Rise of the Governor PDF/EPUB Û Rise of Epub /

Rise of the Governor PDF/EPUB Û Rise of  Epub / In the The Walking Dead universe, there is no greater villain than the Governor The despot who runs the walled off town of Woodbury, he has his own sick sense of justice whether it s forcing prisoners to battle zombies in an arena for the townspeople s amusement, or chopping off the appendages of those who cross him The Governor was voted Villain of the Year by Wizard magazine the year he debuted, and his story arc was the most controversial in the history of the The Walking Dead comic book series Now, for the first time, fans of The Walking Dead will discover how the Governor became the man he is, and what drove him to such extremes

10 thoughts on “Rise of the Governor

  1. Gina Gina says:

    I won this on Goodreads When I started this book I had no idea what the book was about I watched The Walking Dead when it aired last year and I thought it was A M Azing Before I read this book I had to do a little research on The Governor because I haven t read the comics and also the show hasn t introduced that character yet Also keep in mind that I basically only read YA books with a female as the main p.o.v So with that bein

  2. Jason Koivu Jason Koivu says:

    Realizing there wasn t enough horror in my reading world and being a fan of The Walking Dead tv show, I figured a book based on the backstory of one of the franchise s most notorious characters was a safe bet for some good reading I was correct Rise of the Governor is wall to wall anus puckering tension and heart thumping action The author s workman like prose powers the story forward at an almost non stop pace jesus there s a l

  3. Anthony Chavez Anthony Chavez says:

    As I have read the first compendium of 48 trade paperbacks that ended the original Governor story arc, I jumped at the chance to pick up this collaboration by series creator Robert Kirkman and horror writer Jay Bonansinga The Walking Dead Rise of the Governor is an amazing idea for a novel or trilogy I hear that the Governor is one of the series , and even comic books in general, most notorious and loathsome villains, and the not

  4. Lucy Lucy says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I made a series of mistakes when I picked this book up Everything I know about The Walking Dead series came from the television show I ve never been on this side of the street before, but suddenly I m that annoying person Harry Potter fans have been dealing with since 2001 You know, someone who always pictured Harry as Daniel Radcliffe and was never at

  5. Alaina Alaina says:

    Rise of the Governor was an okay and interesting audio book The pace was all over the pace to me though The first half of this book was moving so agonizingly slow for me It could ve been because I was at work and honestly didn t want to be there for 8 hours. or it could ve been that narrator was so meh I couldn t concentrate long enough in the beginning that I definitely had to back track a couple of times.Then the action got bett

  6. Yodamom Yodamom says:

    Audiobook Fabulous narrator Omg Shocking twists and truths revealed if you think you know The Governor you don t till you read this book He is not who has portrayed himself to be I think I might have sprained my jaw it dropped so far when I got the truth about who he is Holy Crisps, I could barely catch my breath.This first book stats with Phil, his brother Brian, his living daughter and two high school friends The plague has just d

  7. Patrick D& Patrick D& says:

    The Walking Dead, Rise of the Governor, should beaptly titled as mentioned by several other reviewers The Birth of the Governor If this book has a sequel, it would tell of the actual rise of the Governor In fact, I feel that given what this particular book is lacking, there would need to be a sequel to bridge the gap between what we have been introduced to with this story and what we see when Rick, Glenn, and Michonne stumble across

  8. Gabriel Gabriel says:

    Won in a Goodreads First Reads.Sigh.After greatly enjoying the first season of the AMC show and getting deep into the comics, I was looking forward to this I mean, good zombie novels are far and very few between They seem to work better as film horrors over novel horrors Even so, The Walking Dead comics did a wonderful job of transforming the brutality of George Romero zombie flicks into a written media.This book does NOT follow suit.

  9. Cyndi Cyndi says:

    I might have enjoyed this book muchif I had been a fan of the Walking Dead phenomenon Some of the fight scenes included way too much medical data And there are no heroes, this is how inherently bad people survive an apocalypse Killing zombies becomes so common place that committing atrocities on each other is easier, I guess Anyway, I did like the twist at the end so it was worth sticking with it for that.

  10. Brian Brian says:

    Okay, I am a HUGE zombie fan I have also been collecting the Walking Dead comic book since issue 2 and when I first heard about this novel, I was excited Kirkman explores the deeper thoughts feelings issues of a z apocalyptic world via the comic and now the TV show and I thought a novel would allow him to really sink his teeth into the material Also, he has never not in comics or TV dealt with the early days of the epidemic.If you haven

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