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text 2017-12-17 19:33
Not actually about the book.
The Walking Dead Volume 29 - Robert Kirkman

 

I'm looking forward to reading this book when it comes out in 2018.  But that's not really what I'm posting about.  I've just finished marking this as "Planning to read" here on Booklikes and separately marking it "Want to read" on Goodreads.  LIKE A SAVAGE. Because my Booklikes to Goodreads sync stopped working.  And yes, I tried to disconnect the sync and then reconnect.  I was able to accomplish the first part of that.  But now when I try to connect again, I find that clicking the "connect" button does nothing.  The page pretends it is "processing [my] request," but that is a lie, and the stupid green "connect" button continues to sit there and look at me.  Like it doesn't know what I'm talking about.

 

[Yes, I am frustrated.  I posted about this in the "Bug Report" group, but no response.  Now I have posted there a second time AND sent a "support" email.]

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review 2017-12-17 19:08
Holy [Bleep]!
The Walking Dead Volume 28 - Robert Kirkman

 

 

A giant herd of zombies is headed toward the band of survivors.  They need to act fast and implement a plan to draw them away and destroy them.  Will they succeed?

 

Something BIG happens in this volume.  I am not happy about it, but it's the kind of thing that can be expected in the world the characters live in.  I don't want to say more about this, because I'd need to write a spoiler to do so.  And I want to keep this review spoiler-free.

 

I am going to be interested in the way the events of this book affect what happens next.  There have been some major shifts in this volume.  At this point, I foresee that I'll stick with this series as long as it continues.  But is there a payout in sight?

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review 2017-11-29 17:26
I Love This Twisted Rancid Series
Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead: Return to Woodbury (The Walking Dead Series) - Jay Bonansinga,Robert Kirkman

I love this series ! Picture a certain crazed actor jumping on the couch of TV Talk Queen 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 fantastic ! Lilly, sweet little Lilly, what have you turned into ?    I admit to wishing her dead back in the early books. She was so pitiful, weak and stupid back then. I really am too quick to judge, shame on me.  So Lilly is the unexpected MC of this book, she leads several of her groupies from the clean comfort of a Swedish mega store and back to Woodbury.  She misses her old sweet home. What ? You'd have to drag my Swedish Meatball Stuffed body out by the ankles. So they leave comfort heaven to head back to the past, and the past is really rancid and mad.  

We have a new ultra level of nutter join or crew of unhappy red shirt travelers. Yup, there are a lot of red shirts, dying all over the place. It's TWD and so much better than the TV show. 

The ending was a shocker, I never saw that coming. I cried  like a baby, ugly tears, you know scrunched up face, twisted and pained snorts coming from a dark deep pain.  Now where is the next book ?

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text 2017-11-28 17:00
Reading progress update: I've read 173 out of 288 pages.
Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead: Return to Woodbury (The Walking Dead Series) - Jay Bonansinga,Robert Kirkman

Holy Shiitake !

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text 2017-11-26 16:59
Reading progress update: I've read 73 out of 288 pages.
Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead: Return to Woodbury (The Walking Dead Series) - Jay Bonansinga,Robert Kirkman

Omg OH MY GAWD    

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