The days of being afraid of the walking dead are long since past. While they still prove to be a menace when they are found in massive herds numbering in the hundreds of thousands if not the millions, it is now the living that can be the most terrifying. Humanity is clawing to regain its place, and some will do anything to ensure their own survival...even at the cost of others.
The world is a wide-open place, and lawlessness abounds. The fate of civilization hangs in a delicate balance. With nobody looking over your shoulder, would you choose good...or evil? The choices made by a few could mean the end of hundreds of lives and reduce the chances that man will outlast the zombie in a world without order.
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Where are you leading? i am following!
Death, Double-crossing, help!!
Since my favorites mostly are with the Dearly Departed, i would have to say Talia is one of my favorites. She is at the stage of knowing enough to get out of some situations but not knowing quite enough to stay out of even more.
i liked the whole rescuing Talia part. It showed her a whole new appreciation and understanding of her community and who she grew up thinking she knew
The end of the book... how could you leave it hanging that way? lol!
Kate going a bit crazy made me feel sorry for her a little bit, but she has fallen out of my "good graces" with her stunts lately
Kate i feel is my getting to be my least favorite. I liked how she was with Kevin and how they balanced each other out, but now Kate is becoming more like the "leaders" i don't care for at all by walking into a place that is and has been working for years and years and not liking one thing so try to shake everything up.... in the past all this type of thing has done is bring on the downfall of that town or society, it has never improved or made it stronger... but i guess there could be a first for everything... Can't wait to read the next book and find out where this all leads...
- Jennifer Mulder
Sure and steady.
- Kenneth Nelson