Safari (Mountain Man, #2)

Safari (Mountain Man, #2)

by Keith C Blackmore

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BN ID: 2940148416586
Publisher: Keith C Blackmore
Publication date: 09/04/2013
Series: Mountain Man , #2
Sold by: Draft2Digital
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 140,617
File size: 580 KB

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Safari (Mountain Man, #2) 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It’s a decent story but certainly not the best I’ve read( and that would be a lot)... good character but it seems like the author tries too hard.
AudiobookReviewer More than 1 year ago
SPOILER ALERT. If you have not read “Mountain Man book 1″ better read it before this one. Otherwise you will not know how everything went down. Gus was badly hurt, between Roxann and the bikers he has sustained broken teeth, cracked ribs and other injuries. To ease his pain he found his best friend, Captain Morgan, and had a drink, or two, or three. At the start of a cold winter Gus is hurt and alone, again. This is how book 2 starts as we continue to follow Gus’s will to survive. Through the coming months he slowly heals. During this time he drops down the well of despair and loneliness. He has long conversations with a bottle of Captain Morgan rum. Still needing supplies he makes trips to town in the truck the bikers left at his gate. Except for Scott, every “normal” human he meets has tried to kill him. Now he doesn’t think twice about killing in self-defense. As his sanity spirals down he makes plans to get rid of all the zombies in Annapolis. To his horror it is not only the zombies that are a threat, a new, even more deadly terror has risen. I listened to this book straight through. Well, almost, straight through. The pace was fairly fast and the action was vicious. More problems and plot twists. The characters in this part of the story were what we could expect when the basic rules of humanity are gone. I found this part very believable and well developed. Mr. Bray did a splendid job of bringing this book to life. I didn’t have a problem with his voices and liked the tone of his telling. Everything was clear and easy to understand. The book cover gives you the jist of this book. Audio production was without fault. Very well done. Book 3 here I come. Audiobook purchased for review by ABR. Please find this complete review and many others at audiobookreviewer dot com [If this review helped, please press YES. Thanks!]
vg0 More than 1 year ago
The Hospital is a lead in to the rest of the Mountain Man series. The Hospital was the first Keith Blackmore book I read. 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 this series very much and recommend it to all Zombie fans. I'm almost finished with The Missing Boatman which is not a Zombie story but still very good. Keith C. Blackmore is becoming one of my favorite authors.
momvon More than 1 year ago
Great read, a must read would you be able to survive.
mrclueless More than 1 year ago
This is an excellent continuation of the story so far. I really enjoy this series. This is the first zombie series I have read, and gotta say, it's great. Highly recommend this story