Bayou Savage: Unintended Consequences

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Bayou Savage: Unintended Consequences

By Dean Russell

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 two hundred 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.

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1 review for Bayou Savage: Unintended Consequences

  1. Vinson Davis

    Great storyline, funny, Bayou playing the haunted guitar of Jimi Hendrix was original. Loved the southern humor and music interactions. Reminds me of some bands I played in!

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