Mountain Man (Mountain Man #1)

[Reading] ➾ Mountain Man (Mountain Man #1)  By Keith C. Blackmore – Johndore.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 228 pages
  • Mountain Man (Mountain Man #1)
  • Keith C. Blackmore
  • English
  • 17 November 2017

About the Author: Keith C. Blackmore

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Mountain Man (Mountain Man #1) Boomstick.Samurai Bat.Motorcycle Leather.And The Will To Live Amongst The Unliving.Augustus Berry Lives A Day To Day Existence Comprised Of Waking Up, Getting Drunk, And Preparing For The Inevitable Day When They Will Come Up The Side Of His Mountain And Penetrate His Fortress Living On The Outskirts Of A City And Scavenging For Whatever Supplies Remain After Civilization Died Two Years Ago, Gus Knows That Every Time He Goes Down Into Undead Suburbia Could Be His Last.A Novel Of The Zombie Apocalypse First Book Of A Completed 4 Book Series Contains Graphic Language And Scenes Of Violence Complete Series Order Book 1 Mountain ManBook 2 SafariBook 3 HellifaxBook 4 Well FedAlso The Hospital A Single Short Story, Also Part Of The Collection CauldronGristle This Story Happens Six Months Before The Events Of MountainMan.

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10 thoughts on “Mountain Man (Mountain Man #1)

  1. Carole (Carole& says:

    This review can also be found at Carole s Random Life.4 StarsI was completely entertained by this audiobook I am giving it 4 stars based completely on the entertainment value of the story I am a huge fan of The Walking Dead and love a good zombie story I stumbled upon the short prequel to this series on a...

  2. Timothy Ward says:

    8 Top Ten Reads of 2015 at timothycward.comI didn t realize when I picked up Mountain Man that it would be exactly the kind of zombie book I was looking for One of my favorite aspects to zombie stories is the survival nature and how the apocalypse allows those who can make it past the first wave to go out and collect supplies There is enough in here about scavenging houses and building a fortress to whet my whistle, and in perfect pacing, we get new characters to add to the one I already en 8 Top Ten Reads of 2015 at timothycward.comI didn t realize when I picked up Mountain Man that it would be exactly the kind of zombie book I was looking for One of my favorite aspects to zombie stories is the survival nature and how the apocalypse allows those who can make it past the first wave to go out and collect supplies There is enough in here about scavenging houses and building a fortress to whet my whistle, and in perfect pacing, we get new characters to add to the one I already enjoyed I don t want to spoil anything about these characters, so I ll just say I loved it from start to finish and am loving the sequel just as much.I m listening to the superb audiobook edition of books 1 3, produced by Podium Publishing and narrated by R.C Bray, one of my favorite narrators Strongly recommend picking up this audiobook for 1 credit on Aud...

  3. Hudson says:

    Loved the hell out of this book I m a big fan of zombie and post apocalyptic type stories anyway and this was for me an interesting twist on a genre that has really let s face it been beaten to death.I think a part of me really liked the main character in the book as well as his mountain house that he has built in to a fortress There were some other items in the book that resonated with me as well, namely semi spoilers ahead someone shits themselves I think that might be the first time Loved the hell out of this book I m a big fan of zombie and post apocalyptic type stories anyway and this was for me an interesting twist on a genre that has really let s face it been beaten to death.I think a part of me really liked the main character in the book a...

  4. David P Forsyth says:

    This is one of those rare books that keeps the reader guessing at what will happen next with a knot in your stomach That is the feeling you have while reading it and the same feeling remains when you finish the last page Although it is a story in itself, and a great one, you just know that there MUST be a sequel Other than being open ended, it reminds me of I am Legend in many ways, but this is a modernized and Canadiafied version with a punch It hits you in the gut and then twists your entr This is one of those rare books that keeps the reader guessing at what will happen next with a knot in your stomach That is the feeling you have while reading it and the same feeling remains when you finish the last page Although it is a story in itself, and a great one, you just know that there MUST be a sequel Other than being open ended, it reminds me of I am Legend in many ways, but this is a modernized and Canadiafied version with a punch It hits you in the gut and then twists your entrails Be sure to have a stiff drink on the nightstand when you delve into this zombiefest of fear and seemingly hopeless survival in a world of the undead If all the zombie apocalypse books written these days were as good as this one, I never would have felt the need ...

