Loved the story, like Butch and Sundance, Bayou and Razor (think Clint Eastwood type) his father, are owners of the most powerful guitar of all time, Leslie Quinn, the beautiful powerful owner of the Bloodstone, all working together to kill the evil ghosts invading the world. Love Chase Walkers voice. Good job.
Razor, funny, mean, get with it, kill them first, ask questions later. Loves grits and gravy.
yes, excellent, he only has two recordings out.
Made me laugh and cry. The father Razor made me laugh, the love of Bayou for his daughter in certain scenes was touching.
Great for road travelers.
So far its one of my favorites, I usually listen to Vince Flynn and Lee Child, like the narrators voice, he brings the characters to life.
Good question, its a southern type of look at ghosts and guitars, with deadly decision drama.
Perfect voice for the material. Sounds like a Sam Elliott type.
Yes, it covers both extremes.
Enjoyed it, something different and fast moving.
Yes, approached as a basic fun scientific approach to ghost hunting. Has examples of how to write a ghost hunt Charter (the plan.) How to schedule the hunt (Gantt Chart) and how to utilize a Risk Matrix. Finally recycling the knowledge so the same mistakes don't repeat themselves in the Lessons Learned/Post Mortem. Its kind of a check-yourself, before you wreck-yourself approach.
If you like Sam Elliot's type of vocals then this is for you. I thought is was perfect for the material.
How to plan a ghost hunt. The front-end loading of the hunt.
Ghosts, Guitars, Family
Bayou Savage at the scene in Woosley Heights where the other musicians are getting killed. At the last moment, the old timer, officially retired, Razor Savage, the original guitar ghost fighter surfaces to help fight the evil Magi by embracing Bayou and his guitar as Bayou is about to die. Razor unleashes total hell on the evil ghost with his Clint Eastwood old-school approach to ghost fighting, holding onto his exhausted son for dear life. The descriptions of the mystical musical battles in the book were every musician's dream of having a magical instrument.
They have a chemistry that works. Dean originally writes the book and then Chase adds the color and symmetry. They play well off each other with their different writing styles, both being musicians, they bounce ideas off each other to make the book a book that makes other musicians and entertainers would enjoy. Both like each other and love to laugh.
The ending of the book where all the pieces come together. Halloween, the guitar coming back to life, the Bloodstone maxed out as the Institute lab blows up. Makes you laugh and cry at the same time. The plan comes together.
The book is about a father who loves his son, a son who loves his daughter, about the feelings a musician has when they are playing and performing a song that moves them. About the discovery of magic in a skeptical world, with Bayou being the skeptic of skeptics. About friendship of among two old timers (Bayou and Quirk) and lots of laughter set in a southern environment. A pure enjoyment!
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