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Mountain Man by [Blackmore, Keith C]
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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. The first book of a complete series. Contains graphic language and scenes of violence.

Complete Series order:


Book 1: Mountain Man

Book 2: Safari

Book 3: Hellifax

Book 4: Well Fed

Also:


The Hospital (a single short story, also part of the collection
"Cauldron Gristle." This story happens six months before the events of
"Mountain Man." )

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2555 KB
  • Print Length: 249 pages
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  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006MV7I6U
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
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It is two years after the zombie apocalypse in the Maritimes of Canada. I first discovered that was the location when the main character, Gus, went to loot a Canadian Tire store. Later there were specific geographic references and a character said "eh" a bunch to confirm it. I remain unsure whether to treat this as a satire or pure gory zombie tale. Gus is a lone wolf who obsesses about stocking his adopted mountain home with van loads of booze and toilet paper. When you mix in copious references to urinating and defecating then the book becomes Animal House for the world's end.

At the other end of the spectrum are grim subplots involving a serial killer and a murderous gang. Author Blackmore obsesses on the post apocalyptic chestnut of how horrible humans can be even when they should be pulling together. Mountain Man retreads familiar ground yet still intrigues. I will see where it goes in the next instalment because it reminds me of Jerry Ahern's The Survivalist ... that was so bad it was good,
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Just finished this book and it's sequels via audible.com. Through the last year I've been binging on post apocalyptic lit, reading a ton of books and series in that genre, and so far this is my favorite. Not only is it packed full of action, it is also loaded with great day to day detail, characters and loads of heart. Not only is it refreshing in that the story is set in Canada, but the author does a hell of a job writing the women in this adventure as well, whether white hats or people who give in to the darker side of humanity, the major female characters are not delegated to plot devices as so often can happen in male centric stories. Nope the women in these books are equal in every way to their male counterparts occupying their space in the story coz they have the right to be there. Also, by the end of the last book I cried like a baby, in a good way.
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I am not the "zombie book" type but decided to give this a read and was amazed at how addicted I became. I started reading it and I was hooked! This book is really fast paced so you find yourself saying "just one more chapter".... The author is obviously a funny guy with the great ability to tell an entertaining story. It won't scare you to death, which is a bonus for me as that is really why I don't usually read this genre. Just bought the next 2 books in this series - it's THAT kinda book- you just gotta know what happens next! Great character development, you get attached to them and want to find out what the heck is going to happen next. Onto Book 2!! Great job Keith C. Blackmore!
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I am not a fan of zombies. But for some reason I could not put this book down. This writer really knows how to write a book. Lot of writers out there can take lessons from Ken. I just finished his second book Safari. No more how implausible the story line was I still could not put down these books. I am going to get the third book in this series. I think one of the things that should out to me is that the main character was so flawed but that just seemed right. I am just really confused as to why I enjoy these books???? It just must be the writing.
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