• Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead: Search and Destroy

  • By: Jay Bonansinga
  • Narrated by: Fred Berman
  • Length: 9 hrs and 37 mins
  • 4.5 out of 5 stars (430 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead: Search and Destroy! The latest in Jay Bonansinga's New York Times best-selling series! 

What could possibly go wrong? 

For one brief moment, it seems Lilly and her plague-weary band of survivors might just engineer a better tomorrow. Banding together with other small town settlements, they begin a massive project to refurbish the railroad between Woodbury and Atlanta. The safer travel will begin a new post-apocalyptic era of trade, progress, and democracy. Little do they know, however, that trouble is brewing back home.

©2016 Robert Kirkman (P)2016 Macmillan Audio

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great series

I would recommend this series to everyone it is a great book in a great series.

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Great addition to the Lilly Cull Saga

Really enjoyed the story even though Half of it I was cursing Lilly out for being impatient and dumb. She takes too many damn risks, but still manages to survive. I like when our heroes win, but the shear luck of this young lady in this particular book is somewhat hard to believe.

Still a solid book in the series, but being relatable is part of the pull to these post apocalyptic zombie tales of humanity. Just felt like a stretch of reality at times. yes I get the irony of talking about reality in a fictional world. lol. Berman is a great narrator as usual.

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Ugh, I barely made it through the entire story

Would you try another book from Jay Bonansinga and/or Fred Berman?

I would not try another book by Jay Bonansinga based on this how awful this story was.

What do you think your next listen will be?

Road To Woodbury

If this book were a movie would you go see it?

No Way

Any additional comments?

I wanted to like this so badly, alas it was horrible

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Horrible! That is all.

Very disapointed. Dull. Silly. Waste of a credit. Could not even finish it. Was expecting so much more.

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A little "tired"

Have to say the plot line here is getting a little tired. Saw the ending a mile away and even though that is ok sometimes - the plot leading up to it was way way too predictable .... Better luck next time

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Most of the Storyline made no sense

The actions of a lot of the characters made no sense and wasn't realistic. Miles walking off to his death, the crazy Doctor. Most of the plot and storyline was dreadful

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Disappointed

I had a difficult time listening to the end of this book. It drug along with a lot of fluff but no story. The first four books in the series were very good but after the fourth book it has been going down hill.

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Cliche, redundant fun

“At the very last moment”
“No one noticed”
Unnecessary suspense
The writing is incredibly repetitive, recycling every dramatic moment into new clothes. The story is fun as I garden, but I genuinely think this is a very, very poorly written series. Similarly to the Call of Duty franchise, it’s the same book over and over. Language is reused, characters die and are immediately replaced as to keep it moving. Characters are shallow and undeveloped. Book primarily
appeals to those who enjoyed the walking dead.

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Does not live up to the previous books.

I have read all of the books up to this point. This one was by far the worst. I really enjoyed all of the other ones. Something definitely changed with this one. Probably will not read the last one because of this.

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Its clear after the last few books

This writer has no knowledge of drugs. The way the characters pass out after smoking outdoor pot. Or the chemist uses Damiama for a trip scene thats bogus. Its like he googled trippy wild herbs and used the first one.

Otherwise great reading and I love Lilys adventure so far.