Zom-B Baby by Darren Shan Review

This is the fifth book in Zom-B series and I have really started getting into the series now and want to find out more about the story. Anyway, it is time for a review.



B has spent the last few months bunking with the Angels, a group of teens dedicated to eradicating the evil dead from the face of the earth, beginning with the undead roaming the abandoned wreckage that was once London. But the Angels’ mission is a bit more complicated than that, and B takes to the streets of a very changed London to decide: is it a mission really to be believed? But instead of answers, B finds a horror beyond imagining.

Taken from goodreads

After B finds out why Dr Oystein is doing what he is doing with the angels, she tries to keep going with life with the angels but because she can’t accept Oystein belief about being spoken to by God she decides to leave and find somewhere else where she can live in peace. A lot about this book was great especially with B questioning why people seem to believe in God and why exactly she should believe them, I do wish that B wasn’t so stubborn on this fact though as I did feel like this who book was dedicated to the whole idea if God exists or not and did start to get a bit boring near the end but luckily the ending did help with the overall experience of reading the book.

As I said above God is mentioned a lot in this book and both sides have good points when it comes to the argument on if God exists or not and it does make you wonder about your own belief and what you would do in this situation. This is one thing I do love about Darren Shan books is how he can write a great story but at the same time make you think about life.

I did find the overall story to be good as it was nice to find out more about the city of London and finding out that Timothy is still alive was great as I did like him as a character and hoped we would see more of him. It is because of Timothy that we get the ending we did and I loved every second of the ending and can’t wait to find out more about how that part of the story is all going to come together.

I personally think this is the weakest book in the series but if you want a 200-page debate on if God exists or not then this might be for you.

Aaron Morrsi

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