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Home John Marsden The Dead of Night. Even so, the last writing I did was ages ago, after the night Kevin drove away from us in the dark Mercedes, with Corrie wounded and unconscious in the back seat.

Home John Marsden The Dead of Night. The dead of night, by John Marsden. p. cm. Sequel to: Tomorrow, when the war began. I remember thinking afterwards that if I'd had one wish, it would be to know that they'd made it to the Hospital and were well-treated. If I'd had two wishes, it would be to know that my parents were still OK, locked up in the Cattle Pavilion at the Showground.

Author(s): John Marsden, Suzi Dougherty. The Dead Of The Night (The Tomorrow Series, Published July 7th 1995 by Macmillan Children's Books. ISBN: 1742143377 (ISBN13: 9781742143378). Paperback, 288 pages.

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by John Marsden (Author), Suzi Dougherty (Reader), David Badrick (Producer) & 0 more. John Marsden builds amazing tension and atmosphere as the story of these unlikely heroes is told from Ellie's perspective. In what is an amazing story of courage and coming of age, you are not quite sure what to expect next. This, the second of seven books, continues the astounding journey and does not disappoint.

John Marsden (Author), Suzi Dougherty (Narrator), Bolinda Publishing . Whilst slow again at the beginning the book makes you want to keep reading. cant wait to start the next book.

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John Marsden accidentally put himself through the perfect training to become a novelist. He also had a variety of jobs, 32 at the last count, including working in abattoirs, hospitals, morgues and a haunted house. In 1985, rather to his own surprise, he found himself teaching English in the Australian bush, at Timbertop School. Noticing a complete lack of interest in reading among his Year 9 students he tried his hand at writing a short novel that he thought they might enjoy.

Written by John Marsden, narrated by Suzi Dougherty.

The Dead of the Night, also published as The Dead of Night, is the second book in the Tomorrow series by John Marsden. It is a young adult invasion literature novel, detailing the occupation of Australia by an unnamed foreign power. It continues the story started in Tomorrow, When the War Began.

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Or was it my imagination? I'd looked for dawn so many times already, but with no satisfaction. Homer was asleep on my left, mouth open, snoring slightly. Homer was asleep on my left, mouth open, snoring slightly ould look glazed and opaque to anyone staring into them. Luckily no one was staring into them. I looked around listlessly. A faint breeze tickled the leaves of the trees, made them move and whisper and play around. In the bush ahead of me a branch cracked and fell. It sounded surprisingly loud, though I didn't hear it hit the ground

The Dead of Night: Library Edition (Tomorrow) epub download

ISBN13: 978-1921334535

ISBN: 1921334533

Author: Suzi Dougherty,John Marsden

Category: Young Adult and teen

Subcategory: Literature & Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Bolinda Audio; Unabridged edition (January 30, 2008)

ePUB size: 1908 kb

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Rating: 4.1

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Kagda
"The Dead of Night" is the second book of the Tomorrow Series.

Book two breaks away from any comparisons to other military invasions novels that involve young adults. This is because the narrative and the characters experience further development, which includes Ellie having a significant personal experience despite the carnage of war.

The story has a smooth follow on from book one, and questions the reader may be left wondering after the first book do receive attention, such as the fate of Corrie and Kevin, who are addressed immediately.

The group faces multiple skirmishes with the enemy and further personal loss. Yet their survival skills and ability to operate as a successful unit continues to enhance.

The desire to read each book of the series is additionally stimulated by this stage of the story, as the destiny of the characters and Australia can only be quenched by reading on.

Nicholas R.W. Henning - Australian Author
Kagda
"The Dead of Night" is the second book of the Tomorrow Series.

Book two breaks away from any comparisons to other military invasions novels that involve young adults. This is because the narrative and the characters experience further development, which includes Ellie having a significant personal experience despite the carnage of war.

The story has a smooth follow on from book one, and questions the reader may be left wondering after the first book do receive attention, such as the fate of Corrie and Kevin, who are addressed immediately.

The group faces multiple skirmishes with the enemy and further personal loss. Yet their survival skills and ability to operate as a successful unit continues to enhance.

The desire to read each book of the series is additionally stimulated by this stage of the story, as the destiny of the characters and Australia can only be quenched by reading on.

Nicholas R.W. Henning - Australian Author
Cordabor
I found Dead of Night to be a great sequel to Tomorrow, When the War Began (The Tomorrow Series #1) because there seemed to be a lot more action going on. I felt like the interactions between the kids were much more realistic and enjoyed hearing more from Ellie's perspective.

