If you've already read the original 'Alice in Wonderland,' you are already 90% done with 'Alice in Zombieland.' In fact, Cook changed very few elements of the story--he didn't add to the story--he merely threw Lewis Carroll's masterpiece into a text editor and changed the names of the characters and added new description details.
I mean, you, the simple reader could do the same as Cook with limited thought. Go to project [...], search 'Alice in Wonderland,' load it onto your computer, copy the words into your word processor, now, search the name of a character and insert the new menacing name. Don't worry if you miss a few entries. Cook doesn't. His book is riddled with mistakes, such as Mock Turtle who becomes Corpse Turtle, and then mistakenly becomes Mock Turtle again--one small example.
If you are a Seth Grahame-Smith fan, avoid 'Alice in Zombieland.' Seth G. revamped 'Pride and Prejudice' with new scenes, he didn't just rename characters and food ("tarts" become "meat pies"). And Cook, if you read this, I want my money back. Oh, my toddler is now rewriting Charles Dickens 'A Christmas Carol' using your technique. So far, we've surpassed you in character renaming and minor description changes.