Rot & Ruin (Benny Imura, #1) - Jonathan Maberry A good coming of age story that takes a different look at the zombie apocalypse. The people of this book regard the zombies with some respect. They see them as dead family members, or members of someone somewhere. One of the characters brings up the point, "you wouldn't piss on someones grave", which makes sense in a way because when we go to a funeral or visit a grave we show respect in different fashions, so why would we not show some sort of respect to the dead just because they were infected or reanimated somehow.

All said I liked this book it is a zombie novel where the zombies aren't the ultimate bad guy.