The New Zealand Herald | 15 March 2013 |

After an odd prologue, "B" takes up the story, with his family debating whether the news item about a zombie attack in Ireland is real or CGI. His dad, who we discover is a full-blown racist, thinks it's a joke, but that it's okay to lose a few Irish. B claims to dislike his racism but in situations at school we find B has absorbed some of his dad's attitudes. But when zombies attack the school, B is forced to join forces with anyone with enough guts to fight. Zom-B may take some getting into but the determined will find it all starts to gel. A twist or two make you wonder what will come next (11 more books are promised).

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