Miracles are happening.
Pray to God they stop.
In the dead of winter, on a highway in Quebec, a man crashes his car and survives. In New York, a homeless person is run over by a bus and lives. In Tokyo, a teenager jumps off a high rise building and fails in taking her own life. All over the world, miracles like these transpire, and people breathe a sigh of relief.
But for the next week, some people will begin to suspect a terrible truth. A handful will even search for it. One man will find it.
And in seven days, all hell will break loose.
(A tale of horror. Graphic violence and language.)
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Blackmore's book emphasizes what makes me so excited about the advent of ebooks. Here's a superbly written suspense story by a writer that I feel privileged to discover thanks to the accessibility and affordability of ebooks. It reminded me of Stephen King's "Bachman" books, where the suspense story also enfolds some pensive themes about life and death, and doesn't shy away from humor and more human qualities in the characters. On these counts, The Missing Boatman doesn't disappoint. Like another reviewer noted, I did find the gore a little heavy early on for my tastes, but that quickly takes a back seat to the rest of the story.
This was much better than I expected. I recommend it!
I'm almost finished with The Missing Boatman which is a very good and imaginative story, lots of violence, lots of blood but also some funny parts. Keith C. Blackmore is becoming one of my favorite authors. I just finished reading the entire Mountain Man series and I loved the entire series. These are such good stories, they are exciting, engaging and real, and you can easily empathize with the characters. I enjoyed the Mountain Man series very much and recommend it to all Zombie fans.
This is the first Keith C Blackmore I ever read. I was hooked and couldnt put it down. Very original story concept and fun to read. I highly recomend this one.