Just wanted to give a quick review of the Novel; Walking Dead; the Descent, by Robert Kirkman, Jay Bonansinga
This novel is set in Woodbury post the reign of the Governor. Lilly Caul, whom we have followed in earlier novels becomes the natural, if not reluctant leader.
Featured are herds of Walkers and the logical means by which the survivors must deal with not only the threat they pose, but how to protect those in Woodbury and whether they should help other survivors they encounter, by risking their lives.
The main challenge though comes from a charismatic preacher and his flock that join our heroine's rebuilt community.
This was the best of the novels offered so far. It nicely immerses you in the world of the Walking Dead. The inner dialogue of characters really helps round out the experience one might have in this type of environment.
Probably I liked it more because it did not have any of the TV characters this time, who seemed markedly different in their novel versions from those we've come to know as viewers of the show.
I'm not a comic book reader, so I can't speak to how closely it follows those works.