This book made my commute to work this morning so much more entertaining!
This is a diary from the early days of the zombie plague. Not much is known about the author before his "infection" turns him into a zombie. All is written in haiku format which is highly entertaining, gross, and hilarious, all at the same time.
Some keepers from the book itself are:
Brains are less squishy
and a tad bit more squeaky
than someone might guess.
Little old ladies
speed away in their wheelchairs,
frightened meals on wheels.
I can't remember
how to open this window,
so I'll just stand here.
Thinking about Dad
makes me think of better times,
but then back to meat.
would be much more difficult
inside a coffin.
And so much more...so if you heart zombies, like I do, I suggest you get to reading this one.