They watched until the car was out of sight, headed down the eastern slope. When it was gone, the three of them looked at each other for a silent, almost frightened moment. They were alone. Aspen leaves whirled and skittered in aimless packs across the lawn that was now neatly mowed and tended for no guest's eyes. There was no one to see the autumn leaves steal across the grass but the three of them. It gave Jack a curious shrinking feeling, as if his life force had dwindled to a mere spark while the hotel and the grounds bad suddenly doubled in size and become sinister, dwarfing them with sullen, inanimate power.
Question 1: What’s the meaning of ‘for no guest’s eyes?’
Question 2: What is FOR no guest’s eyes? ( I mean, the neatly mowed and tended LAWN or the thing that aspen leaves whirled and skittered in aimless packs across the lawn ? )
Question 3: bad suddenly --- what’s the meaning of ‘bad?’Question 4: for a silent, almost frightened moment --- In this case, 'frightening moment' is better, I think. Because 'frightened,' which describes a feeling, and 'frightening,' which describes something that makes you feel frightened: a frightened child | a frightening experience. Right?