The Tomorrow Code

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Random House Children's Books, Oct 28, 2008 - Juvenile Fiction - 349 pages
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THE END OF THE WORLD started quietly enough for Tane Williams and Rebecca Richards. . . .

Tane and Rebecca aren’t sure what to make of it—a sequence of 1s and 0s, the message looks like nothing more than a random collection of alternating digits. Working to decode it, however, Tane and Rebecca discover that the message contains lottery numbers . . . lottery numbers that win the next random draw! Suddenly Tane and Rebecca are rich, but who sent the numbers? And why? More messages follow, and slowly it becomes clear—the messages are being sent back in time from Tane and Rebecca’s future. Something there has gone horribly wrong, and it’s up to them to prevent it from happening. As they follow the messages’ cryptic instructions, Tane and Rebecca begin to suspect the worst—that the very survival of the human race may be at stake.

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User Review  - CharityBradford - LibraryThing

This book was ok, the beginning drove me batty though. "in the first place," "fact one," "and for another fact", on and on to the second and third facts... But then it got better or I just stopped reading every word. Not sure. Gave my hope that my book can be published. :) Read full review

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User Review  - DavidLErickson - LibraryThing

What would you do if you could send messages to the past and change history? How about if you screwed it up? The protagonists, Rebecca and Tane, in this tale are 14 and best friends. They live in a ... Read full review



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Brian Falkner often finds himself in strange and exciting situations—just the sorts of adventures he enjoys writing about! Brian is a successful children’s book author in his home country of New Zealand, where he lives with his wife, their two kids, and two dogs. To learn more about Brian, visit his Web site at

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