  5. Tanja Berg says:

    Okay, I m done with zombies for a good while now With the exception of the Walking Dead series, possibly Mountain Man was an absolutely mediocre, testosterone filled take on the post zombie apocalyptic world, adding nothing of interest The main character Gus has barricaded himself in a house on a hillside outside a small town and lived alone there for two years, since the world zombified He drinks and hoards supplies During one of Gus s hoarding sessions, he saves Scott, who was left fo Okay, I m done with zombies for a good while now With the exception of the Walking Dead series, possibly Mountain Man was an absolutely mediocre, testosterone filled take on the post zombie apocalyptic world, adding nothing of interest The main character Gus has barricaded himself in a house on a hillside outside a small town and lived alone there fo...

  6. Silver Thistle {adores JAFF & TEOTWAWKI. Oh, and accronyms :P} says:

    Not really a review exactly,like, This is a summary of my review sort of thing I m all about the feels when it comes to reading so sometimes I don t even know why I like something, I just know that I do This is one of those timesI listened to the prequel of this series when it was free on audible might still be free and really liked it The Hospital The First Mountain Man Story was creepy and chilling and exactly the sort of zombie apocalypse book I like to readsurvivors scave Not really a review exactly,like, This is a summary of my review sort of thing I m all about the feels when it comes to reading so sometimes I don t even know why I like something, I just know that I do This is one of those timesI listened to the prequel of this series when it was free on audible might still be free and really liked it The Hospital The First Mountain Man Story was creepy and chilling and exactly the sort of zombie apocalypse book I like to readsurvivors scavenging about.Anyway, the narrator R.C Bray did a great job and the hour long short story made me buy the next part, Mountain Man as soon as I d finished it.I did like Mountain Man I liked the characters and the scene setting and the dialogue but the action scenes were a bit much to take in Might have been better reading it but listening to it just went too fast to catch it all It was a bit like the difference between watching a ninja fight scen...

  7. Bandit says:

    If you can t do original, do predictable, but do it well That seems to make sense, particularly when it comes to the overdone to death pun possibly intended zombie genre So instead of throwing some sort of a game changing plot device at the readers, Black just does a solid survivor story And does it well At first it took a while to get going solo alcoholism and solo scavenging are only so much fun to read about , but then it picked up nicely and turned into a very compelling character If you can t do original, do predictable, but do it well That seems to make sense, particularly when it comes to the overdone to death pun possibly...

  8. 11811 (Eleven) says:

    3.5 stars I was expecting mediocrity from just another zombie story and that s really all this was but it was damn good at what it was It could have easily been a chapter from one of the high points of The Walking Dead Nothing new here but everything it did it did right.

  9. Kat says:

    Originally posted on The Aussie Zombie it you re stuck in a mountain cabin, the world is over run by zombies and you ve got nothing for company but movies, books and a massive stockpile of alcohol Yeah I admit it I d be taking up the offer of some company in a bottle So Gus reaction is completely human, and understandable Alcohol is his friend, his escape and his sleeping pill Set sometime after 2026, in a world devastated by the zombapocalypse Originally posted on The Aussie Zombie it you re stuck in a mountain cabin, the world is over run by zombies and you ve got nothing for company but movies, books and a massive stockpile of alcohol Yeah I admit it I d be taking up the offer of some company in a bottle So Gus reaction is completely human, and understandable Alcohol is his friend, his escape and his sleeping pill Set sometime after 2026, in a world devastated by the zombapocalypse with humans few and far between, Gus awakes with a killer hangover most mornings and is systematically clearing the nearby city of anything useful to stock up his mountain retreat As he moves through the city, encountering zombie after zo...

  10. Brian Jarrett says:

    Keith Black is one of those indie writers Big Publishing let slip through their fingers This guy can write The characters are well developed and very unique I really grew to care about them As a unique zombie book, this story focuseson the human condition than on the zombies themselves Don t worry there sthan enough crowded, stinking masses of the undead to go around And plenty of guns This is still a zombie novel, after all.With Mountain Man Black masterfully weave Keith Black is one of those indie writers Big Publishing let slip through their fingers This guy can write The characters are well developed and very unique I really grew to care about them As a unique zombie book, this story focuseson the human condition than on the zombies themselves Don t worry there sthan enough crowded, stinking masses of the undead to go around And plenty of guns This is still a zombie novel, after all.With Mountain Man Black masterfully weaves survival, brutality, friendship, fear, hope and deception together into a very engaging and entertaining yarn This book is part of a series, so the abrupt ending is really just a pause before the next book I know I m looking forward to it.This book is as well edited as it is well written No glaring errors and typos to distract from the story The formatting and cover art are fantastic It s a quality release all around.So if you like zombie and or post apocalyptic fiction then I think you ll enjoy Mountain Man I...