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The Walking Dead, Vol. 10 by Robert Kirkman
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Apr 23, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: borrowed-from-public-library

I understand that the child rape that almost occurs might be too much for some, but I have to point out that if the end of the world is going on, and everyone that is surviving feels free to do whatever they want, there will inevitably be the worst things imaginable going on. Surviving in a world like that obviously changes the people living in it.

Anyway. Loved the mullet line, but was surprised that one of the characters is suddenly blaming Rick for everything when finding another random house to live in isn't going to be hard. And I was happy the book answered my question about the dad and son in the first book.

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