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Evil has returned to the Buckley farm....
It starts with a dream, a warning. But it's a warning that arrives too late. The Gypsies aren't coming; they're here.
His grandmother and nephew are the first to fall to the demonic invaders, leaving Mitch, his grandfather, and his uncle trapped in the barn while occult madness reigns outside. Chaos is the order of the day, and Mitch can only try to cope with the ghostly paranormal attackers. His grandfather, however, remembers the bloody day that first brought the wicked Gypsies to Earth....
June 15, 1961, on an army base in Kentucky, Private Noel Buckley and his platoon, which included a young man named James Marshall Hendrix, were attacked by unseen forces that possessed them to perform wicked, unspeakably heinous acts - what happened to that platoon is still being covered up by the military. But also present that day was another mysterious, magical presence that transformed the very souls of the survivors....
Several years later Hendrix tried to recapture some of that magic, what he referred to as the Electric Lady, through his music but succeeded only in waking the demons once more, so he hid the master tapes....
Now, on the Buckley farm outside of Green River, Michigan, the Gypsies have come to reclaim the Lady no matter who they have to slaughter to do it.
©2013-2014 David Bain (P)2015 David Bain
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3 out of 5 stars
By TW Brown, Author, Editor, and Reviewer on 03-30-15

Just not my thing.

I really wanted to like this. However, the story just never managed to hook me. It was disjointed and I simply could not become invested in any of the characters. It did not help that the narrator used an atrocious echo effect on his voice that was more of an annoyance than anything else.

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