I'll be honest...

I really helped edit the Rise of the Governor pages until I thought they were as good as they were going to get. However with this book? I really just don't feel any urge to spend time on it. I really thought this novel was bland when compared to the first, to the point where I only ever felt like I HAD to keep reading near the end during the attempted coup. I mean that whole description you read on the book? Bullshit, none of that happens until near the end. And on top of that the continuity errors are astounding. Anyone else feel that way?JokersFlame (talk) 23:32, November 21, 2012 (UTC)


Really not interested in reading this because I like to think it doesn't exist. I like the idea that Lilly in the video game is Lilly in the comics and the actions that you did in the game caused her to go to Woodbury, not this crap in Road to Woodbury. However is it possible that after Lilly left the group, she kind of went mad and started hallucinating? I was thinking, although I haven't read it, if her dad (Everett Ray Caul in this book) is just referred to and doesn't actually appear, maybe she is just making it up or just chose to forget what actually happens and that's why she has his name mixed up, since Everett is Lee's last name.

I really think Robert Kirkman messed up Lilly in this book, having her in the game was a great idea.  


No, Kirkman had begun writing RTW, Before the game gone into developingTeam Schrute 18:54, December 21, 2012 (UTC)

Date inconsistencies?

In the novel, there is a paragraph that reads:

"The National Weather Service out of Peachtree City—still limping along on generators and shortwave radios—issues an early warning that week on as many frequencies as they can spark. But very few listeners benefit from the news. Only a handful of souls hear the frantic voice of the harried meteorologist, Barry Gooden, ranting about the blizzard of ’93 and the floods of 2009."

Isn't this supposed to be happening in 2003? The floods haven't happened yet!

In another part, it says:

"On Friday of that week, in the wee hours of the night—Bob notes in his paper calendar that the date is November 9"

November 9 can only fall on a friday if the year is 2001, 2007 or 2012. Maybe they used a calendar of the year that the book was released instead of the year that it's supposed to be? Maybe Bob could have been mistaken.

Salvatoor (talk) 06:23, March 18, 2013 (UTC)