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Author: Darren Shan
ISBN: 0316214124
Pages: 192 pages
Publisher: Little, Brown Books for Young Readers; First Edition edition (January 1, 2013)
Language: English
Category: Literature & Fiction
Size ePUB: 1699 kb
Size Fb2: 1796 kb
Size DJVU: 1653 kb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 976
Format: docx mbr txt lit
Subcategory: Teen

e-Book Zom-B Underground epub download

by Darren Shan



Zom-B Underground book This was good. The absurdities of Darren Shan began to surface with this one, and I'm not going into to detail to avoid spoilers.

Zom-B Underground book. Most of the book is taken up with her new undead existence and life in zomb HQ with the other retivalised teens. I still don't find her that likeable but she did grow on me a bit in this book especially seeing her personal growth where she refuses to kill other zombies, still seeing them as human.

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The thin executioner. The saga of larten crepsley. Palace of the damned. Brothers to the death. But don’t refer to them as revitalizeds, Josh warns me. They prefer to call themselves zom heads. Dig that crazy new slang, I mutter witheringly. What happens after I’ve joined the merry gang?

Zom-B Underground (Zom-B Author: Darren Shan. Becky Smith's father was a bully and a racist. He often beat B and her mum, when he wasn't working hard to stop the flow of immigrants into the country. B loved and feared him equally

Zom-B Underground (Zom-B Author: Darren Shan. B loved and feared him equally. One of B's teachers, Mr. Burke, warned her that she risked becoming just like her dad if she continued to play along with him. But B had never paid much attention to what teachers said

No windows, but there’s a long mirror in one of the walls. I’ve seen enough films and TV shows to guess that it’s a two-way observation point her side.

No windows, but there’s a long mirror in one of the walls. I’ve seen enough films and TV shows to guess that it’s a two-way observation point her side, watching everything. There’s a pool table and a ping-pong table down at one end of the room. A bookshelf with a scattering of books, magazines and comics. A couple of TVs, one hooked up to a DVD player, the other to a video-game console. There’s a table close to that TV, loaded with games and a few iPods. A variety of couches and chairs are positioned around the place

Zom-B City (Book) : Shan, Darren : As zombies overrun London, B battles moral dilemmas and a growing sense of hopelessness at every turn. Enjoy stories about the undead? Check out the newest entry in Darren Shan's Zom-B series. See what your friends are reading.

Zom-B City (Book) : Shan, Darren : As zombies overrun London, B battles moral dilemmas and a growing sense of hopelessness at every turn. 2014) zom-b city: b+.

B (Becky Smith) has been turned into a zombie, the gets confronted by a group of teenagers in Leather Suits. She regains her sense of self as she is captured by them. Waking up in a military complex, months after zombies attacked school, B has no memory of the last few months. Life in the UK has turned tough since the outbreak. Yet B doesn’t get to hear anything about the outside world. Instead she is introduced to the team that captured her, who are all zombies like her called revitaliseds

Author : Darren Shan. Genres : Horror, Young Adult. Zom-B Underground (Zom-B Waking up in a military complex, months after zombies attacked school, B has no memory of the last few months.

Author : Darren Shan. Life in the UK has turned tough since the outbreak, and B is woven into life- and battle- in the new military regime quickly. But as B learns more about the zombies held in the complex and the scientists keeping them captive, unease settles in. Why exactly was B saved? And is there anyone left in the world to trust?

From Darren Shan, the Master of Horror, comes the gripping second book in the Zom-B series.
Zorve
PLEASE DON'T READ THIS REVIEW IF YOU HAVEN'T READ BOOK ONE

I don't want to have to worry about giving away any spoilers.

So Shan did it to us again. The big twist in book one was that B wasn't a dude. That sure surprised me. I kept scanning back in book one to see if I could find what "B" stood for. It wasn't until near the end that we learned that B is for Becky.

Book two stats with Becky awakening and coming to grips with the fact that she had done a horrible thing at the end of book one and ended up paying a big price for it. And now, as the "Zom-B" title suggests, Becky is dead and has come back as a zombie. Darnit!

Book two has some interesting twists and revelations, but it went by too quickly for me. This has become my recurring complaint about this series: the books are too short. This series is going to end up costing me a fortune. They've been worth it so far. And yes, I'm planning to buy book three when it comes out.

Keep 'em coming, Shan.
Ndlaitha
B has really redeemed herself in Zom B Underground. When she wakes up and realizes she is a zombie; B accepts it and really criticizes and berates herself about throwing Tylor to the zombies when he father commanded her. B makes a pact with herself to be a much better person; someone she herself would like since she has such self loathing for killing Tylor. There is a doctor and a guard who interact with B and answer very few of her questions. At some point she is “fed” and given drops for her very dry eyes. She has a hole where her heart was and she becomes a part of the “revitalizeds” or zom-heads who are different from zombies. B is introduced to other teens like her and they hang out, get to know each other, and at some point are placed in a room where they are given their choice of weapons and are then let loose to torture other zombies. When B refuses; her “food” is withheld and the doctor and guards likewise withhold food from her friends. B watches them become more hungry, anxiety-ridden, and undependable. When there is an attack from outside; a weird frightening clown leads and terrorizes with spiders, bugs and torture. B and her friends flee and when cornered in a room realize that one of them is human. B struggles mightily to defend him but the zom-heads smell blood and let loose killing him; all the while B pleads with them that he is their friend.
I enjoyed this second book was so much better than the first; there was internal growth on B’s part; and very little racism and slurs. B becomes a leader who can think for herself and is willing to make and stick with decisions that no one else will. Will this save her? I am looking forward to the third book and more of B!
Rainbearer
loved this part of the story. Shan is a master. absolute master. shows that even humans are monstrous and that we can't escape . our inner beast. He manages to create a 3act tale in two hundred pages. a short book that says more than the average 300 -500 page tale. It's a little slow at first but quickly picks up 23% In. buy it now!
Otiel
*spoiler* I never thought I'd read a book from a zombie's point of view before. Really different, but I liked it. Again, really slow in the beginning, but picks up right at the end. Seems to be the writer's style. Slow to get going, but then just takes off to keep you reading.
kinder
My teenage son puts down his Ipod for Darren Shan and this series. He also loved the Demonata series. Kudos to Darren Shan for making a reader of my electronically addicted teenager.
Dakora
This is the 30th book by Darren I have read, a single entry has yet to dissappoint, and I am itching for more. His writing style is very fluid and engaging whilst intelligent and entertaining. I have always held the notion that many writers have one or two great books so I have never proclaimed a favorite amidst the veritable sea of imagination; however, I seem to have been proven false. I will read anything that Mr. Shan provides for as long as he has the passion for which he writes to us: the fans.
Meri
I bought this book for my son, who found it to be a bit confusing to define. There were pictures which made him feel that the book was childish, but it contained cursing and racism, which threw him off.
My teenage son digs Darren Shan. He reads everything by him. This series is clever. These books are very short. Quick reads.