The Walking Dead: The Road To Woodbury Reviews
Description:ISBN 0330541366 / Authors: Robert Kirkman & Jay Bonansinga / Paperback: 288 pages / Publisher: Tor / Published: 25 Oct 2012
Newest Review: ... a Mexican standoff, they accept an offer to go to Woodbury with them which is where they meet the Governor. The Governor is ... more
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Customer The Walking Dead: The Road To Woodbury Reviews (2)
by - written on 22/11/13 (Very useful, 34 readings)
If you don't have satellite tv, you may not be aware of the phenomenon that is the Walking Dead. This increasingly popular tv series is based on a series of comics by a man called Robert Kirkman, and this book is set in the same world and co-written by Kirkman and a man called Jay Bonansinga. My wife and I are loving both the tv series and the books, but I haven't given the comics a look as I'm not really into that kind of thing. This book follows a character called Lilly who is led to Woodbury by a series of events whilst travelling round in the zombie ridden American South. The group she is travelling with faces a internal power struggle, and one of the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/07/13 (Very useful, 134 readings)
The Walking Dead is one of my favourite things, as I am obsessed with all areas of it whether it be the comic books, television show or the novels. After reading the first Walking Dead book, I knew I'd have to read this one as the sequel to The Rise Of The Govenor. I bought the Road to Woodbury from WH Smiths after receiving a gift voucher for my birthday for £8. However, it's also for sale in places like Waterstones and Amazon at various prices. I think this is a pretty decent price as I would read it again after I'd forgotten some of the plotpoints as so much goes on it's hard to remember all of them. I'd say this is definitely more of a teenage ... Read the complete review
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