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Zack Freeman is back ... and so is his crazy runaway bum.But this time they're not fighting each other–this time they've joined forces to save the Earth from the most serious threat it has ever faced: an invasion of zombie bums ... zombie bums from Uranus.Join Zack, his bum, Eleanor, Silas Sterne, the Kicker, the Smacker, the Pincher, the Forker, the Flicker and the MutantZack Freeman is back ... and so is his crazy runaway bum.But this time they're not fighting each other–this time they've joined forces to save the Earth from the most serious threat it has ever faced: an invasion of zombie bums ... zombie bums from Uranus.Join Zack, his bum, Eleanor, Silas Sterne, the Kicker, the Smacker, the Pincher, the Forker, the Flicker and the Mutant Maggot Lord in the heart-stopping, nostril-blasting, Zombie-Bums-from-Uranus-filled sequel to The Day My Bum went Psycho.Zombie Bums From Uranus – another story that you and your bum will never forget.- The publication of Zombie Bums From Uranus is a significant event in the life of anyone aged 9 to 12 years old! It will be supported by a high-powered marketing campaign including television advertising and eye-catching posters and dump bins. Publicity will include an author tour to major cities and support from television and major newspapers....

Title : Zombie Bums from Uranus
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ISBN : 9781742622149
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Number of Pages : 275 Pages
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Zombie Bums from Uranus Reviews

  • Miss Ryoko
    2019-01-17 03:02

    Well, I liked this one better than the first one, however there were a couple of things I didn't.First, for being a kids book, there was a decent amount of indecent language: Zack's dad: "Damn these antiquated machines" and lots of use of the word hell - hell-bent, snowball's chance in hell, and I believe just using the word once, but I can't really remember other than I know there was another instance besides the other two examples. Now, I don't normally care about this stuff, and I'm trying to keep in context that Andy Griffith's lives in Australia and Australians might not be as annoyingly obnoxious about "bad language" as adults are in America. However, Zack's Gran was a stickler for appropriate language, so it surprises me there is more than one occasion of "foul language" in a book that is meant for kids.Second, and also in regards to the language business... the Uranus joke was just so overused in this book. It wasn't funny the first time, it wasn't funny the 150th time. Every time someone mentioned the planet, like "I can see Uranus from here!" Zack's Gran would go "Language!" and they'd say "I meant the planet!" Every. Single. Time. I wish I would have kept a tally because it was so obnoxiously overused I seriously think it'd be near the hundreds... thanks E.L James! Ugh -_-Third, the ending seemed really rather rushed and ridiculous. I know... that sounds kind of silly right? A ridiculous ending for a book called Zombie Butts from Uranus? But Teresa, surely the entire book is silly? Well yes... of course the entire book is ridiculously silly, but at least some laws of science are present and accounted for. The ending, however, was just overly unrealistic and in the context within a crazy, unrealistic book itself, well it still seemed to be so unrealistic it was unbelievable in a book all about unrealistic nonsense. So therein lies the issue... if the ending seems far too unrealistic in a book all about nonsensical and unrealistic storytelling, that's probably a problem.Other than that, the storyline was a little more interesting than the first. I liked it better. Zack's butt is probably my favorite character...other than his Gran!

  • Jody Ellis
    2018-12-29 01:54

    Andy has penned what started out as a humours book aimed at young readers. Unfortunately, it is a book filled with grey areas. Bad language like 'crap' and 'hell' did not sit with me, so I stopped reading to the kids after a while due to the lack of suitability. It featured strong language i would expect in young adult but the themes were about farts and bums so the target seems young readers. The jokes were thin, and were based around the same three with the worst being the gran and her seeing everything as bad language (including idiot. What the?). It wore thin real quick and became cringe worthy towards the end. As an adult, you could play a drinking game and take a shot every time that joke is pulled??The story line wasn't half bad and you have to hand it to Andy for originality. I gave 3 stars for the storyline and that it would certainly attract a young readership. If it wasn't for this, it would be only awarded 1-2 stars for the language and jokes. Unfortunately I doubt I will pursue any of Andys other writings as it isn't to my taste and I had originally obtained it as a light hearted fun read that the kids and I could giggle about since it's about farts and bums and zombies. With the language issue and the terrible jokes, this will end my journey with Andy.

