I absolutely adore reading - my love for books has had a huge impact on my life! I'm going to grad school to be a children's/YA librarian.
I am amazed by how much I like this book so far. It's my first experience with zombies, so I don't know how much of these explanations can be credited to Isaac Marion himself, but so much of this book is so well-thought-out, such as why zombies eat brains (to get a taste of how it feels to be alive again). The story is a bit slow-moving, but R is sweet, though awkward, and I like reading about his experiences. The one thing that does seem a bit inconsistent is how intelligent he appears to be. Trust me, I'm grateful that the story's narrator is eloquent and perceptive, but it does conflict with the image he presents of the other zombies, who are, well, just what you'd expect of zombies. But maybe this will be explained later on?