B Smith has been reunited with the murderous maniac clown, Mr. Dowling. To her shock and consternation, he's desperate to make B his partner in crime. Mr. Dowling disgusts her, but B thinks she can see a way to control him and maybe even save the world. But it will involve a sacrifice far greater...
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  • Bookworm Bird

    Bookworm Bird | 18 March 2015

    At the end of the last book (Zom-B Family), we saw B being carted away by a hoard of chanting babies into the awaiting clutches of the crazy clown Mr.Dowling(never did I think that sentence would...

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  • Writing From The Tub

    Writing From The Tub | 11 March 2015

    So, the end of this grisly, fast-paced series is drawing to a close. Can you believe we’re already on book ten? I remember when I received a copy of the original Zom-B and my mind was blown by the...

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  • Empire Of Books

    Empire Of Books | 10 March 2015


    All good things come to an end and it is always a shame to see them start to wind down, and you would think by now, ten books in to a twelve book saga, most threads would of been tied together by...

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  • Dark Readers

    Dark Readers | 19 February 2015

    This was a strange one for me. In many ways it was a build up, a slow burn book, that was focused more on the information than the action (until in typical Shan style the final dramatic blow)...

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  • The Thoughts And Ramblings Of An Overactive Mind

    The Thoughts And Ramblings Of An Overactive Mind | 19 February 2015

    I’ve just finished reading ‘Zom-B Bride’, the tenth book in the Zom-B series. My mind is reeling and I’m left with conflicting emotions, leaving me confused and overly hyped. I feel compelled to...

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  • The Fireside Table

    The Fireside Table | 18 February 2015

    This is the most claustrophobic installment yet of Shan’s undead apocalypse saga.  Set entirely in the underground lair of B’s nightmare clown nemesis Mr Dowling, there are no wide open spaces, and...

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  • Starburst

    Starburst | 13 February 2015

    It’s been a while since we’ve checked in with everybody’s favourite annoying teenage zombie, B Smith (two books, but who’s counting?), but now she’s here again.

    Darren Shan has never really been...

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  • So Many Books, So Little Time

    So Many Books, So Little Time | 06 February 2015

    When I first picked up Zom-B I never expected to be devouring book ten as soon as it arrived through my letterbox, but I gobbled up Zom-B Bride in a matter of hours.


    We left B as she made a deal...

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  • The Bookbag

    The Bookbag | 31 January 2015

    A quick catch-up: revitalised zombie B Smith has only escaped from serial killer Dan-Dan's clutches by agreeing to a Faustian pact with Mr Dowling. In order to save the surviving humans inside...

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