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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 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 hopes 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 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 hopes of combating the evil dead and the forces that introduced them. But all is not as it seems and it's up to B to find out: what battle are they truly waging?


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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 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 hopes 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 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 hopes of combating the evil dead and the forces that introduced them. But all is not as it seems and it's up to B to find out: what battle are they truly waging?

30 review for Zom-B Angels

  1. 4 out of 5

    Miranda Reads

    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. Dr. Oystein and his merry group of "Angels" work tirelessly to keep the remaining humans alive and well. Aside, surely he could've found some other name besides Angel for these kids. It's creepy to hear the Doc (who's centuries older) call all these teens/preteens "his Angels." B. Smith has to decide - should she stay here and take up the mission fo/>Aside, 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. Dr. Oystein and his merry group of "Angels" work tirelessly to keep the remaining humans alive and well. Aside, surely he could've found some other name besides Angel for these kids. It's creepy to hear the Doc (who's centuries older) call all these teens/preteens "his Angels." B. 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 them, and she's already lost so 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 1), secret government facility (Book 2), running 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. Stunning narration. YouTube | Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Snapchat @miranda.reads Happy Reading!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kimberley doruyter

    this one took a strange twist into religion.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Faseeh Ilahi

    So I just finished Zom-B angels by Darren Shah. Rating: 3/5🌟 It is the 4 book in the Zom-B series. So If you guys haven't read the first 3 books then stop reading this coz It might spoil those book for you. The story starts where the 3rd book ended, when Brian rejected the offer of the joker i-e Mr. Dowling. And was now in an abandoned old building. There she mets Dr. Oystein, who ask her to join the other zom head or as Dr Oystein use to call them, Angels whose So I just finished Zom-B angels by Darren Shah. Rating: 3/5🌟 It is the 4 book in the Zom-B series. So If you guys haven't read the first 3 books then stop reading this coz It might spoil those book for you. The story starts where the 3rd book ended, when Brian rejected the offer of the joker i-e Mr. Dowling. And was now in an abandoned old building. There she mets Dr. Oystein, who ask her to join the other zom head or as Dr Oystein use to call them, Angels whose main function was to defeat the evil dead and the forces that introduced them. .

  4. 4 out of 5

    Paul

    More twists well drawn to keep the series interesting. The setup is building a well drawn out history

  5. 5 out of 5

    Jamie

    3.5 stars I am so happy to finally have some backround information to this series! 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 cha 3.5 stars I am so happy to finally have some backround information to this series! 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 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.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ada

    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.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Sarah Theis

    Felt kinda .... Meh? No big action event happened... We are just shown the "Angels" and their London headquarters and how they survive/train..... We are told how the 1st zombies came to be and why some are able to regain conscience after turning. Spoiler* It's Nazis.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Christine (KizzieReads)

    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.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lainy

    Time taken to read - 1 day Pages - 233 Publisher - Simon & Schuster Blurb from Goodreads 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 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 hopes of combating the evil dead and the forces that introduced them. But all i Time taken to read - 1 day Pages - 233 Publisher - Simon & Schuster Blurb from Goodreads 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 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 hopes of combating the evil dead and the forces that introduced them. But all is not as it seems and it's up to B to find out: what battle are they truly waging? 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. She has followed the Z & red arrows and come across a group, a safe haven, a place she can be herself. As B starts to understand what the place is about and their mission, she has to decide if this is right for her. 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". 3/5 for me this time, I have the next installment and I will be reading it soon, I am quite keen to see where Shan takes it.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Robin

    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 r 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 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 no conflict or problem to solve. It was purely informational. 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.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Sean McBride

    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. 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.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Sharon Mariampillai

