Down on the Farm

Down on the Farm ON AN ISOLATED MICHIGAN FARM an old barn stands cold and dark Animals shun it People are chilled by it And its owner Casey Dubois keeps It locked and empty But empty it s not Beneath the floor an

  • Title: Down on the Farm
  • Author: John Stchur
  • ISBN: 9780312010218
  • Page: 286
  • Format: Hardcover
  • ON AN ISOLATED MICHIGAN FARM, an old barn stands cold and dark Animals shun it People are chilled by it And its owner, Casey Dubois, keeps It locked and empty.But empty it s not.Beneath the floor, an ancient presence stirs A monstrosity of blood lust, it Is starved for the food of human suffering It thrives on the possession of others body and soul And the Dubois faON AN ISOLATED MICHIGAN FARM, an old barn stands cold and dark Animals shun it People are chilled by it And its owner, Casey Dubois, keeps It locked and empty.But empty it s not.Beneath the floor, an ancient presence stirs A monstrosity of blood lust, it Is starved for the food of human suffering It thrives on the possession of others body and soul And the Dubois family, close knit and innocent, is the perfect fodder for the demon s foul appetite As the beast tightens its Infernal grip on his family, Casey Dubois must fight to save everything dear to him including his eternal soul

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    • David says:

      Down on the Farm is a horror novel from the late 80's that really grabs your attention at the beginning with a malevolent creature from outer space which buries itself in the ground in the early part of the 19th century. The story moves to present day where an old barn now covers the burial site and the creature is beginning to awaken. The story holds promise early as the creature is able to affect the minds of those people near it but soon the story tends to get muddled and a little hard to fol [...]

    • Debra says:

      Stephen King recommended book. Blurb on book says: "I'd mark it down on my mental "must-buy" list. (Stchur) turns Michigan into Lovecraft country!5/3/17It's a shame there haven't been more positive reviews of this. Yes it's very disturbing and gruesome, but isn't a lot of horror that way? It was a decent story, if a bit predictable. As another reviewer stated, the ending was a bit rushed. But it was a page-turner for me, nonetheless. Horror fans would not be disappointed.

    • Boris Cesnik says:

      sorry i couldn't finish it - read about 60 pages, too boring. Wasted enough of my time on this.

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