateway, when you need to meet someone, there's no one better than sexy, flirty Hayward to get you just what you want - or at least have a good time trying. But when Hayward himself needs someone, who will be there to help?
©2010 Kyell Gold (P)2013 Kyell Gold
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5 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer on 18-08-17

One of Kyell Gold's best works

If you enjoyed Waterways or any other of Kyell Gold's works, rest assured that Bridges will provide you an amazing and intriguing emotional rollercoaster that subtly draws you into the plot, while giving you enough subplots to keep it from being a one way slog.

Having Kyell Gold himself narrate the book really brings the characters to life as he uses the voices with the particular tone and emphasis that he had in mind while writing the book. The performance he delivers manages to make each line of dialogue have more impact than the original written dialogue.

In regards to the content of the book, I enjoyed this just less so than Waterways (my favourite book, period) but more so than Out of Position (which is told around football, a sport I have little interest in). Unlike Green Fairy or other such works, this book is grounded entirely in reality (that is, reality inhabited by anthropomorphic characters) and focuses on regular people, much like Waterways. I'll avoid spoiling anything about the book here, the first three chapters essentially recap over the same event from different perspectives, this can be a bit of a slog admittedly even considering how much I love this book. But as soon as this passes and the chapters begin to focus on the here and now, an incredible story begins to unravel and enthrall you, one that had been hiding in plain sight throughout. Gold makes great use of foreshadowing throughout, in a manner almost reminiscent of Fight Club. By the time everything comes together, Gold picks up all the momentum he builds up and delivers revelations in short, slick and killer reveals. A single line from Gold can leave your jaw hanging and your mind wishing he would read the next page faster!

By the time you hear the final few beautiful pages, you'll have been taken on an emotional journey comparable to Waterways and will surely leave a lasting impact from the finale, and perhaps even a few tears rolling from your eyes. Overall, my second favourite work from Kyell Gold and a fantastic book to listen to and get invested in.

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5 out of 5 stars
By William on 17-05-14

Remarkable

Excellent descriptive writing, good dialog, convincing and deep characters. Almost a series of vignettes describing the ripples caused over a year by a gentle, generous, haunted main character. There are spot-on portraits of depression, love, self-sacrifice, loss, grief, and extraordinary kindness. What's different and surprising, and in Gold's hands works very well, is that the novel's world is one of gay furries -- anthropomorphic animals -- complete with hot sex scenes. In Gold's other novels, he uses the variety of animal species as a proxy to meditate on racial and sexual prejudice. Here, he exploits the psychic distance "animal" characters give to let his audience study and understand what can be the best in humanity.

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1 out of 5 stars
By DayBreak on 29-07-18

Horrible

I was a big fan of Mr. Gold. until I heard this book. or better the first chapter. it gives gays a bad name, from what I could stomach to listen to it's even rapey in a way. I got to the part where the little fennec fox is taken advantage of by two guys. that part made me sick. I almost deleted every book of his I've bought. I loved his work. but this garbage just wasn't anywhere near his caliber of work. shows a dark side of him. in my opinion.

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