  • JoRdAn BeAk
    2019-01-21 06:11

    this is a mint book

  • Nina
    2018-12-24 10:09

    I read/finished this sequel yesterday/last night while I was in Tagaytay, getting ready for bed.12:22AM--To be honest, when I set myself up on rereading this sequel of The Day My Butt Went Psycho, I couldn't remember a thing about it. But as I continued reading it, I realized that many events seemed familiar. But I didn't remember anything major, so I still got to experience the thrill of reading this book, not knowing what was going to happen next.This book may very well be filled with terms that only young children may find funny because of the crudeness, but I still found it fun. After reading the whole book, I saw an ad in the back pages for The Day My Butt Went Psycho and underneath, it said that it was in the New York Times bestseller list. That was when it dawned on me. The crudity of the words may turn particular people off, but the sheer adventure and thrill that this book had (and the original one, too) really makes up for it.If Griffiths wrote real adventure novels, without any crude terms, I'm sure he'd attract more readers. His stories and ideas are good. I really am willing to bet that it's just the crude terms that made readers hesitant to start reading this series or any other books by Andy Griffiths.Despite the crudity, I really do like Andy Griffith's style of writing. Fun, easy and believable. I really had no problem imagining everything happen, which made me have a great experience. I mean, when I started reading this evening, I was still in the 2nd chapter, but when I checked again, I was already 3/4 done with the book! That says a lot about this book, doesn't it?--12:34AM

  • Ash... =] Barrera =D
    2018-12-31 04:18

    Zach is a junior league butt fighter. He didn't win any simulator games so he ran away. He found a butt feeler and his butt can talk and detach itself. Its kind of creepy. She felt it and gave him some ketchup. He found about the zombie butts when he got to Mabel Town. His grandmother lives there. She was always prepared for war like this. His grandma was a famous butt fighter. Zach doesn't know that. They went to their attic and it was a butt fighter control room.A girl from the academy came in a buttmobile. She picked them up. They meet up with two other butt fighters. They burned some butts and they got knocked out from the smell. Zach's parents are on a secret E-Mission. They are on Uranus right now. They got kidnapped to the Magitorium. A butt was talking to Zach down in the Magitorium. The maggot lord came out and made a deal with them. They half to bring zombie butts to his kids. they did. They mutant maggots ate them and died. Then they woke up and the were mutant zombie maggots.The great white butt came to earth to take over. When he got there e scared all the mutant zombie maggots away. On uranus Zachs mom hit the great white butt with a perfume bomb. The great white butt blasted Zach grandma and the two other butt fighters. Zach and Elinor tried to kill it. and they did.Zachs parents came back and Zach got a certificate and the teachers of the junior league got unzombie buttified and Gran went somewhere they don't know. And they lived their life as butt-fighters. I think this book is really good and gross. I recommend that kids read this book not adults.

  • Raymond
    2019-01-22 02:48

    Zack is back along with the butts. Zombie butts from Uranus have been awaken by "accident". They invaded Earth under the command of the Great White Butt. Instantly the butt fighters got geared up and proceeded to stop these zombie butts, butt to their surprise they were unable to harm them. Their usual butt fighting techniques were useless against this new threat. They tried everything but nothing seemed to work...except for ketchup! With this new weapon they were able to hold the zombie butts off. This is the second in the series and I think it was pretty interesting. At first it seemed like all hope was lost, It didn't seem like anything could be done about the butts. This got me on the edge of my seat with all the suspense especially with the return of the kisser. I had no idea what to expect in this book, anything was possible, which made this a book you won't be able to put down.

  • Gail
    2019-01-14 10:02

    What can you say about a book that comes with a warning: "If you are a parent or a teacher or even if you're just over eighteen, put this book down now!You won't like it! You won't understand it! You wil be totally grossed out by it." TRUE!! "Recommended" in a Book Links article (May 2009) The Gross and the Gory: Making Reading Connections with Boys" that states very clearly that boys like action, adventure, and toilet humor. So I was off to meet the author Andy Griffiths who specializes in such books. I only made it through a couple of chapters (after all I had been warned). Enough to know that talking butts, crapalances, poopigators, etc.are not for me. Will the third and fourth grade boys love this? And the first one "The Day My Butt Went Psycho!" I expect so.

