Re: A possessive question
Personally, TJ, I'd still want to put the 's on Bridges.
One is allowed to pronounce Bridges's the same as Bridges'. (Featherstonehaugh, Fotheringay or Cholmondeley, anyone?) Why can't we let the reader know what we mean when we are allowed - if only just - to sprinkle our barely-pronouncable alien names with apostrophes and the like? (And is someone really going to go through all the ASoIaF books and change each and every Ser to Sir?)
Allowing the impostition of the limitations of one medium on another is not a good idea, even when the "enforcing" medium is that treasure, the audiobook. Most films do not include the thoughts of every POV character. Aren't we positively encouraged to go for a close 1st or 3rd person POV, gradually losing the freedom the film director has when putting their take on a story. (Damn it: in a film, we can see every character's physical appearance if we want, even a vampire's: no need to resort to those clumsy mirror tricks for them.)