Read Return to Woodbury (The Walking Dead #8) Online Free - "Return to Woodbury by Jay Bonansinga is the eighth novel in Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead spin-off series, is based on the award-winning comic books and blockbuster television show.
She has weathered over four years of the apocalypse. She has done things that she would not have dreamt of doing in her darkest nightmares. But she has survived. And now, she has staked a claim in the plague-ravaged city of Atlanta. It is a safe haven for her people, rising high above the walker-ridden streets.
But for Lilly Caul, something is missing . . .
She still dreams of her former home, the little village known as Woodbury – a place of heartache as well as hope. For Lilly, Woodbury has become a symbol of the future, of family, of a return to normal life amidst this hell on earth. The call is so powerful that Lilly decides to risk everything in order to go back . . .
Against all odds, Lilly leads a ragtag group of survivors across the impossible landscape of walker swarms, flooded rivers, bands of murderers and untold dangers. Along the way, she discovers a disturbing truth about herself. She is determined to return to Woodbury. No matter what the cost."
|Title||:||Return to Woodbury (The Walking Dead #8)|
|Number of Pages||:||288 pages|
November 29, 2017
I love this series ! Picture a certain crazed actor jumping on the couch professing his love, that's how I feel about this series. Each book has taken me to my ultimate dark dank putrid happy place. Oh the characters, they are so real, complete and sometimes nuttier than a fruit cake, it's fanta...
August 23, 2017
So, confession time.
I don’t read every book in this series. I pick them up based on whether or not the plot interest me. I’ve also gotten a bit away from TWD on TV and find that I’m preferring to sit down and read an epic book.
And I’m happy to say that Return to Woodbury is definitely epic.
November 14, 2017
really difficult getting through this one. The book doesn't flow together well and the characters aren't well developed. The author kills characters off people liked just as soon as you get to know them a little bit.
January 03, 2018
Laaaazy. Lazy writing abounds in this series--I mean it has almost the same plots as the last book--like in the last one, Norma gets swept away to certain doom from the group (last time was sewer, this time zombie infested river), like in the last one they leave a place of almost complete and tot...
October 31, 2017
It is four years into the zombie apocalypse and Lilly Caul has a group of survivors staying at an Ikea in Atlanta. Although this seems like the perfect place to be, Lilly is restless and dreams of Woodbury. Using the argument that the Ikea is a giant target for those wanting to stay, Lilly is pus...
December 19, 2017
I didn't enjoy this one as much as I hoped; it felt somewhat formulaic, in that events proceeded in much the same fashion as the previous few novels, revolving around a nutjob of one flavour or another working to destroy the survivors for reasons (TM). As with the previous books, Lily's obsessed...
October 17, 2017
This is the first book I have read in this series. Additionally, I have yet to watch a single episode of the Walking Dead on television. Although, I know a good zombie book when I read one. This book is such a book. It is great. Despite having never read any of the other books in this series, I w...
October 01, 2017
Thank you to the publisher and Net Galley for the opportunity to read Return to Woodbury for review.
To start with I am a fan of both The Walking Dead comics and The Walking Dead tv series. I have not however read any of the books in this spin off series before.
There was a lot that I did like ab...
October 19, 2017
I was really looking forward to this after the last one but at the end despite some big things happening it just feels like a tiny drop in the ocean of what it could have been. There's no big new story just another slightly loony guy and good ol' zombies.
The characters felt pretty flat relying on...
November 16, 2017
This is the seventh eighth novel in a series of which I’ve only read the first and second books. I didn’t feel like I was missing big chunks of the story, but had I known I was skipping six books, I may not have read this one. And that would have been a shame.
Lilly Caul and a large group of survi...