Darkness, Be My Friend: Tomorrow

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Pan Macmillan Australia, Sep 1, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 288 pages
116 Reviews

Nowhere to run; one place left to hide. You're running from bullets through the streets of your own town. Your life's on the line and no-one's there to help.

What's happened?

When did safety turn to fear, peace turn to war, happiness turn to panic? When did your normal day become a nightmare?

Ellie and her friends struggle with the biggest questions life can offer in Darkness, Be My Friend, the fourth book in the award-winning Tomorrow series.

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This series is gradually becoming slower in pace. - Goodreads
Going beyond that would be spoiling a bit of the plot. - Goodreads
I think we're just fishing for plot ideas... - Goodreads
For some reason, I don't tire of this plot line though. - Goodreads

Review: Darkness, Be My Friend (Tomorrow #4)

User Review  - Bailey Myers - Goodreads

oh god. Read full review

Review: Darkness, Be My Friend (Tomorrow #4)

User Review  - Grey Berry - Goodreads

Creating a book with so much suspense action and just drama. This book is outstanding. I was always wondering what was going to happen next. After hearing that Ellie and her friends had to go back to hell I was worried but also excited to see what trouble they would get in next. Read full review

About the author (2010)

John Marsden is Australia's bestselling author for teenagers and a highly acclaimed picture book writer. His previous titles include Winter, The Head Book, The Boy You Brought Home and Millie. John Marsden lives at the Tye Estate, just outside of Melbourne, where he opened a school called Candlebark in January 2006. The school currently has 52 students, ranging from Prep to Year 7.

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