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#935828 in Books Scholastic Paperbacks 2007-01-01Original language:EnglishPDF # 1 8.25 x 5.75 x .75l, .61 #File Name: 0439858046256 pages | File size: 65.Mb John Marsden : The Night is for Hunting (The Tomorrow Series #6) before purchasing it in order to gage whether or not it would be worth my time, and all praised The Night is for Hunting (The Tomorrow Series #6): 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Love it.By SheylaHonestly, these books are the best.0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Continuing with EllieBy amberJohn Mardsen has the ability to hold your interest. Having bought the first book only because I first saw the movie "Tomorrow when the war began", I'm afraid I was hooked. A bit off putting knowing it was aimed at the teenage market, Nevertheless, the concept was fascinating and the book well written. So - as the title says, this is book 6 and the story continues.I guess part of the fascination is


placing oneself in that same situation. Australia divided into two countries with the invader allotted their share right next door to your family farm? Peace? I don't think so.0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Five StarsBy 357spikeMighty fine! Good value, as described, shipped in the time frame predicted at time of purchase. Highly recommended seller! In the penultimate installment of the internationally bestselling Tomorrow series, Ellie and her friends look after a gang of orphans whose wild behavior reveals the true impact of war.Amidst a brutal war with no end in sight, Ellie and her four remaining friends discover that their hidden refuge becomes a crowded place when they decide to care for an uncooperative crew of orphans. Things only get worse when Ellie and Homer learn that mysterious visitors have discovered their sanctuary. Has the enemy found them out?Five ordinary teens brave the worst in this electrifying continuation of their battle to stay safe and sane in a war zone that was once their home. From Publishers WeeklyThe adventures of five Australian teenagers continue in the sixth installment in the Tomorrow series, The Night Is for Hunting by John Marsden. While trying to care for a group of ungrateful orphans, Ellie and her friends struggle to survive against enemy invaders. Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information, Inc.From School Library JournalGr 7 Up-Marsden continues the saga that began in Tomorrow When the War Began (Houghton, 1995), in which Australia was invaded and occupied by an unknown enemy and a group of teens organized a guerrilla campaign against the invaders. New Zealand has since been drawn into the war, but the setting of this sixth installment is largely in "Hell," a part of the Australian outback used by the young partisans as a safe haven when they aren't launching attacks against the enemy. Ellie and her comrades take in "ferals," children who have been left to run wild in the streets of a nearby town. The kids are not receptive to being cared for, and the teens' attempts at building a sense of community and family sometimes allow for a few lighthearted moments. The war, of course, is never far away. There are plenty of dramatic, fast-paced battle scenes with lots of action and carnage, which is vividly depicted. Ellie wrestles with her conscience throughout the story. Does she have the right to kill others in order to survive? Marsden offers no definitive answer to such questions, leaving readers to make up their own minds. Although this story picks up where Darkness, Be My Friend (Houghton, 2001) left off, it stands on its own well enough for readers unfamiliar with the series to appreciate it. The main audience for the book, however, is likely to be those who have followed the war from the beginning.Edward Sullivan, White Pine School, TNCopyright 2001 Cahners Business Information, Inc.From BooklistGr. 8-12. Although the eagerly awaited sixth book in the Tomorrow series will not disappoint avid fans, it's obvious that Marsden is winding down his story. The five remaining teens, who have fought relentlessly against the enemy invading Australia, are fighting personal battles of loneliness and isolation, while war and death are their constant companions. At the same time, they are creating a broader family by rescuing and trying to care for a group of feral children. The rescue creates reading excitement and the wild chases, narrow escapes, and gun battles are trademark Marsden. Once again, Ellie is the leader of the brave, compassionate band of marauders, and the parenting that they undertake is an interesting twist to the story. As the book ends, readers will be left with the nagging suspicion that the bush wilderness is no longer safe, and with the bittersweet anticipation of rescue and victory. Frances BradburnCopyright American Library Association. All rights reserved

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