This book was great, gruesome, and frightening when I read it and due to Fred Berman's performance I think it is even more frightening. I love it just as much as I love the following novels. Just hope the next Walking Dead novel tells the story of something other than Woodbury.
Your not a true Walking Dead fan until you finish this book. If you think you know all there is to know about Phillip Blake your wrong. This book was ten times better than I thought it could be and the narrator did a great job of giving you the feeling that you are fighting for life against the walking dead
As a fan of the comic and tv show, I loved this book and the background story of the governor character. Although there are some similarities between the three storylines, the differences keep you listening and not knowing what to expect next. Would definitely recommend to others. For fans, this is a must read! The production was well done and easy to listen to. 5 Stars
I've read the graphic novels and watched the show. Both great. This is also great - and yet a slightly different perspective in my opinion -so far. I am enjoying the experience.
If the main character (Philip) had not been a rapist. He rapes 2 women over the course of the story. His sadistic torture of prisoners and the constant neanderthal bullying of his brother and friend gets tiring. Philip quickly becomes the character you wish would get dead.
Maybe. I will give the second one a try since it sounds like there is a different main character.
The rape of April and the rape of the the junkie prisoner by Philip.
If you don't hate Philip before the end of this book, there is probably something wrong with you.
I enjoyed this book very much, it was well written and kept my attention from beginning to end. Several parts even causing my hand to rise to my mouth in either fear or shock, like When the zombie almost got Penny from the back of the motorcycle. Or when Phillip tortured the couple out in the barn... But mostly how the book ends. (I won't give THAT away). I love this narrator, he puts himself into the story and you can actually feel the emotions of characters. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.