Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead: Return to WoodburyThe Walking Dead Series (Volume 8)
Written by Jay Bonansinga, based on the series created by Robert Kirkman; read by Fred Berman
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The newest terrifying audiobook in the Walking Dead series, thrillingly written by horror master Jay Bonansinga, is truly infectious...
Lilly Caul has risked everything.
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, a place of warmth and comfort.
But for Lilly Caul, something is missing...
She still dreams of her former home—the quaint little village known as Woodbury—a place of heartache as well as hope. For Lilly, Woodbury, Georgia, 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... to reclaim that little oasis in the wilderness.
Against all odds, against the wishes of her people, Lilly leads a ragtag group of true believers back across the impossible landscape of walker swarms, flooded rivers, psychotic bands of murderers, and dangers the likes of which she has never known. Along the way, she discovers a disturbing truth about herself. She is willing to go to the darkest place in order to survive, in order to save her people, in order to do the one thing she knows she has to do: Return to Woodbury.
At first glance, the figures now wandering through this grid of perfectly decorated interiors might be mistaken for masters of the manor, residents of some gracious old mansion strolling the confines of their burnished mahogany...
Praise for Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead: Return to Woodbury
Praise for The Walking Dead novels
“Descent maintains the series’ strength due to the author’s truly powerful ability to describe the series’ world and to establish tone, pacing, kinesthetics, and every other nut and bolt that holds a good novel together.” —Bookliston Descent
“The books are a really fun read...It’s an interesting look at the universe that you already know and you might learn some things about your favorite characters you never knew.” —Fanbolt on The Fall of the Governor: Part One and Part Two
“An entertaining read.” —ComicBookMovie.com on The Road to Woodbury