Everyone loves a good zombie story; it’s basically human nature. It seems that there is some type of subconscious desire to experience and understand what happens when humanity loses itself and becomes animalistic and base. Coinciding with this is the desire to see people overcome their baseness, their personal zombies. But what happens when zombies aren’t the biggest problem? In the novel Feed, author Mira Grant takes a graphic and hard look at life after a zombie apocalypse, where zombies are merely a part of the background and not the focal point of the story.