Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Zom-B Mission , please sign up. Is it BAD?!?!?!??!!!?!?! See 1 question about Zom-B Mission…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Nov 07, Miranda Reads rated it liked it Shelves: ya-series , audiobook. Some humans managed to wait out the zombie apocalypse in the ruins of their houses but now prey is becoming more and more scarce.
These last few humans are climbing out of the woodwork and into the clutches of some very, very hungry zombies. B Smith your friendly neighborhood zombie and her team of Angels also rather friendly have their very first superhero mission - guarding a group of very human humans through the streets of a very zombie infested London. Piece 3. Piece o' cake, right? Note: it was not a piece of cake They have to make it through the heart of London and to New Kirkham a human settlement all the while dodging the brain-munchers, zombie hunters, the Big Bads and whatever else life throws at them.
The mission breathed new life into this series - I really enjoyed B growing as a person and her rag-tag team becoming a close-knit family. I'm definitely not a fan of Rage one of the fellow Angels he's quite the oily slick of a guy, isn't he? Definitely looking forward to the next one!
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Blog Instagram Twitter View 2 comments. Mar 20, Faseeh Ilahi rated it really liked it Shelves: ebook. It is the 7th book in the Zom-B series so if you guys haven't read the first 6 books then stop reading this coz It might spoil those books for you. The story starts where the 6th book ended, when Brian was rescued by Dr. Oystein and the angels and was bought back to country hall There she is putted into the groove tubes so that her injuries could repair faster.
When she has recovered, she starts training with Master Zhang again and learns a lot of new skill.
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After a few week she along with the o It is the 7th book in the Zom-B series so if you guys haven't read the first 6 books then stop reading this coz It might spoil those books for you. After a few week she along with the other angels are send on a mission to Hammersmith to escot Emma and her son to a survival group there. The series started really slow and was really boring at the beginning but now I am enjoying it a lot.
Like I said in my precious reviews, these books are really gruesome.
They contain a lot of blood shed and some really creepy illustrations. View all 5 comments. Mar 27, Dan rated it it was amazing Shelves: zombies , young-adult. 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 to transport some humans to a "safe" community. Suffice to say this is easier said than done. What I liked about most about this book is how it expanded the Zom-B universe.
We've spent so much time with the revitalised like B and until now haven't really been told how the standard humans are doing. In te I think this might be the best book of the series so far. In terms of surviving it appears some of them are not doing too bad as we are introduced to the community of New Kirkham.
Shan does a great job here of making it convincing, imagining everything a post-zombie apocalypse community would need to consider in order to survive. We also are given some big shocks during the progress of this book. The first comes quite early on and involves one of the series' most likeable characters, Mr Burke. There's a scene involving him which is both completely unexpected and at this point completely unexplained.
Our other shock comes towards the end when the drama really escalates. Unlike what one might expect it doesn't involve Mr. Dowling, who is notably absent here once again, and it looks like it might set up the direction for the series from this point. It looks as though the racism storyline from the first book is more important than it first appeared considering what B has to face now. I am still a little frustrated with the format of these books though. It means here we are given a cliffhanger, which I always feel shouldn't happen in a book.
I would have preferred a longer book with the next volume coming out later. A great addition to the series which ramps up the action and starts to prepare us for what I feel is going to be a superb and exhausting rest of the series! View 1 comment. Worst Part: Dragged a bit. Thoughts Had: soccer! She gets to playing soccer with her fellow Angles, which is nice since she usually stays to herself and hasn't done a single fun thing since her heart was ripped out. Review in GIF Form Apr 12, Sharon Mariampillai rated it liked it Shelves: reads , fantasy , dystopians , e-books , female-povs , library-books , must-read , tbr-finished , buddy-reads , suspense.
Actual Rating: 3. I thought this one was not as good as the previous three books. However, I did like reading about the more softer and vulnerable side of B's impressive character. Also, I enjoyed the part where she played soccer with the other Angels. Also, I thought the issue of racism was incorporated into the story well with Vinyl's character. I liked the friendship between Vinyl and B as well. I hope the series does get better.
I can't wait to read the rest of the Actual Rating: 3. I can't wait to read the rest of the series. Overall, a good read.
Jun 02, Louise Jones rated it liked it Shelves: ya-fantasty-moralistic , fantasty , crime , horror. Jan 26, Cameron rated it really liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The book had many great moments during it. It had a big cliffhanger that I didn't really like. Plot: This book starts with B and a few other revitalized zombies taking survivors to a safe haven. B and her friends are excited for their mission to get out of the HQ. They begin the mission and escort the survivors across town battling zombies away.
They reach a bridge and take a break from walking to let Personal Response: I like the book Zom-B Mission because this book was good for its reading level. They reach a bridge and take a break from walking to let the kids play. A bird flies onto a branch just above the kids who were playing in a tree. A drop of blood that was on the birds beak lands on one of the kids head. The little girl starts to turn into a zombie from the infection. They isolate the throbbing body and kill it before it could fully turn. The journey continues after the incident. They reach the fortress that they are relocated to.
They deliver the humans and get a thanks, then kicked out. On the way returning from the mission, the group notices a dog watching them. B starts to walk out to it and the dog runs away. B chases it until it reaches a campsite where KKK members were lodged up, loading up trucks. B runs away to tell the group about what she saw. They decide to go back to the fortress and warn them about the threat. As they come upon the fortress again the doors are open and gun shots are erupting.
The vans from the camp are entering the area and attacking the minorities rounding them up and keeping them for slaves. The group get into the fortress walls and attack the KKK members and zombies that are breaching in. They manage to control the outbreak and force the vans to retreat while losing some civilians.
