John Marsden is the author of a number of books on the early history of Scotland and Northumbria. His highly (). cover image of The Dead of the Night. The Dead of the Night. The Dead of the Night 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. JOHN MARSDEN their lives. The Dead of the Night. Now in the midst of war, the friends fight on, making life difficult for the enemy and never ceasing to surprise.
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The Dead Of Night (The Tomorrow Series #2). Home · The Dead Of Night (The Author: John Marsden The Night is for Hunting (The Tomorrow Series #6). THE TOMORROW SERIES JOHN MARSDEN THE DEAD OF THE NIGHT PAN Pan Macmillan Australia John Marsden's website can be vis. Trove: Find and get Australian resources. Books, images, historic newspapers, maps, archives and more.
Retrieved on 14 November The Age. The Tomorrow series has become Australia's most successful YA series ever and John is Australia's most celebrated author for young people. Seventeen-year-old Ellie and her friends have survived the invasion, but two of their band are captured: He now runs his own school outside Melbourne which he describes as 'somewhere between Steiner and The Simpsons'. Kevin is imprisoned and Corrie is alive, but in a coma.
The Tomorrow Series: The Dead of the Night: Book 2.
Description When their country is invaded and their families are taken, eight high school teenagers band together to fight. Seventeen-year-old Ellie and her friends have survived the invasion, but two of their band are captured: Kevin is imprisoned and Corrie is alive, but in a coma.
Homer and Ellie are determined to get them back and to continue their campaign against the enemy. They discover that there are other rebels out there, fighting the invaders - but who are they and can they be trusted? As the pressure grows, can Ellie work out her conflicted feelings for the brilliant, arrogant Homer and the strong, gentle Lee? As war rages, and the enemy closes in, Ellie and her friends must once again fight for their lives A truly involving story about teenagers facing the incredible challenges of warfare, amid the intensity of first love.
Would you sacrifice everything to save your country and your family? Other books in this series. Add to basket. The Dead of the Night John Marsden. The Night is for Hunting John Marsden.
Burning for Revenge John Marsden. Review quote 'a brilliant series About John Marsden John Marsden wrote the Tomorrow series while working as a teacher in Australia to show his students that books weren't boring. Fresh from the discovery of what had happened to their friends, the group agrees to make an attack on the convoys on the highway to Cobbler's Bay.
While preparing their ambush, the group is surprised by a small patrol. Homer kills one soldier and injures another with a sawed-off shotgun at close quarters before going into shock.
A third, and final, soldier panics and flees into the bush away from the highway leaving their pack and rifle behind.
Ellie takes charge of the situation, kills the wounded soldier and makes the decision to continue on with the attack. The attack succeeds and the group return to Hell. They decide that their next course of action should be to investigate the other paths in and out of Hell to determine where they lead. Chris, however, decides not to go and to stay behind instead.
Their exploration leads them to a group of free Australians called "Harvey's Heroes" led by former school principal and army reservist Major Harvey. He refuses to allow any portion of the group to return to Hell to find Chris.
Although Harvey brags about having made several attacks on the enemy, these attacks are revealed to be low-risk acts.
The group is invited to spectate as Harvey's Heroes destroy an abandoned tank, but they are led into an enemy ambush and have to flee from the scene. Fi is chased by an enemy soldier. Homer and Ellie ambush and incapacitate the man as he prepares to rape Fi but cannot bring themselves to kill him when they discover that he is a teenager like themselves.
Lee arrives and stabs the soldier in the heart, disturbing the others. When they return to Hell to find Chris absent and then head into Wirrawee. The group take refuge in Robyn's music teacher's house, where Ellie and Lee consummate their relationship for the first time.
They move on to a church, where they keep watch over some of the early colonists. Here they discover that Major Harvey, presumed dead in the ambush, is now working directly with the enemy.
Reeling from this discovery, they arrange to blow up several of the houses. The attack is successful, but on their way back to Hell they see an overturned vehicle near a dam; further investigation reveals that Chris had overturned the car and died weeks ago. The book ends where it begins, with the group depressed and with low morale. In December , The Age reported that The Dead of Night had been green-lit for production, which would commence once the script by Stuart Beattie  was completed,  with release scheduled for On 20 November , Sydney's Daily Telegraph reported that the sequel had apparently been cancelled.
Lincoln Lewis stated "At this stage it doesn't look like it's going to go ahead.
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