The Walking Dead series...has taken the zombie apocalypse story everyone has long since gotten over and done it transcendentally well for an unusually long time. Readers might suspect that in this fourth Walking Dead novel, "Descent," the charm might be wearing off [but] "Descent" maintains the series' strength due to the author's truly powerful ability to describe the series' world and to establish tone, pacing, kinesthetics, and every other nut and bolt that holds a good novel together. "Booklist on Descent"
The books are a really fun read...It's an interesting look at the universe that you already know and you might learn some things about your favorite characters you never knew. "FANBOLT on The Fall of the Governor: Part One and Part Two"
An entertaining read. "ComicBookMovie.com on The Walking Dead: The Road to Woodbury"
The novel fleshes out . . . backstories and connects them, giving depth to people who remained largely mysteries in the comic books. For comic book readers, the novel is full of easter eggs and surprise connections, making it not only entertaining, but necessarily for filling in the gaps left by the comic books . . . "The Road to Woodbury" is an essential read for any fan of The Walking Dead. "Examiner.com"
Zombie-apocalypse stories are perfect for miserable winter weather regardless, but for those obsessed with The Walking Dead (such as yours truly), this is essential reading. This is the epitome of a page-turner, and makes subway rides just breeze by. And, that end -woof. "REFINERY29 on The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor"
An excellent companion to the The Walking Dead comic books. The story is enriched by the novel format, and the characterization of the series' most hated villain is something no fan will want to miss. "Examiner.com on The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor"
This book stands alone and is a compelling read for fans of the series or just fans of zombies. Watch out though, because once you get a taste of the particular Kirkman brand of zombie mayhem, catching up on past issues is just around the corner. "The Ossuary on The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor"
The story makes a great novel. You'll get sucked in and can easily visualize everything that is happening. It's simply a great read. "Comicvine.com on The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor"
It takes great advantage of the literary medium in a way that most tie-in books would not. "TVOverMind.com on The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor"
Not for the faint of heart, this book runs on pressure-cooker suspense, graphically described bloodshed, and dark acts of brutality...This riveting character study adds a new dimension to the oeuvre by fleshing out established characters and plot lines. "School Library Journal on The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor""Reseña del editor:
Written by Jay Bonansinga, based on the original series created by Robert Kirkman, "The Walking Dead: Descent" follows the events of "The Fall of the Governor," and Lilly Caul's struggles to rebuild Woodbury after the Governor's shocking demise.
Out of the ashes of its dark past, Woodbury, Georgia, becomes an oasis of safety amidst the plague of the walking dead a town reborn in the wake of its former tyrannical leader, Philip Blake, aka The Governor.
Blake's legacy of madness haunts every nook and cranny of this little walled community, but Lilly Caul and a small ragtag band of survivors are determined to overcome their traumatic past despite the fact that a super-herd is closing in on them.
This vast stampede of zombies, driven by inexorable hunger and aimed directly at Woodbury, becomes their first true test. But Lilly and company refuse to succumb, and in a stunning counteroffensive, the beleaguered townspeople save themselves by joining forces with a mysterious religious sect fresh from the wilderness.
Led by an enigmatic preacher named Jeremiah, this rogue church group seems tailor made for Woodbury and Lilly's dream of a democratic, family-friendly future. The two factions meld into one, the town prospers, and everything seems hopeful for the first time since the plague broke out.
But things especially in the world of the walking dead are often not what they seem. Jeremiah and his followers harbor a dark secret, the evidence of which very gradually begins to unravel.
Along with a popular TV show also based on Kirkman's AMC comic books, "The Walking Dead "franchise is just getting better and better with Bonansinga's newest novel. In a stunning and horrifying finale, the world for Lilly and her close friends is turned upside down, and it is solely up to Lilly Caul to cleanse the town once and for all of its poisonous fate."
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