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Zom-B Angels   by Darren Shan
On Sale Date: July 9, 2013
9780316214148, 0316214140
$15.00 USD
Hardcover
Juvenile Fiction / Monsters
Ages 12 And Up, Grades 7 to 17
Little, Brown Books for Young Readers
Series: Zom-B
192 pages
5.8 in W | 8.3 in H | 0.9 in T | 0.7 lb Wt
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The fourth book in a new series of zombie stories from master of teen horror Darren Shan.

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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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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Praise for Zom-B:
"Shan packs in the bites, and he rips out enough entrails for even the most jaded zombie fan; the cliffhanger ending...closes on just the right note to leave the audience gnawing for more...A series opener to sink your teeth into."
-Kirkus Reviews
"A raw and deeply observant tale of a morally questionable kid trying, and usually failing, to move beyond the ingrained racism instilled by B's father. It is a brave move by Shan to posit such a bigoted hooligan as our protagonist."
-Booklist
"Character development is impressive...and Shan executes the transition from normalcy to wholesale terror masterfully."
-Publishers Weekly

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