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The Tomorrow Series: The Third Day, The Frost: Book 3

The Tomorrow Series: The Third Day, The Frost: Book 3 (Paperback)

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Ellie and her friends have achieved more than they ever thought possible as an unarmed bunch of amateur teenage fighters. But it's not enough. The war wages on, their families are in captivity and their country is on its knees. Hiding back in Hell, the friends face a big question: what to do next? The gang have another success when they manage to rescue Kevin. He returns to them equipped with a new knowledge of explosives. Suddenly the question of what to do next becomes clear - launch an attack on the major enemy target of Cobblers' Bay.Can Ellie, Homer, Fi, Robin, Lee and Kevin really stage a major military attack on the enemy? And in their attempt to pull it off, what will they have to sacrifice? They have already lost Corrie and Chris; who else will the group have to lose in their desperation to defend their country? The Third Day, The Frost, draws the reader deeper into the struggle of these ordinary teens attempting to survive in extraordinary times. A tense and moving read that will stay with you forever.

Children'sFiction & true storiesAdventure storiesChildren'sFiction & true storiesFantasy & magical realism Publisher: Hachette Children's Group Publication Date: 01/04/2012 ISBN-13: 9780857388759  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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John Marsden wrote the Tomorrow series while working as a teacher in Australia to show his students that books weren't boring. He now runs his own school outside Melbourne which he describes as 'somewhere between Steiner and The Simpsons'. The Tomorrow series has become Australia's most successful YA series ever and John is Australia's most celebrated author for young people.

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