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Pulsating with tension, twists and a whole lot of blood, Zom-B Fugitive is the penultimate book in an addictive twelve-volume series by horror supremo, Darren Shan. While the ingeniously unpredictable plot, involving the likes of a crazy killer clown, mutant babies and legions of brain-eating zombies, will have gore fans turning the pages at breakneck speed, this series also confronts big issues face-on. The horror of fighting for survival in a violent, post-apocalyptic world is juxtaposed with horrors readers will recognise from our own - racism, cruelty and the abuse of power. And the stakes couldn’t be higher as the momentum of this unique series hurtles towards its undoubtedly shocking climax. As B, the resilient protagonist, remarks, she’s “carrying hope for the entire world”. Featuring evocative full-page illustrations by acclaimed comic book artist Warren Pleece, this is an audaciously inventive read for older readers with a thirst for the gory. - Joanne Owen
The penultimate tale in this gory, epic series from Darren Shan - with unmissably horrifying twists! The end is nigh!
The books in the Zom-B series -
3. Zom-B City
4. Zom-B Angels
5. Zom-B Baby
8. Zom-B Clans
9. Zom-B Family
10. Zom-B Bride
11. Zom-B Fugitive
12. Zom-B Goddess
Teens love to read and so in addition to our Lovereading expert review, some of our Lovereading4kids Reader Review Panel were also lucky enough to read and review the first title in the series Zom-B. You can read their reviews below.
A clever mix of horror, fantasy and realism...gripping The Telegraph
|Publication date:||10th September 2015|
|Publisher:||Simon & Schuster Childrens Books an imprint of Simon & Schuster Ltd|
|Suitable for:||13+ readers, YA readers|
Darren Shan's real name is Darren O'Shaughnessy. Although he is Irish he was actually born at St. Thomas’ Hospital, London -- directly across the river from the Houses of Parliament in Westminster (which may explain his fascination with evil bloodsuckers ...). He lived in SouthEast London until the age of six, when he moved to Limerick in Ireland, with his parents and younger brother, and has lived there ever since (but he never lost his London accent!). He later returned to London to study Sociology and English at Roehampton University. He then worked for a cable television company in Limerick ...More About Darren Shan