The author continues to pull me into the story. I like how this and the previous story pushed you to the next one, but it wasn't exactly a hard cliffhanger.
The nature of Clair and John's relationship was made clear here. That's cool and expected, but in light of the realities of the zombie apocalypse, I still wonder if there might be a later spark when this current community collapses, it seems as though it doesn't have the personnel to be a solid and longlasting community..
The red eyes continue to get smarter, although we don't really learn anything new about them. I look forward to seeing how they evolve further.
In the back of my mind is that bite on the arm of Clair in Book 1, will it ever have any issues? Especially in light of her present status...
At any rate, the community looks like it probably is not the strongest, so there will probably be a book 3...and I can't wait to read it.
Spoilers are all up in here so if you don’t want to know, then you don’t need to read.
Ok. so I like the TV show and thought I would just read the comics. so Rick wakes up after a coma and things are relatively calm. He falls down and calls for the nurse, but no one comes. He falls down, waits a bit, and then finally decides to go asking around. What the hell is going on?
Well he finds, I think the cafeteria and decides to open it up to see what’s up. And he sees a ton of zombies all up in there, and when they see him they see the dinner bell chiming and head on over. Rick realizes that he better get up out of there and takes a run. But one zombie gets to him and they struggle
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It’s about time, I thought to myself as I drove on that highway on the way to Atlanta Georgia for the big spiritual awakening conference. I could hardly contain my enthusiasm as I thought about Bishop Carlton Short and the other powerful preachers of the Gospel.
I needed a word, no I needed to see God’s working with my eyes and feel it with my hands. It had been twenty years since I had been on vacation from preaching and now I longed for the opportunity to be recharged.
As I drove I saw an elderly woman in a car stopped on the side of the road. She was trying to muscle the spare tire out of the trunk in a way that demonstrated that she was never going to get it out.
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