Zom-B, Zom-B Underground, Zom-B City, Zom-B Angels, Zom-B Baby, Zom-B Gladiator, Zom-B Mission, From Darren Shan, the Master of Horror, comes the . Zom-B Angels has ratings and reviews. Miranda said: Giant red arrows lure B in To Superhero Recruitment Day?Becky B Smith follows a serie. ZOM-B Angels by Darren Shan – B Smith is offered a base with the revitalised angels, but is unsure whether siding with them is the right move. When an old.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you aom-b to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. After spending the last few months wandering around Darrren city filled with the dead–B Smith has given up hope for any sign of normal human existence.
Darern then B finds strange signs all over the city–a “Z” plus red arrows. Following them, B finds The Angels– a group gathered in the angela of combating the evil dead and the forces that introduced them.
But all is not a After spending the last few months wandering around London–a city filled with the dead–B Smith has given up hope for any sign of normal human existence.
But all is not as it seems and it’s up to B to find out: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Zom-B Angelsplease sign up. See 1 question about Zom-B Angels….
Lists with This Book. Nov 07, Miranda Reads rated it liked it Shelves: Giant red arrows lure B in To Superhero Recruitment Day? Becky “B” Smith follows a series of unusual clues only to discover an entire complex of people like her.
Oystein and his merry group aangels “Angels” work tirelessly to keep the remaining humans alive and well. Aside, surely he could’ve found some anngels name besides Angel for these kids. Smith has to decide – should she stay here and take up th Giant red arrows lure B in Smith has to decide – should she stay here and take up the mission for good or strike out on her own? Living with the group means safety and a purpose but then she might start caring for themand she’s already lost angele many.
As usual, her latent racist tendencies are tested and she tries to overcome her basic instinct. So much personal growth for this punk – I love it. As always, Shan delivers with plenty of blood, gore and guts. We meet up with a couple of old friends that help B overcome her misgivings and become a better person. While I did enjoy this very post-apacolyptic X-men or Avengers feel, once again we have a pretty major shift from the previous novels.
Each book seems like such a paradigm change that I’m reeling – we have regular zombie apocalypse Book 1secret government facility Book 2running around on the streets of London Book 3 and now early-years Marvel? I really wish Shan would pick a theme and stick with it for more than one book. Audiobook Comments As always, Emma Gavin just brings it to the table. Jan 01, Paul rated it really liked it. More twists well drawn to keep the series interesting. The setup is building a well drawn out history.
This new group I have mixed feelings of. They don’t seem to have the greatest sense on who to let in But time will tell. I cannot tell what to make of the doctor.
And I don’t care for the religious aspect in this. Strangest bit ever for an answer to what is happening. And boy was B given some wrong info by the facility she was previously at! While still some action, this book seemed more focused on new character 3.
While still some action, this book seemed more focused on new characters and world-building. A much needed filler. Still I am quite curious as to where this series will go and look forward to continuing. Although it seems like it is taking a darker, more mature turn. I loved finding out how the Zombies came to be in this book. I am starting to wonder what Mr. Dowling’s plans are for B Nothing beats a great story unfolding around a battle of good and evil.
View all 7 comments. Nothing really happens in this one. A big reveal at the end, but basically, it’s just B trying to survive and how she does it. My Review This is book 4, if you haven’t read the previous books I would recommend you do so as I think you get much more out of the story knowing the previous parts.
B is out and about, going around London and not finding anything much apart from zomheads. As B starts to understand what the place is about and their mission, she has to decide zkm-b this is right for her.
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So, we certainly get a few more answers in this book and a focus as to where the story is headed as well as a bit more insight into the dreaded clowns ans his minions. Again some scenes are gross and there is one particularly harrowing scene with a child so be warned. I felt there was a wee bit of preachiness in this book, religion and again racism which has featured in the previous books especially if you know B’s background. Overall, if you have enjoyed the series so far you will like this one.
B is further developing who she is and whilst she won’t physically age she is certainly maturing and growing as a “person”.
I like the concept of these books, but I feel like it’s missing some of the excitement I’m used to seeing in Darren Shan’s stories. Each book doesn’t really have a completed plot of it’s own, which is disappointing. Instead, each book is designed to end with a reveal of some sorts that fills the audience, and B, in on what is happening. It’s okay, but it doesn’t get me as engaged as I want to be I am enjoying the world, and finding out more, but if you’re looking for a plot you can really get in I like the concept of these books, but I feel like it’s missing some of the excitement I’m used to seeing in Darren Shan’s stories.
It’s okay, but it doesn’t get me as engaged as I want shxn be I am enjoying the world, and finding out more, but if you’re looking for a plot you can really get involved in I’m not sure these books individually are it.
If you count them as a whole then there’s definitely an interesting premise and conflict going on, but it ultimately feels like I’m reading a single book broken into 12 segments, which gets disappointing when you have to wait for the plot to pick up.
This book was mostly about B learning about the new place she was at and had shzn conflict or problem to solve. It was purely informational.
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Basically, if you’re willing to stick it out for the overall story, then reading these are probably going to be worth it, but if you’re looking for an action-filled zombie story, this is not your book. Nov 01, Sean McBride rated it really liked it. This one had less of a cohesive story than I would have wanted, but we find so much out about the overall arc of the story, that I loved it. Plus it sets up the potential for some really amazing sequels. What makes Shan so good with these, is that they aren’t your normal faire; it’s nearly impossible to figure out what is really going to happen, or even guess at it, because he’s so creative in his process.
This series is also unique because he’s focused so much attention to social consciousness. The main character is a racist and we get to see her evolve over the story arc. I think that is the most evolution I’ve seen out of a series for quite some time.
Apr 11, Sharon Mariampillai rated it really liked it Shelves: This was an interesting read. This is the best book so far in the series for me.
The story was different than the first three as we actually discovered how the zombies were brought into the world. Also, the action was great. I would like to know more about the Angels, in particular Cian and Awnya. I got to say I really liked B in this installment because she was a badass and she never gave up. She knew how to take a beating. I think the series just turned around. I can’t wait to see what happens This was an interesting read. I can’t wait to see what happens in book 5 and the rest of the series.
Overall, a great read. May 31, Naqib rated it liked it Shelves: B herself is a zombieful of irony. At A Glance Genre: New look on the zombie nation. Conclusion Continuing the Series: Probably one of my favorites so far. You get to see how other people in this zombie world are At A Glance Genre: You get to see how other people in this zombie world are dealing with this.