    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. 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 in book 5 and the rest of the series. Overall, a great read.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Naqib

    so i like it...kinda... but things are getting boring here. this is the fourth book and nothing happens except old faces. its like B hadn't left the zom heads squad. there is a weird doctor, a nice soldier whom kind to everyone and badass group of zombies teenager who will save the world. i am going to be quite honest. i am putting the series down. B. i dont like her in the first book and i don't like her in the fourth. this have nothing to do with the author whatsoever. i just don't like B's ch so i like it...kinda... but things are getting boring here. this is the fourth book and nothing happens except old faces. its like B hadn't left the zom heads squad. there is a weird doctor, a nice soldier whom kind to everyone and badass group of zombies teenager who will save the world. i am going to be quite honest. i am putting the series down. B. i dont like her in the first book and i don't like her in the fourth. this have nothing to do with the author whatsoever. i just don't like B's character and cant wait for her to die for real though i predicted that at the end of the series, B is going to be the hero of the day. whatever. why does B piss me off? i don't like the fact that B is rude. seriously, why does she have to pick fights where ever she goes. she is a hard person. besides, she is the kind of a person whom talk first and think after. throughout the series, she did nothing but snap, snarl and challenge everyone within her radius. to some it might made her sound cool, but this thing is getting old. and she might be brooding about the fact that she had abusive dad. but isn't she always abuses everyone around her? and the story didn't even make her any better. B herself is a zombieful of irony. she mindlessly name-called Jakob, then suddenly she wanted to rip Rage off for being an insensitive pig. that is a total definition of hypocrite to me. i could rant more on how i dislike B. but here i would conclude that this will be the end of the Zom-B series for me. the story has great style and idea. but it is really not my cup of tea.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Brooke ♥booklife4life♥

    At A Glance Genre: Young Adult; Zombie Love Triangle/Insta Love/Obsession?: no Cliff Hanger: eh Rating: 4 stars Score Sheet All out of ten Cover: 8 Plot: 8 Characters: 8 World Building: 8 Flow: 9 Series Congruity: 9 Writing: 8 Ending: 8 Total: 8 In Dept Best Part: New look on the zombie nation. Worst Part: Still too short! Thoughts Had: oh hi there!; RAGE! Conclusion Continuing the Series: yes Recommending: yes Short Review: Probably one of my favorites so far. You get to see how other people in this zombie world are dealing with this. The Angels are very interesting people indeed. I don't know if i agree with their thinking, but people will accept any logic that gets throw at them in a moment of chaos, it grounds them. B is a solid zombie thou, takes a beating and still comes out winning! Review in GIF Form: ReviewyesShortyesRAGE!Continuingshort!Thoughtsnation.Worst8In8899Series8Flow:8World88Plot:tenCover:SheetAllstarsScoreehnoCliffZombieLove At A Glance Genre: Young Adult; Zombie Love Triangle/Insta Love/Obsession?: no Cliff Hanger: eh Rating: 4 stars Score Sheet All out of ten Cover: 8 Plot: 8 Characters: 8 World Building: 8 Flow: 9 Series Congruity: 9 Writing: 8 Ending: 8 Total: 8 In Dept Best Part: New look on the zombie nation. Worst Part: Still too short! Thoughts Had: oh hi there!; RAGE! Conclusion Continuing the Series: yes Recommending: yes Short Review: Probably one of my favorites so far. You get to see how other people in this zombie world are dealing with this. The Angels are very interesting people indeed. I don't know if i agree with their thinking, but people will accept any logic that gets throw at them in a moment of chaos, it grounds them. B is a solid zombie thou, takes a beating and still comes out winning! Review in GIF Form:

  15. 5 out of 5

    Library_boyfriend

    I enjoyed this book a little more so than the others. Although differently. This book had some explanations and answers, even though you never know who is telling the truth. I found myself suspicious of everything in this book! It also didn't end on a cliff-hanger, but still felt like it was a jumping off point for more to come. It didn't have the same exciting action as the others had, but I'm ready to read what happens next!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Haley

    So far the series is just straight 3 stars because I like them, but I don't really enjoy them. In this book, B has come across Dr. Oystein and his home for zombies like her. In this book more all of the questions are answered and how B turned back the way she did. All the zombies like her apparently have 200 to 300 years to live if they keep eating the human brains and continue along their life keeping their brain healthy. Dr. Oystein is preparing them all to take on a war that is to come. I did So far the series is just straight 3 stars because I like them, but I don't really enjoy them. In this book, B has come across Dr. Oystein and his home for zombies like her. In this book more all of the questions are answered and how B turned back the way she did. All the zombies like her apparently have 200 to 300 years to live if they keep eating the human brains and continue along their life keeping their brain healthy. Dr. Oystein is preparing them all to take on a war that is to come. I didn't enjoy how they brought a religious aspect to the series and how the devil and god brought someone down to either save the race or kill it off. That was really my only major issue, but the books do seem to be getting better than what they were.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Julie (Manga Maniac Cafe)

