I read more of: Walking Dead Book 2 and 3


I read more of: Walking Dead Book 2 and 3

I finally picked up Book 2, allowing me to read through both 2 and 3. I didn’t plan on finishing them both in such short order, but I found I could barely break mid-book. It was consistently a page turner. Book 1 had an excellently structured narrative, if the main plot was a bit generic. Book 2 and 3 have a harder time keeping the narrative with a fresh delivery (stylistically, we’ve seen the ‘must-turn-page to see attack’ in Book 1), but it is still strong and new, more original plot points are introduced.

Each book has a distinct story arc, as if it was written in a style meant to be compiled in the hardcover book form.

Still, it’s going to be a long wait for Book 4 to be available….

Don't tell me the ending to: The Walking Dead

Walking Dead Cover

Don’t tell me the ending to: The Walking Dead


This zombie story is as cliche as they get. It also in a very well done way. I’ve finished reading Book 1, and cannot wait to see what happens next.

The story centers on the characters, and what they go through, rather than trying to scare or show off interesting zombie designs. As old characters go crazy under the circumstances or are eaten by zombies, new and interesting characters are brought into the story. When surprises are used, they always appear on the left page, so you have turn the page in order to see them. The Art style is well done and while on the unrealistic or cartoon side still makes the characters feel more real and grounded with costume design and expression. One other word can be used to describe The Walking Dead: