#Review: The Hopsital by Keith C. Blackmore @KeithCB1
I am quick to state to authors I do not read anything dealing with zombies or vampires. With zombies it seems all stories are all the same zombies are all trying to eat the humans and there is not much else involved with the story. Well I have found an author that left the part out that irritates me and wrote a story worthy of Stephen King if the master of horror wrote about zombies.
The Hospital was offered as free on Audible. I have quickly gotten into audio books. As it allows me to work and listen to books. When starting this book I did not know it was about zombies. I quickly figured out it was but I was so engrossed in the story that did not matter. The story is not just about zombies it has action with a thriller and horror that will bring readers (or listeners) to the edge of their seat.
I do not know who the narrator was but I really enjoyed the roughness I felt in his voice. The thrill that he projected in my mind throughout the whole story I did not just hear or read the book I lived it.
I highly recommend this book to any who enjoy a good horror.
I purchased this audio book at Audible.
“Mountain Man” Augustus Berry is a survivor in undead suburbia. He scavenges what he can from what’s left over. He is very careful in what he does and where he goes, taking no chances, no unnecessary risks, and weighing every choice… until he decides to visit the hospital at the edge of town, and experiences terror the likes he’s never encountered before.
A zombie apocalypse short story of approximately 9500 words, or 29 pages. The first story of the “Mountain Man” series. Contains language and graphic violence. This short story also appears in the horror fiction novella “Cauldron Gristle.”
If you enjoy this, check out the rest of the series.
Complete Series order:
The Hospital (short story)