  • Ozan Akipek
    2019-01-08 04:49

    What can you say about a book that comes with a warning: "If you are a parent or a teacher or even if you're just over eighteen, put this book down now!You won't like it! You won't understand it! You wil be totally grossed out by it." TRUE!! "Recommended" in a Book Links article (May 2009) The Gross and the Gory: Making Reading Connections with Boys" that states very clearly that boys like action, adventure, and toilet humor. So I was off to meet the author Andy Griffiths who specializes in such books. I only made it through a couple of chapters (after all I had been warned). Enough to know that talking butts, crapalances, poopigators, etc.are not for me. Will the third and fourth grade boys love this? And the first one "The Day My Butt Went Psycho!" I expect so

  • Jose Reyes
    2019-01-15 06:57

    The book Zombie Butts form Uranus is a very funny and adventureous book. The reason that it was so funny was because it was well.....on BUTTS! Not just any butts though they are ZOMBIE BUTTS FROM URANUS!!!!!!!! Zack Freeman is not a very good butt fighter which in his mind the worst there ever was. Zack Freeman is not told this by his parents but they are acually first rate butt fighters but they tell there SON that they are music players and that they are on a world tour. They are acually in outer space studying the rings of Uranus. Which in this book are frozen dead cold disgusting butts! Zack freeman meets up with old friend s and enimies all while fighting the GREAT WHITE BUTT!

  • Kate
    2019-01-02 04:59

    I should have listened to the warning at the beginning - this book is not suitable for adults. I did laugh out loud at many of the butt puns (univarse...haha) but they started to blend together after a few pages. Plus I didn't care for the story. I'm sure 12-year-old me would have been into it more, and I will definitely recommend this one to children who like to giggle uncontrollably. It could be good for playing the The Eye of Argon game for kids (try to read it out loud for as long as possible without laughing).

  • Essau Alli
    2019-01-03 03:57

    This book is part of a series. Its about these kids who stop people from other planets. This butt can control the person he is on. Then when these kids realize that more people from a different planet are coming are zombie butts and they need to stop them.I can connect this book the world because there are villains that need to be stopped. They are trying to stop them but the villain avoids them. In the world there are criminals and other bad things and the zombie butts are the criminals in the book.I rate this book 2 stars because I did not find it as funny as the title. I thought it was not very interesting because the plot felt immature for me.

  • Tino
    2019-01-19 10:05

    "Zombie Butts From Uranus" was a terrible book by Andy Griffiths. It was about a boy named Zach who was training to be a butt-fighter. As he was training his test were very hard for him so he quit the butt-fighting academy. A couple days after that zombie butt landed on earth and started to attack earth. Zach was the only one who could stop them. I really truely didn't like this book because I thought that it was stupid and really dumb. I thought it was stupid because of all the bad puns in the words. I recommend this book to elementary students not middle school 8th grade students.

  • Angeluismanzueta
    2018-12-23 02:56

    this sequel is about zack and his butt go in marvelous adventures in space fighting butt zombies the great white butt and more this book is hilarious and embarrasing reading about butts. i would text-to-text this book to also previous books of one of andy griffins books known as the day my butt went psycho it is as hilarious as this book. i would give this book 4 stars because it is funny action butt fighting and more marvelous adventures along the way but closer to the end it got pretty boring it seems as if the author had noting else to say.

  • Joseph Park
    2019-01-02 07:12

    I don't think that this book was great... I mean, it had the laughs, but overall, the plot of the story was not good, and I think the author confuses people with the made-up words that he makes. The book was a great laugh because it had a lot of fiction, such as a butt who actually talks. The book is about a boy named Zack who tries to save the world from a zombie butt invasion, after he had destroyed the Great-white butt in book 1. I do not think I would recommend this book to adults, but kids who love fantasy.

