So some interesting things happened in this volume.
First, you see that Rick and Abraham are either going to absolutely hate each other and probably kill each other, or they are going to both go mad holding hands and be best friends. Hot and cold with these two. Their personalities are both dominating ones, so they aren’t getting along all that well.
You also get to learn a little more about Abraham’s past and why he is the way he is. Like what happened to his family; which, as it is expected, is really stinkin’ sad.
The third thing is that the group finally gets to deal with a legendary herd they kept hearing about from Abraham. And I am talking like two thousand little roamers. Like that’s insane. How have they not come across a herd yet is really the question.
The twins are up to something not good… well, nothing yet… but you know it is coming.. because they are doing creepy things that are letting me know they aren’t mentally stable.
*she says as she uses a GIF that will let readers know what she is talking about without actually revealing it.*
Thing five and six are things I can not actually talk about because it’s too sensitive. Like seriously, you shouldn’t be reading this series unless you are like in your twenties.
05. Maggie did something that I will never completely forgive her for.
06. The thing that almost happened that involved Carl. Like absolutely cannot deal.
I can’t talk about that anymore without getting either blazing mad or blubbery sad.
But on a good yet sad note, we introduced Morgan again! He has seen some things and he is not the same person anymore, but he is going to add some new dynamics to the characters I am sure.