A Killing Frost

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Bantam Doubleday Dell Books for Young Readers, 1999 - Juvenile Fiction - 275 pages
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Five desperate teens resort to terrorist tactics in this frighteningly realistic follow-up to Tomorrow, When the War Began and The Dead of Night.
And then there were five....
It has been six long months since Ellie and her friends returned home from a camping trip to find their families and friends imprisoned by an enemy that threatens to steal Australia's freedom. Only they can stop this. Like seasoned soldiers, their methods have become extreme, even involving terrorism.
When she's not gathering food and supplies or running like prey to survive, Ellie wonders at what they've become: Are they now ruthless terrorists? The more involved and vicious it gets, the higher the stakes are raised. Everyone is fighting for their lives.

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Review: A Killing Frost (Tomorrow #3)

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This book is the third in the series and it just gets better and better. This will be a short review since I do not want to hide it because of spoilers, so this will be spoiler free. The ending was ... Read full review

Review: A Killing Frost (Tomorrow #3)

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This series is just so amazing. It is so detailed, everything so planned out and accounted for, that I find it almost unbelievable that it didn't actually happen. Ellie's character is so real ... Read full review

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
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Section 3
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About the author (1999)

John Marsden, one of Australia's most acclaimed young-adult novelists, is also the author of Letters from the Inside.

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