Tomorrow When the War Began

Tomorrow When the War Began

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When their country is invaded and their families are taken, eight high school teenagers band together to fight. Seventeen-year-old Ellie Linton wants one final adventure with her friends before the school holidays are over. Packed in Ellie's parents' land rover they drive to the famously isolated rock pool Eden dubbed 'Hell' by the locals. Returning to their home town of Wirrawee, the seven teenagers realize that something is seriously wrong. Power to the houses has been cut, pets and livestock have been left dead or dying, and most alarmingly of all, everyone's family has vanished. When the hostile armed forces discover that the teenagers are lying low in the vicinity, Ellie and her friends must band together to escape, outwit and strike back against the mysterious enemy that has seized control of their town and imprisoned their friends and loved ones...

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Product details

  • Paperback | 304 pages
  • 126 x 196 x 22mm | 222.26g
  • Hachette Children's Group
  • Quercus Children's Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0857387332
  • 9780857387332
  • 3,086

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'Tomorrow is a seven-book long series and I've already started reading the second ... an exciting action-adventure that ends with a bang' Pretty Books. Pretty Books 'a very enjoyable read ... It's like an electric current running through your veins, that's how eager and how much I loved this book' Read, Write and Read. Read, Write and Read '[John Marsden] knows how to create a palpable page-turner for all ages' SFCrowsnet. SFCrowsnet 'The best series for Australian teens of all time.' The Age. Age

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About John Marsden

John Marsden is Australia's bestselling author for teenagers and a highly acclaimed picture book writer.

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Customer reviews

I first read this series as a 12 year old when we all passed the one set of books around the classroom. I then re read them as a 25yo and fell in love with the characters all again! John Marsden has a special way of communicating with teenagers and they can really relate to his stories. This series deals with adventure, teen angst and first loves. I absolutely love this series and will read it again and againshow more
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