Publish date: September 27th 2012
Publisher: Simon & Schuster
Pages no: 217
Edition language: English
Series: Zom-B (#1)
★★★★ 4 StarsI must admit that I am a fan of Darren Shan, I've been reading his work on and off for many years. I also like a good zombie book. I didn't expect some of the elements that were in this book, mainly the abuse and the racism. I love a book to be hard hitting and thought provoking and I fe...
Epically bad and too cliche for words. Some redeemable value for a middle school reader but not much.
I did not like this book. It was like this book couldn't decide if it wanted to preach about how bad racism is or if it wanted to be a standard zombie book. The gory bits were repetitive and I could care less about the characters.There seemed to be no character development for the secondary characte...
You know why liked this book? Because the main character is a totally rotten boy. He's a little jerk and I want to slap him ... Until he's not any of those things.And it's an okay story. Not too many zombies though, this is more a book that sets the stage for the rest of the series, one can assume...
Huh. What? I’m having a really hard time writing this review, because this book left me feeling so confused. I grabbed this book because I was looking for something that would be different from my normal genre. I was looking for a thriller with a lot of action. The blurb for this book makes it seem ...
Share this Book