  • John
    2019-01-18 08:18

    I don't think that this book was great because the plot of the story was not good, and I think the author confuses people with the made-up words that he makes. The book was a great laugh because it had a lot of fiction, such as a butt who actually talks. The book is about a boy named Zack who tries to save the world from a zombie butt invasion, after he had destroyed the Great-white butt in book 1. I do not think I would recommend this book to adults, but kids who love fantasy

  • Emily
    2018-12-31 08:04

    Sometimes you just need to read something ridiculous and mindless. I laughed time and time again when characters would get the words 'Uranus' and 'Your anus' mixed up. I swear I must really be a kid in a grown-up's body...I just love butt humor. Or maybe it is because I have the poopiest baby ever. And she is so hilarious when she poops! You hear a 'squirt-squirt' and then the cutest little grunt ever.

  • Jeff Fong
    2019-01-21 09:09

    This book is not recommendable to anyone of the human race. This book was so childish, yet it doesn't deserve to be on a child's hands. The book tells a story about a boy who saves the world from an invasion of Zombie Butts, sounds stupid doesn't it? It gets worse. There are dozens of made up words in this text as the author attempts to confuse you until you torch the book in a forest fire that you will eventually make after reading the first page.

  • Katherine
    2019-01-22 04:50

    In this novel, Zac's grandmother makes an appearance as one of the most famous bum hunters every known and used to be appart of one of the greatest bum fighting trio; The Smacker, The Kicker and The Pincher. Togehter they must stop a foreign race of bums from uranus (pun intended of course, Griffiths is cleaver like that) from zombifying the human race. A great sequal to The Day My Bum Went Phycho, a very funny read.

  • Alaina.caraballo
    2019-01-12 04:13

    Zack is on his way to becoming a first rate butt-fighter. He was defeat great butts, smelly butts and just straight up nasty butts. But there are new kinds of butts. ZOMBIE BUTTS FROM URANUS!!! They are smelly, round, big and undefeatable! It is up to one boy and his small butt to save the world which they end up doing! I loved this book because its so funny && smelly. (lol)

  • Steve Mitchell
    2018-12-24 06:56

    This was bought for me as a present on the strength of the title alone. I read the first book - The Day My Bum Went Psycho - first and found it to be pretty daft and this is just the same. This book is targeted at children who may find the references to bums and farts hilarious but I will not be reading the final volume of the trilogy

  • Dramane
    2019-01-18 05:54

    This book is about a kid and his butt. They go thrugh crazy adventures and meet crazy people and do the funniest things that you can imagine. This book will crack you up and do the craziest stuff ever. You will also experience how close you are with yor but.

  • Peter Millett
    2018-12-30 02:07

    I know boys love it - but I don't get it. Repeating the word 'fart' approximately 8,000 times is strangely tiring. Sells by the truck load though. A bit like real life farts - endlessly amusing until you start feeling ill.

  • Jared Polston
    2018-12-28 01:52

    A sequel to one of my favorite books of all times. Zombie Butts from Uranus has the same comedy from the original book that I know and love, but it also brings interesting twists that will have you reading hours on end.

  • Gabriel
    2019-01-22 09:52

    As usual, I was thrilled again by the story. I really liked it. the humor gets better and better, and that's good. the character of Gran and Mabel's Angels are really the most funny here. I reall liked it

  • Noahva
    2018-12-23 05:17

    This sequel to the extreme guilty pleasure, "The Day My Butt Went Psycho", is lack luster to expectations. It did not have the comedic impact the first one did, removing about 60% of the reason to read it. I say, don't bother with it.

  • Antediluvianbychoice
    2019-01-05 06:50

    Sadly, not nearly was lighthearted and the Captain Underpants series. These will NOT make my classroom library. His Campfire Weenies stories, however, are quite interesting. Those make the grade. But these other two were an bsolute waste of my time.

  • Jarod
    2019-01-19 01:56

    it is funny and funny and also hilarious

  • Jackson L
    2019-01-14 03:58

    Great story of how zombies came from uranus

  • Mayra
    2019-01-23 04:07

    Read this book together with my son. It is definitely a boy's book. It's a mainly about butt-fighters. Literally, butts fighting. Good read.

  • Caitlin Myers
    2019-01-05 05:05

    Potty humor. merp.