Bayou Savage died in 2006. That was the story. The last of the great guitar ghostfighters lost his spirit and his will to live after losing his father, Razor Savage. The Magi lost his evil grip on the planet, and all portals to the netherworld were sealed tight. A whole pile of losers. The Ghost Defense Institute knew better.
The Institute spent the next 200 years trying to bring Bayou and the '53 Fender back to the world, such as it was. Life had changed after the Religious Wars of 2012.
The ice-cold enigmatic cylinder let no mortal get close to solving its secret.
Steve Johnson's job is to bring Bayou and the guitar back...tonight, Halloween, 2206.
Would you consider the audio edition of No Surrender to be better than the print version?
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.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Razor, funny, mean, get with it, kill them first, ask questions later. Loves grits and gravy.
Have you listened to any of Chase Walker’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
yes, excellent, he only has two recordings out.
Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?
Made me laugh and cry. The father Razor made me laugh, the love of Bayou for his daughter in certain scenes was touching.
Any additional comments?
Great for road travelers.
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I loved this unique take on fighting ghosts. At last Hard Rock is lauded as benefiting society. This is a very entertaining book with plenty of fun pop culture references and I can't wait for the next one