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Darkness, Be My Friend

By John Marsden

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Format: Paperback, 288 pages
Published In: Australia, 01 August 2008
Nowhere to run; one place left to hide. You're running from bullets through the streets of your own town. Your life's on the line and no-one's there to help. What's happened? When did safety turn to fear, peace turn to war, happiness turn to panic? When did your normal day become a nightmare? Ellie and her friends struggle with the biggest questions life can offer in 'Darkness, Be My Friend', the fourth book in the award-winning "Tomorrow" series. 12+ years

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"Marsden's style is as surefooted as his independent band of teens."

EAN: 9780330360050
ISBN: 0330360051
Publisher: Pan Australia
Dimensions: 18.3 x 11.6 x 1.8 centimetres (0.13 kg)
Age Range: 5-9 years
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Armando Neris on
 
Ashton, as Ellie would say to your plaint about the order of the books in the series, "If I lay it all out for you you won't grow and become a better person." I too get terribly mixed up on the different titles, and their order. I think I have two copies of #3, with different titles and different cover illustrations. These are the American and the UK editions. The only way I ever figured it out was that, in some of the books, on about the third page from the front cover, they show their pictures and array them in proper order. Once I had painfully figured it out, I wrote the numbers in my copies. So I could now go home (I'm at the office), get out the stack, arrange them by the numbers I've written in them, copy the list and send it to you. Although some of the others would think it's the least a fellow could do for a mate, that would upset Ellie, eh? I think I have to warn you of something--you who loved the first book so much. They don't actually get better. They bounce along, usually as good as Tomorrow, and sometimes almost as good.
Fiona Dean on
 
Ellie and her friends got out. Out of Hell, out of Australia, and, they thought, out of the war.
But now they're being sent back. With New zealand guerillas who treat them like they have a mental age of two there also, they are only supposed to be used as guides.
However, for Ellie and her friends, things rarely go as they're supposed to be...
fantastic book.
Kirsten Wadsworth on
 
Yet another fantastic installment into the Tomorrow series by John Marsden. This time, Ellie and her friends are safe; finally. But they can't help but feel that something is amiss. So when the chance to return to their beloved country comes up, there is no decision. Now they have the chance to make a difference, and to do some real damage to the idiots who ever thought they could get away with taking everything the kids held dear.
Heather Gifford on
 
in this book, the teens have been lifted out of australia, and are safe in good old new zealand. however they are not very happy about it, and want to go back and do some more fighting and check if their families are okay. however the people do not want them to go back, which causes some tension and conflict.
Elise Crompton on
 
This was an awsome addition to the John Marsden books as one would expect. After being airlifted out of Australia Ellie and the others are back with a vengence and this book is just as gripping as the others. Like the ones before you will be on the edge of your seat and may very well fall off!
Kirsten Wadsworth on
 
As in tradition John Marsden style, this is a fast-paced action/war novel that will leave you hanging and holding your breath at every turn. The fourth in the Tomorrow series, some readers may find the ever continuing disputes and relatively similar courses of action that are taking beginning to wane. But the action is still there, and will thrill all fans of John Marsden's wondeful abilities.
ryan mcconway on
 
The 4th book in the tomorrow when the war began series by John Marsden. A great read since they leave hell and start to explore the country. they do alot of mission in this story and their major one fails which is a first for the gang of people. They seem to get in alot or trouble and fear their safety in this sorry. A great read if you have read the novals before the darkness be my friend noval.

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