    4 stars I listened to the audio version. This series is highly entertaining, despite some issues with B, a girl who continually makes the same stupid mistakes. It's been quite a while since I read the previous book, but the narrator gives a quick overview at the beginning, so I didn't feel lost. The narrator is engaging, and when the cliffhanger came at the end of the book, I immediately borrowed the next in the series. These are short, action packed, and fun to listen to.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Louise Jones

    I do find myself drawn in to series and wondering which was it is going to turn next meeting up with the other Zombies and deciding wether to work by self or within a grp . I like the way it brings in to thinking points such as Muslims and Christians all have the same God just branched out in different directions I do wan to find out what happens in the rest of the series but in o mad big rush to do so !!

  19. 5 out of 5

    Jenn

    Clowns are evil. This proves it. God, this series just keeps throwing the twists and turns. Love it!

  20. 5 out of 5

    ☆Joycedale☆

    These aren't even that good but I can't quit reading them?

  21. 4 out of 5

    Ashlyn

    Not a whole lot happens in this one, but you get some explanations for what's going on, which is nice. Although, admittedly, it was more like confirming what I already thought.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    "Well I've read the previous books and was a little disappointed with this one as it didn't seem as action packed as the others. Although I do love the the Angels (Zom-heads) are preparing for a war against Mr Dowling. I love when B follows the z's and finds Dr Oystein and he helps to tell her more about people like her and gives her hope, he also takes the time to heal her and understand more about herself. B gets to meet a lot of Zom- heads and I'm chuffed that Riley comes back in this book th "Well I've read the previous books and was a little disappointed with this one as it didn't seem as action packed as the others. Although I do love the the Angels (Zom-heads) are preparing for a war against Mr Dowling. I love when B follows the z's and finds Dr Oystein and he helps to tell her more about people like her and gives her hope, he also takes the time to heal her and understand more about herself. B gets to meet a lot of Zom- heads and I'm chuffed that Riley comes back in this book that's another great addition. A lot more is explained in this book, the relevance of Zom-heads and the purpose of why they were created. B has to learn how to get along with others and trains with them to become a fighter so she has a good chance at defending herself and surviving. A few more characters were introduced in this one gradually and some old ones also returned which made this book more story based rather than action packed like the previous ones and although I liked that I missed the action. B has a kick ass attitude that often has me laughing and for that reason I just have to read more of this series. "

  23. 4 out of 5

    Joe

    I don't know why I continue to read this series. One of the oddest zombie stories I have read. I don't like it that much. The most positive thing I can say about it, is that it is a fast read (even though my dates don't show it). It's VERY predictable and not very exciting. The main character is not someone that I can relate to in any way. The other characters in the book leave very little to get interested in. I typically like zombie books and am even writing one myself, but this just doesn't h I don't know why I continue to read this series. One of the oddest zombie stories I have read. I don't like it that much. The most positive thing I can say about it, is that it is a fast read (even though my dates don't show it). It's VERY predictable and not very exciting. The main character is not someone that I can relate to in any way. The other characters in the book leave very little to get interested in. I typically like zombie books and am even writing one myself, but this just doesn't have a good story. It's definitely a different type of zombie story, but not a good one. Since I bought the second book of the chronicles (has 3 books in one), I will finish that. But if I don't like it after that, I am done with it.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Excalibur Snape

    It is as fast pace as the others in the series and just as addicting. I gave it two stars because it became really religious which sort of ruined it for me. Zombie books shouldn't be religious. They should be fun and entertaining. Not preachy. Other then the last chapter the book was great. Can't wait to see what happens in the next book Hopefully they don't bring up politics that would just completely ruin the series.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Karen King

    Oh dear. Just when I was enjoying it, here we go again into the mystical "God did it" territory which has irritated me in previous Shan series. I shall persevere for now and hope this is a red herring.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Natalie

