I love zombies! Vampires too...but I digress...
As one reader mentioned there are a few grammar/spelling issues, but it definitely doesn't take away from the story. It was raw, as I imagine a zombie's existence would be. I was surprised by a few things...I won't give those away...but they made the story and showed what the writer was trying to get across, I believe, the darkest parts of humanity.
One of my favorite scenes was when the main character, in zombie form, was frozen to the ground in a field. The description of her pain was so graphic and realistic, I could almost feel it myself. The progression of the rot in her body was also written in a very realistic way.
I liked the writing style too. It was very poetic, very thought-provoking. This is a book that makes you think about humanity, what we're capable of, how we can be monsters without ever being turned into a flesh-eating zombie. This was a very enjoyable read for me! And I definitely recommend it to others.