You know how much I love audiobooks, right? They're an auditory delight, allowing me to multi-task as I enjoy, whatever it is that I wanna enjoy! This story allowed just that. This book was a fun story to listen to and visualize. It's a small piece of a book whole, I believe. I haven't purchased the other books yet, but you know, I think I will.
The Hospital: The First Mountain Man Story by Keith C. Blackmore is about lonely Gus, an apocalyptic survivor. He's lost tons of weight, has established survival rules gleaned from horror movies, which he follows to a "T" even under terrifying conditions. It's a short story but enough of a sample that I need to read the book in its entirety. It's set around an abandoned hospital, where he needs supplies and maybe even some food, but there's something inside worse than flesh-eating humanoids.
I enjoyed this short and also appreciated the author not using the word zombie. He has a new name for them that fits. Blackmore also has a style that resembles that of one of my fav authors, Mark Tufo. He makes you laugh and cringe at the same time, while physically urging him to get up and keep going!
If you enjoy audiobooks, listen to The Hospital.
Ratings: 👓👓👓👓👓/5 specs
*The Heavenfield is next.
**Audiobook was FREE, via Audible.com, from my personal library.
are the life source of Indie Authors the tool that creates Best Sellers! I know I do not have that much power, but I can sure add to it!