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Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book. Jay Bonansinga Goodre Author. The first book explained how the Governor was created; this thrilling sequel to The New York Times bestseller further reveals his ruthless, inhuman conquest of Woodbury The zombie plague unleashes its horrors on the suburbs of Atlanta without warning, pitting the living against the dead.

Caught in the mass exodus, Lilly Caul struggles to survive in a series of ragtag encamp The first book explained how the Governor was created; this thrilling sequel to The New York Times bestseller further reveals his ruthless, inhuman conquest of Woodbury The zombie plague unleashes its horrors on the suburbs of Atlanta without warning, pitting the living against the dead. Caught in the mass exodus, Lilly Caul struggles to survive in a series of ragtag encampments and improvised shelters.

But the Walkers are multiplying. Dogged by their feral hunger for flesh and crippled by fear, Lilly relies on the protection of good Samaritans by seeking refuge in a walled-in town once known as Woodbury, Georgia. At first, Woodbury seems like a perfect sanctuary.

Squatters barter services for food, people have roofs over their he, and the barricade expands, growing stronger every day. Best of all, a mysterious self-proclaimed leader named Philip Blake keeps the citizens in line. But Lilly begins to suspect that all is not as it seems… Blake, who has recently begun to call himself The Governor, has disturbing ideas about law and order.

Ultimately, Lilly and a band of rebels open up a Pandora's box of mayhem and destruction when they challenge The Governor's reign… and the road to Woodbury becomes the highway to hell in this riveting follow-up to Robert Kirkman and Jay Bonansinga's New York Times bestselling The Walking Dead: Rise of the Governor. Get A Copy. HardcoverFirst Editions.

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Sort order. May 18, Christa Maurice rated it did not like it. While the action and the basic story were pretty good, the writing was awful. And if the Josh endlessly referred to as "the big man" had called his girlfriend 'babygirl' one more time I was going to scream. I wasn't impressed with the characters either for the most part. One of the main female characters regularly froze up when she was frightened. How Seeking a awesome Woodbury girl she supposed to survive a zombie attack?

The deer in the headlights usually gets run While the action and the basic story were pretty good, the writing was awful. The deer in the headlights usually gets run over. And her friend who was sleeping with all the husbands in the original group? If I had survived a zombie attack with my husband and children and she started sniffing around I'd draw her away from the group and bash her head in with a rock.

I need his attention focused on being a good caveman protector, not the convenient tail in the next tent. Also, at the beginning of the book, a group of survivors is putting up a circus tent to use as a community center for their tent community. There are zombies roving the land so of course the first thing you're going to do is put up a giant tent that will block your view while not offering any kind of serious protection.

Later they find a Walmart and decide to NOT stay there because it's too dangerous.

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Hmm, we'll put up a tent for protection, but a big store with only a front entrance and a loading dock to fortify that's already loaded with supplies and probably surrounded by a large parking lot that would offer a long view to approaching trouble, we'll walk away from that because it's too dangerous. When does the next season start? View all 8 comments. Oct 18, Samantha rated it it was ok Shelves: zombiesdystopianhorror.

If you have read "The Rise of the Governor" or are current with "The Walking Dead" graphic novels Seeking a awesome Woodbury girl the ending of this book is in no way surprising. The whole book felt like Robert Kirkman rushed through it just to get another book out there to sell. The characters were kind of lame and there was some serious slut shaming going on that was off-putting.

Perhaps Kirkman was trying to identify with the ladies, but his idea of lady seems to be scared, fragile angel or slutty, pothead-prostit Meh. Perhaps Kirkman was trying to identify with the ladies, but his idea of lady seems to be scared, fragile angel or slutty, pothead-prostitute ha!

Not that the men's characters were much more evolved in this book either. What this book does right, on the other hand, is expertly describe a zombie battle scene. From black bile to dripping flesh I felt like I was witnessing each and every fight first hand!

The word "greasy" may have been a bit overused however, but other than that the descriptions were awesome. I'm giving it a 2 because it was just ok and not a greasy drop of zombie intestine more. View 1 comment.

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Mar 21, Jim rated it did not like it Shelves: horror. This book is nominally a sequel to Rise of the Governor; I say nominally because we don't see an of the characters or plot thre from that book until this one is about half over. So in that regard, right off the bat this book disappoints.

What about in other regards? To be honest, it isn't very well-written. The characters are deeply stupid and the writing is incredibly repetitive, and that is a bad, bad combination. I lost count of how many times the narration would point out that because of This book is nominally a sequel to Rise of the Governor; I say nominally because we don't see an of the characters or plot thre from that book until this one is about half over. I lost count Seeking a awesome Woodbury girl how many times the narration would point out that because of what they were doing, the characters didn't notice walkers around them and suddenly they were in danger.

It just got boring and annoying after awhile, as did the poorly developed romances and sudden changes in a character's personality. Honestly, the only reason I could give anyone to read this book is that it provides a bit of back story about some of what goes on in Woodbury And since even the back story really isn't necessary, you can skip this book entirely.

Oct 05, Kaitlyn rated it liked it Shelves: ownedsci-fi-fantasyzombies. This is a prequel, parallel, or companion novel to the main comic series, depending how you approach it. The main characters have been introduced in the comics as Woodbury residents under The Governor, but have not been deeply explored. The first thing you notice about the novel is the sheer of adjectives and adverbs. In the first few chapters we are treated to run-on sentences that initially seek to physically describe the characters. Inevitably these end with descriptions of personality. Telling, not showing, is a real issue in this novel.

The characters were hit and miss. Lilly feels a bit like a blank slate with few strong characteristics. Josh feels like a walking stereotype. Megan I felt was the most flawed, interesting, and realistic character, but unfortunately she was only used as a whore for comparison, to show how virtuous our Lilly is.

Bob Seeking a awesome Woodbury girl also flawed, and evoked some real sympathy from me. What screen time the Governor has was well-used, exploring his sick pathology a bit. Please note that I have only read the comics, not The Rise of the Governor novel. At under s, the novel could have been expanded a bit to flush out the characters more. The plot was simple but worked well for the novel. The pacing was excellent and the action well-written. There was one issue that really stuck in my craw. Throughout the novel is this, perhaps inadvertent, theme on slut-shaming. Girls are captured by groups of men and pinned down regularly.

Men coerce women into prostitution. There are vague threats of sexual assault. There is violent sex. I felt like this in general was both unrealisticand yes, even in a zombie apocalypse novel I expect some logical responses from charactersand damaging to women.

Women are treated as sex objects, vilified for voluntary sex, and forcible sex is never addressed even when it is threatened at every turn. I found that a bit insulting. Comparing this to the treatment of Andrea or Michonne from the comics heightens the difference. That all being said, it is still a solid zombie novel and miles beyond other popular works in the genre, such as those by Brian Keene. Note: Do not read this if you only watch the TV show.

There are some reveals in this that I feel are better revealed in the comics or in video. TL;DR: A decent zombie apocalypse novel mired in flat characters and sexism still manages to edge out other zombie novels. Great read for fans of the series. May 19, Alaina rated it really liked it Shelves: may-challengefictionsupernaturalparanormalfantasyhorrorsci-fidystopia. I definitely thought it was a lot better than the first one. Especially since it had the same narrator as before and I feel like I was less annoyed with him this time around.

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Probably because I was prepared for it and how he spoke. In this story, it's about a group of people travelling to Woodbury, which is a small town with actual humans living there. Along the way, they are constantly dealing with zombies and killing them. I almost wanted to gag at some parts but was intrigued to see how this one was going to end.

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