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B decides to chase the vans and manage to catch one. She stops, and opens the cage that holds hostages. She advances to the next truck, but she is thrown off by the driver and then the van pulls up on her. The KKK members climb out of the vehicles. DanDan looks underneath with a gun pointing at her. They attempt to take her with so DanDan can toy with her. Rage comes and manages to grapple Dan Dan and deal a trade the next book over. Recommendation: I recommend this book to someone who likes a lot of action.
The person who reads this should have an open mind about what could happen in the book. I recommend that the person reads the other books before this one to get the full understanding of it. Mar 26, Emma rated it it was amazing Shelves: guest-reviews. Also there is a twist, there is not just the living and the zombies, there are angels too, and whose jobs are to safely escort the living to camps where they are safe from being bitten or eaten by the zombies.
They encounter a lot of obstacles whilst they are delivering a bunch of humans to a camp across town. Whilst on a journey to escort the living to a compound in New Kirkham she bumps into an old friend whom her dad did not like her being with, because her friend was black and her dad was a racist. My favourite part of the book is when a bird touches a child and infects it and turns it into a zombie, the reason that this is my favourite part of the book is because it shows that nature also plays a part in any world, and it makes the whole story more realistic.
The only thing I disliked about the book was the fact that you had to wait until the middle of the book for it to start getting exciting with all the action. I would recommend this to others, around teenagers because there are some swear words and disturbing scenes throughout the book. Apr 22, Haley rated it liked it Shelves: This series is just getting weirder and weirder. I honestly don't even know what to think anymore. This book was more about B getting her own mission and getting humans to a safer compound with others.
Burke is in Timothy's apartment trying to learn new things about Owl Man and Mr. Dowling when he comes back to the compound crazy. He brings a gun and tries to kill Dr. Oystein calling him a demon.
It doesn't make any sense but makes me question Dr. There may be more than meets the ey This series is just getting weirder and weirder. There may be more than meets the eye when it comes to him. Emma and Duncan are back in the story and they are the ones that the angels have to transport to a new compound. B finds out that Vinyl is still alive! How crazy!! The story just went into a strange area where the KKK group is forming and raids the compound where everyone is.
I just don't really understand the plot so much anymore, but maybe it'll get more interesting I'm not sure. Mar 02, Meg McGregor rated it it was amazing Shelves: my-zombie-obsession. Becky B has gone through quite a lot in her short life. She lived with an abusive father and then she became a zombie. Now, she has revitalized, and has faced numerous other challenges.
A demented clown called Mr. Dowling, a man with extraordinarily large eyes she calls Owl Man, starved and beaten and forced to fight other zombies for her life in the arena, are just a few. You would think that would be enough. No, now in this book, she faces racism at its worst.
This is my favorite so far. I know Becky B has gone through quite a lot in her short life. I know I say that about most of them but it is true. Here, in this book, B has to confront her own racist behavior in the past, and attempts to redeem herself by rescuing survivors in New Kirkham.
I so look forward to the next book in this series! Apr 12, Paul McAvoy rated it it was amazing. Another great book in the Zomb series. Here B and some of the other 'Angels' go on a mission to escort some survivors to a safe place called New Kirkham. B meets an old friend along the way, and an old adversary too! A rather sad and disturbing scene with a bird, but I will say no more than that! Ends on a cliff-hanger However, I will say that they have been getting better and better as the series goes on.
Even though they may not be my absolute favorite I wouldn't discourage anyone from giving them a go. They are quick easy reads, that you can easily buzz through. Loved it! Very interesting ending Can't wait til July when the next installment comes out! I am always on the lookout for badass female characters and I don't find them as often as I hope but I adore B.
How funny that one of my favorite female protagonists is a zombie! Sep 26, Natalie rated it really liked it. This series is great! These are totally quick reads, not just short but full of action too. Keep reading, they just seem to get better. Feb 22, Sara Shaw rated it it was amazing. So much action!!!!! And the twist at the end is shocking!!
Can't wait for book 8! Feb 16, Jamie rated it really liked it Shelves: zombies , backlist , february. Aww man I am crushed a bit by what happens to one character early on in this. But we also get another character we haven't seen since the first book so that was cool! Especially as we get to know them better. I like that B is becoming more observant. Learning to trust in herself. ALthough she is now weighted down by new guilts too.
I am now also a bit suspicious though of the doctor they are all putting their faith in. Especially when accusations are hurled that don't fully add up. This bo Aww man I am crushed a bit by what happens to one character early on in this. This book goes back to the topic of race in a major way. We even get a KKK group in this. May 05, Emerald Melody rated it it was amazing Shelves: darren-shan. It has been a few months since B's encounter on the HMS Belfast and the Board and she is losing patience and becoming bored. After the death of her artist friend from the hordes of London's undead, B took on the task of keeping his artwork safe and sorting them out.
But she wants more from her role as an Angel. She often wonders if there is more or is Dr. Oystein trusting enough of her to give her more of a role. During a soccer match between herself and fellow Angels, suddenly herself and her fe It has been a few months since B's encounter on the HMS Belfast and the Board and she is losing patience and becoming bored. How do you face the present if you're haunted by the past? Where can you turn when you're trapped in a living nightmare?
For B Smith, death is not the end! After escaping a secret military complex amid the zombie apocalypse, B roams the streets of a very changed London, dirty and dangerous and eerily quiet, except for the shuffling of the undead. Once again, B must find a way to survive against brain-eating zombies - and now also against those who have seized control of the city.
With danger lurking around every corner and no one to trust, B must decide whether to join the creepy Mr. Dowling in exchange for his protection. When everyone around you is dead, where do you turn for help? 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? Sometimes a book goes temporarily out of print - and sometimes no audio version has ever been recorded. Audible wants to give you the most complete selection we can and we'll keep adding series and filling in gaps as quickly as possible. Zom-B 12 books in series.
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