    This one was really good because She learns that she is more powerful than when she was human and that the people their are actually nice , and I am so excited now to read the next 6 books.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    What can I say! Another brilliant installment of the Zom-B series :) eagerly awaiting to read the rest of the series :)

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kristen

    Yep. I'm reading a zombie book. And liking it. This one provided lots of answers I was looking for, and builds me up for the next.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Seth Rader

    Ever since city just keeps getting better and better.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Annabelle

    **MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS?** To be blunt, this book was stupid and had lots of flaws. "Ashtat pulls something out of a pocket, closes her hands over it and starts to pray silently. I roll my eyes at the boys and make a gagging motion, but they don't laugh. When Ashtat finishes and unclasps her hands, I see that the object is a crucifix. 'What are you doing with that?' I ask. 'Praying,' 'With a cross? Don't you guys use...I don't know...but not a cross. Those are for us lot.' 'Us lot?' A/>"Ashtat **MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS?** To be blunt, this book was stupid and had lots of flaws. "Ashtat pulls something out of a pocket, closes her hands over it and starts to pray silently. I roll my eyes at the boys and make a gagging motion, but they don't laugh. When Ashtat finishes and unclasps her hands, I see that the object is a crucifix. 'What are you doing with that?' I ask. 'Praying,' 'With a cross? Don't you guys use...I don't know...but not a cross. Those are for us lot.' 'Us lot?' Ashtat repeats icily. 'Christians' 'What makes you think I'm not Christian?' I snort. "You're an Arab. There aren't any Christians in the Middle East.' 'Actually there are,' Ashtat says tightly. 'Quite a few, for your information.' 'I'm not talking about people who go there on pilgrimage,' I sniff. 'Nor am I,' she says. 'I'm talking about Arab Christians.' 'Pull the other one,' I laugh. Ashtat raises an eyebrow. 'You don't think you can be both an Arab and a Christian?' 'Of course not. You're one or the other.' 'Really?' she jeers. 'So you think that all Arabs are Muslims?' 'Yeah,' I mutter, although I'm getting the sinking feeling that I'm on a hiding to nothing. "You all worship Allah." 'And who is Allah?" she presses. 'Your god,' 'No,' she barks. 'OUR god. God and Allah are one and the same. Assuming you believe in God. .....'Allah IS God. Our religions have the same roots. Then she continues to spew nonsense. Facts; the Middle East contains ONLY 3% Christians. 'Arab' is a race, not a religion. So yes, Arabs can be Christians, Atheists, Muslims, etc. If you're an 'Arab Christian' then you shouldn't wear a hijab because the hijab is worn by Muslim women. (Who worship Allah NOT God.) And lastly, God and Allah ARE NOT THE SAME. That's like saying that your mom is the same person as someone else's mom. I don't care if a book mentions someone's religious beliefs. Just don't make a whole chapter about it. Yeah, I know, I'm ranting about a 'pre-teen' book. (Yes, I looked up the age recommendation for this book, it's range is for people around 13.) But also, a few other things to rant about; Apparently zombies can't get down and dirty - none of the necessary equipment is in working order. Yes, I'd totally put this in a pre-teen book. *SARCASM* Why would anyone even have the need to mention this? OH, AND IT GETS FAR WORSE!!! Apparently, the Nazis were creating zombies before this apocalypse! LITERAL ZOMBIES! FLESH EATING, BRAIN DEAD ZOMBIES! The Nazis yearned to unravel the secrets of life and death, to bring the dead back from beyond the grave. There were two reasons. One was to create an army of undead soldiers, (Hollywood Undead reference, maybe?) to give them an advantage in the war. The other was so that they could survive forever, to indefinitely enjoy the pleasures of the new society which they were hell-bent on creating. Continues... Dr. Oystein created the first revived. He brought a woman back to life after she had died of malnutrition in a concentration camp. Again... The Nazis rejoiced. The revived was a mindless, howling, savage beast, of no practical use to them, but they were confident that the doctor and his team would build on this breakthrough and find a way to restore the mind as well as the body. DAMN NAZIS!1!11!!!!!1 Oh and, revitalized zombies can live for 3000 years! *GASP* But will the groove tubes also last that long? This book made me lose brain cells. Shall I read the next one? Rating; 2.0 for its bullshit

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