Zom-B Mission

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Little, Brown Books for Young Readers, Apr 8, 2014 - Young Adult Fiction - 192 pages
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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 undead monsters, B discovers that the survivors of the town don't necessarily represent the best of humanity. And when evil influences make their way to New Kirkham, unearthing demons from B's past, the humans will be forced to choose between being honorable and being safe.

Darren Shan continues his adventures of a teenage zombie trying to right the wrongs of a flawed human life, exploring the morality and ills of society through the lens of an apocalypse gone wrong--and a terrifying hell on earth reigning.




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User Review  - lkmuir - LibraryThing

"B Smith's first mission for the Angels involves relocating human survivors from London to a barricaded community in the countryside. But will the evil influences that enter New Kirkland pose an even greater threat than the living dead outside the barricades?"-- Provided by publisher. Read full review

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User Review  - TeamDewey - LibraryThing

Great series. Easy read. Thin books that reluctant readers will try. Once they try many are hooked. Story interesting enough for book lovers also. Read full review

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About the author (2014)

Darren Shan is the bestselling author of Cirque Du Freak, The Demonata, and the Saga of Larten Crepsley, as well as the stand-alone book The Thin Executioner. Shan's books are sold on almost every continent and in thirty-one languages, and have been bestsellers in countries including the US, Britain, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway, Hungary, Japan, Taiwan, and the UAE. In total, they have sold over 25 million copies worldwide. Shan divides his time between his homes in Ireland and London.

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