I did find it annoying that the synopsis on the back of the book has almost nothing to do with the central plot of the book. It just doesn't make sense to plug a rescue mission when that part only takes up one chapter at most.

Great read aside though, I was LIVID when I found out that books 3 & 4 are not available for purchase anywhere online. Only one library in Honolulu has the third and it's pretty out of the way. I cannot believe Scholastic doesn't have two books in the series in print, but it has books 5 and on available. Don't get sucked in unless you know how to get books 3 and 4.
Cordabor
I found Dead of Night to be a great sequel to Tomorrow, When the War Began (The Tomorrow Series #1) because there seemed to be a lot more action going on. I felt like the interactions between the kids were much more realistic and enjoyed hearing more from Ellie's perspective.

I did find it annoying that the synopsis on the back of the book has almost nothing to do with the central plot of the book. It just doesn't make sense to plug a rescue mission when that part only takes up one chapter at most.

Great read aside though, I was LIVID when I found out that books 3 & 4 are not available for purchase anywhere online. Only one library in Honolulu has the third and it's pretty out of the way. I cannot believe Scholastic doesn't have two books in the series in print, but it has books 5 and on available. Don't get sucked in unless you know how to get books 3 and 4.
Mysterious Wrench
The movie is a little better than the books. The problem is that these young men and women just had their home invaded and they labor over taking up arms and fighting them. They are so P.C. that they worry whether or not they should shoot them, and whether or not it was their countries fault for the invasion. (The idea being that they didn't treat their neighbors good enough and had it too good themselves.) The action however, is good and the interaction between characters is rewarding. So put the foolish P.C. stuff aside and it is enjoyable.
Mysterious Wrench
The movie is a little better than the books. The problem is that these young men and women just had their home invaded and they labor over taking up arms and fighting them. They are so P.C. that they worry whether or not they should shoot them, and whether or not it was their countries fault for the invasion. (The idea being that they didn't treat their neighbors good enough and had it too good themselves.) The action however, is good and the interaction between characters is rewarding. So put the foolish P.C. stuff aside and it is enjoyable.
Negal
I enjoyed this book actually more than the first. The complexity of emotions and character development elevated this a bit above the naive "young adult" feel of the first book. My only complaint is that the plot (particularly the end) was rather formulaic and predictable. I hope I'm not in for 5 more repeats of this same story arc. Having each book essentially end the same way gets tiresome. Still... solid series, and I'm looking forward to book 3.
Negal
I enjoyed this book actually more than the first. The complexity of emotions and character development elevated this a bit above the naive "young adult" feel of the first book. My only complaint is that the plot (particularly the end) was rather formulaic and predictable. I hope I'm not in for 5 more repeats of this same story arc. Having each book essentially end the same way gets tiresome. Still... solid series, and I'm looking forward to book 3.
Snowseeker
I read the first of these books in High School. I related to them then for a different reason. John Marsden is an amazing author. The realism of the books and the emotional side effects of the demonstrated actions is often left out. I will buy the whole series.
Snowseeker
I read the first of these books in High School. I related to them then for a different reason. John Marsden is an amazing author. The realism of the books and the emotional side effects of the demonstrated actions is often left out. I will buy the whole series.
Anaragelv
This book was a great sequel to Tomorrow When The War Began. If there is a negative it is that once you start reading this series, you become hooked on finding out what happens and there are five more books after this before you know if Ellie and her friends succeed in helping to earn freedom for their land again.
Anaragelv
This book was a great sequel to Tomorrow When The War Began. If there is a negative it is that once you start reading this series, you become hooked on finding out what happens and there are five more books after this before you know if Ellie and her friends succeed in helping to earn freedom for their land again.
Rocksmith
A continuation of the series in much the same vain: action-packed, dystopian, teenage-angst set in Australia. It really keeps you reading and is fun. Unfortunately the sex isn't brilliantly written and the proofreading in the kindle edition is quite shocking, but overall a good young adult series so far.
Rocksmith
A continuation of the series in much the same vain: action-packed, dystopian, teenage-angst set in Australia. It really keeps you reading and is fun. Unfortunately the sex isn't brilliantly written and the proofreading in the kindle edition is quite shocking, but overall a good young adult series so far.
Wish they would have continued with the movies.
Wish they would have continued with the movies.