From the ashes of a devastated Woodbury, Georgia, come two opposing camps of ragtag survivors, battling for domination in Invasion by Jay Bonansinga, the sixth novel in the bestselling spin-off series Robert Kirkman's The Walking Dead.
Underground, in the labyrinth of ancient tunnels and mine shafts, Lilly Caul and her motley crew of senior citizens, misfits, and children struggle to build a new life. But a secret ambition still burns inside her: she wants her beloved town of Woodbury back from the plague of walkers, and now the only thing that stands in her way currently roams the wasted backwaters of Georgia . . .
Way out in the hinterlands, amidst the rising tide of walkers pushing in from all directions, the psychotic Reverend Jeremiah Garlitz rebuilds his army of followers with a diabolical secret weapon. Intending to destroy Lilly and her crew - the very people who vanquished his cultish church - he now has the means to bring a special brand of hell down upon the tunnel dwellers.
The final confrontation between these two human factions unleashes an unthinkable weapon - forged from the monstrous hordes of undead, perfected by a madman, and soaked in the blood of innocents.
Robert Kirkman is an American comic book writer. His first creation was Battle Pope, which he co-wrote with Tony Moore, and in 2003 they began the comic book series The Walking Dead, set in a George A. Romero zombie movie-inspired world.
Jay Bonansinga is a thriller writer and screenwriter, whose novels have been translated into numerous languages. His debut novel, The Black Mariah, was a finalist for a Bram Stoker award. He has worked with Robert Kirkman writing the New York Times bestselling series of novels, The Walking Dead.