The Walking Dead: The Road to Woodbury

By: Robert Kirkman,Jay Bonansinga

Catalogue Number: Y7B-8X6J

The Walking Dead: The Road to Woodbury

  • Format: Paperback
  • Publisher: Pan Macmillan
  • ISBN: 9780330541367
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Synopsis

It is a dangerous world that Lilly lives in. The walking dead lurk in every corner, massacring anyone they can get their hands on. Nowhere is safe. But when a terrifying ordeal leaves numerous dead, Lilly and her companions are forced out of their tented community and into the open. Safety seems to come in the form of Woodbury, a gated compound with food and protection. Yet it's not long before the wanton dangers of Woodbury reveal themselves, and the Governor's despotic rule of the compound threatens to undermine everything Lilly believes in. Because sometimes the dead aren't the biggest threat. It's the living ...Praise for The Walking Dead novels: 'A perfect introduction ...and a great service to all those folks who've walked with these zombies before', StarburstMagazine.com, 'The novel makes for an exciting, grippingly intense and at times gruesome one-off read' BookGeeks.co.uk, 'The novel hooked me from the first page ...begs to be read' Geeksofdoom.com

Author's Biography

Robert Kirkman is an American comic book writer. His first creation was Battle Pope, which he co-wrote with Tony Moore, and in 2003 they began the comic book series The Walking Dead, set in a George A. Romero zombie movie-inspired world. Jay Bonansinga is a thriller writer and screenwriter, whose novels have been translated into nine languages. His debut novel, The Black Mariah, was a finalist for a Bram Stoker award.

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