Interesting simple story similar to the television series. The characters were interesting but the deaths felt a bit anticlimactic. Pretty meh on the main character but toward the end he has some growth.
I am a huge fan of the comics and the show. I thought it was great to hear a different perspective of the governor. My complaint is that the dialogue and writing style is just not great. There was a lot of unnecessary descriptive words that became repetitive and distracting to the story. When it would be OK to say "a look of range came across his face" it would be more like "a look of rage, that of a bull ready to charge came over his face causing his eyes to glaze over like a crimson lake". It was way drawn out ridiculous descriptions for everything. The drawn out descriptions are good if they help you get a better picture but this was not the case in this novel.
Joshua "Bear" Jordan
I just have to say I will never look at the Governor the same again. The rest of the story of course was good. But his becoming I'm breathless. Great job you two! Awesome job to the narrator as well!
I'll admit that first I did struggle to stay interested, but once this story got my attention it definitely kept it. Long time Walking Dead fan, the difference between the book and the TV series was exciting and refreshing.