The Dead of the Night: Tomorrow

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Pan Macmillan Australia, Sep 1, 2010 - Juvenile Fiction - 288 pages
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Hell is still the safest place on earth.

When you've run out of choices, you've only got yourself.

As war rages, as the enemy closes in, as Ellie and her friends fight for their lives, they are left with nothing.

Nothing but courage, spirit and pride.

The Dead of the Night is the second volume in the award-winning Tomorrow series.

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amazing plot, the writing style is pretty plain. - Goodreads
The ending took me by surprise and it's sad. - Goodreads
The character development is spot on. - Goodreads
I'm speechless about this book's ending. - Goodreads
Sad ending but a great piece of the story. - Goodreads
Everything from the introduction of “Harve - Goodreads

Review: The Dead of Night (Tomorrow #2)

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Guilty. Again. Read this one in an arvo after completing the first in the same timeframe. it was a good read, a decent story in it own right but i didnt rate it as highly as the intial (and the later ... Read full review

Review: The Dead of Night (Tomorrow #2)

User Review  - Vera Baetas - Goodreads

I like it, but I really hope that this series isn't like And There Were None by Agatha Christie. It's really bad if in the end of each book we lose a main character. There were eight, now there is five. Do the math. 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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