So, if I was trapped during a zombie apocalypse, a bookstore would be perfect! Allison and her co-workers are trapped, you guessed it, in a bookstore. Not for long, since supplies are low and they need to look for more.
I liked how this was told through blog posts and it mostly worked. I did expect more past tense writing, but it mainly was told through present tense. Everything is down; except for the SNet, the military's wireless network. So, she is able to post, and others are able to read it. The comments were interesting for the information it gave about things happening elsewhere.
I think I would have enjoyed this more if I liked Allison more. I didn't like how the group of women, when Allison and Ted got a safer zone, were portrayed. They were religious zealots bent on sabotaging anything their safer area. Not to mention, they were CRAZY. Allison didn't have any compassion or empathy for Lydia. Lydia's only "crime" was being married to a certain someone and not being dead.
Overall, not bad, not great. This was different.