Safari : Mountain Man

  • by Keith C. Blackmore
  • Narrated by R. C. Bray
  • Series: Mountain Man
  • 7 hrs and 20 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

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 since the demise of civilization, Gus knows that his next visit to undead suburbia could be his last. Not only does he face a corpse-infested urban hell, human scavengers, and unending loneliness, but now a new mystery has risen - the undead are disappearing from the streets. A force is gathering, beyond the mountain man’s darkest nightmares, even more relentless and terrifying than the roaming tides of dead flesh. And it’s preparing to hunt.


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Customer Reviews

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A split performance

Well, i really love R.C. Brays reading so i liked this book alot more than if i had read it physically.

The first book was rather great. There was human interaction and believable action. This one however features Gus as Tom Hanks in "Cast Away" with his very own Wilson to talk to.

I found it rather boring at times and my mind driftet off elsewhere while R.C. Bray so excellently read the words out loud.


The ending was abit confusing as well. Did Gus die, since book 3 does not involve him, or do we get more Gus in book 4? I really didnt like the Scott character so i dont feel like listening to book 3 either. Currently busy with the Survival series from A. American, and was very pleased with "The Second After" amongst other good listens.
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- martin

Zombie addict? come get your fix.

Any additional comments?

Been waiting a while for this one to come out on audible, I have been needing my Gus fix :)

The story continues right from where the last one finished of. and once again follows our intrepid hero on his day to day mission to survive zombies,depression and loneliness.

RC Bray's narration once again brings Gus to life in all his hard drinking, crotch scratching best, I love Keith Blackmores depiction of Gus not your unusual hero but a very credible one. And even amidst the blood,gore and Gus's mental descent he still manages to bring humour to the situation.

Won't say much more, but if you read the first one and enjoyed.You won't be disappointed with this one.

Now onto book 3 for me.

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- Karen

Book Details

  • Release Date: 08-08-2014
  • Publisher: Podium Publishing