The seventh book in the series. B Smith and the other Angels are relieved to finally receive their first mission - to safely escort a group of human survivors from the zombie-infested streets of London to New Kirkham, a barricaded safe haven in the country. But after battling through crowds of...
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  • The Library Of The Seen

    The Library Of The Seen | 27 January 2015

    These books are fairly short, quick reads with intriguing illustrations throughout the novels. Personally I feel like they are possibly a fourth grade reading level but maybe a 5th to 8th grade...

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  • The Fireside Table

    The Fireside Table | 22 November 2014

    ZOM-B Mission is the seventh instalment in this series about the teenage B Smith, a “Revitalised,” an undead-human hybrid that mixes human intelligence with heightened abilities that being a zombie...

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  • Children’s Books Ireland

    Children's Books Ireland | 01 September 2014

    Spoilers! – A lot has happened to Becky Smith since London was overrun by Zombies – including encounters with mutants and killer clowns, gladiatorial fights, even zombification, but this could be...

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  • Matthewrbell

    Matthewrbell | 28 July 2014

    By far I have to say that Zom-B Mission's cover is my favourite to date. It's all crazy kinds of creepy and absolutely mesmerising. While Zom-B Baby still takes the crown of...

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  • Tulleruska’s World

    Tulleruska's World | 25 June 2014

    THIS IS A GOOGLE TRANSLATION OF A NORWEGIAN REVIEW

     

    I'm still just as fascinated B and her zombie world. In this book takes place both good and bad things. B loses a friend gruesome manner,...

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  • Bookish Posts

    Bookish Posts | 02 June 2014

    Zom-B Mission is the 7th book in the 12 book series Zom-B and it is the beginning of the second half of it. In this book B continues her journey through a world that is ruled by zombies but this...

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  • Fiction Fascination

    Fiction Fascination | 23 May 2014

    You know, I live for these devilishly moreish Zom-B books! Just look at the artwork on that front cover - the guys over at Simon & Schuster always do a cracking job!

     

    Zom-B Mission sees B,...

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  • The Star Online

    The Star Online | 06 May 2014

    In the seventh book in the series, Becky Smith, aka Zom B, the “revitalised” previous zombie now known as an “angel”, joins other Angels to escort a group of human survivors from London to the...

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  • The Book Owl Extraordinaire

    The Book Owl Extraordinaire | 20 April 2014

    Another success in the Zom-B series by Darren Shan (to me anyway).

     

    In this book its been about 4 months since B was held captive to fight as a gladiator. Her and her group of angels have...

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  • Reviewer’s Digest

    Reviewer's Digest | 16 April 2014

    Darren Shan’s Zom-B series has its habit of being interesting one book then close to boring the next.

     

    And yet it seems like we may now be breaking that trend as the series gets closer to...

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  • Starburst

    Starburst | 13 April 2014

    The seventh instalment of the ZOM-B series is mostly dedicated to world-building which, considering it takes place in a London not that far removed from our own (with the obvious addition of...

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  • The Bookbag

    The Bookbag | 07 April 2014

    B Smith has finally fully committed to the Angels, a group of conscious zombies led by Dr Oystein. B has worked through some of her issues about friendship and attachment in this post-apocalyptic...

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  • The Library For Delinquents

    The Library For Delinquents | 01 April 2014

    Here is a book that reminded me why I love horror writing. It isn’t just about the scares, or the suspense, or the intensity of reading about characters who are constantly being faced with...

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  • So Many Books, So Little Time

    So Many Books, So Little Time | 31 March 2014

    You’d think that by book seven this series would be getting a bit stale, but nope. I loved Zom-B Mission just as much as I did the previous six books!

     

    We pick up with a B a few months after...

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  • The Book Zone (For Boys)

    The Book Zone (For Boys) | 31 March 2014

    As this series progresses, it is getting harder and harder to write reviews of Darren Shan's Zom-B books without creating spoilers for previous episodes. So please be warned - if you have not yet...

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  • Zotwot

    Zotwot | 27 March 2014

    I think this might be the best book of the series so far. No longer are we sat around County Hall talking and training but here the action really begins as B and her Angels are sent on a mission...

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