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The Barn Jason Downes

The Barn

Jason Downes

Published November 27th 2012
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Kindle Edition
332 pages
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Beneath a field in New Jersey lies an ancient evil buried by the native tribe which inhabited the area. Once captured and contained the land is marked, never to be used for dwelling or building to ensure the evil remained restrained and powerless.InMoreBeneath a field in New Jersey lies an ancient evil buried by the native tribe which inhabited the area. Once captured and contained the land is marked, never to be used for dwelling or building to ensure the evil remained restrained and powerless.In 1789 the tribe is on the outskirts of the town of Aldwood, the story of the evil within the field forgotten and when the town begins to build a barn that is to serve the community it will release the hidden danger from the earth and set in motion a chain of events that will bring horrors to the town and the descendants of the native tribe.Over the next two centuries the demon will corrupt and use the people of Aldwood to strengthen itself until the last of the tribe and the spirits of those lost to the evil come together to once again try contain the horror while fighting against the evils new found allies.“I was enthralled as well as surprised by the ease at which Jason Downes characters touched my heart and chilled me to the bone. As much as I hated putting the book down, I had to stop on several occasions so I could get some nightmare-free sleep.” - Jessica McHugh, Bestselling Author of Rabbits in the Garden, PINS, and The Sky: The WorldTHE BARN is a ghost story unlike any other. Downes richly written, identifiable characters are haunted not only by the malevolent spirits of an eerie barn in New Jersey, but also by a uniquely American guilt spanning several generations. Fast-paced, at times heart-wrenching, and packed with plenty of chills, THE BARN, like its inhabitants, will stay with you long after the pages have run out.” - Joseph Williams, Author of Detroit Macabre and The HuntThe Barn. This novel is a chilling history of horror, with several hideous tales that unravel to reveal one common foe. Each new period of that history is more gruesome than the last, and as those stories come together you find yourself crawling to the edge of your seat.” - Kenneth W. Cain, author of The Saga of I Series and The Dead Civil War