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[ Pdf The Dead of Night Ê indonesian-literature PDF ] by John Marsden Þ I read the first book in this series over a month ago, and really liked how Hunger Games reminiscent it was This book is the second in the Tomorrrow series and continues on from the closing events of book one The series summary follows a group of young people who go out camping in the Australian outback, return to their hometown to find all of their homes and livelihoods completely ransacked and having to survive on their own Some of the events that take place in both books one and two are quite brutal, but clearly show the means of taking risks just to survive The only issue that let this one down for me was the amount of info dumping throughout the novel It made the pacing slow and sadly, made me feel a little bored The last few chapters was when the action did pick up, which ultimately lead me to finish this rather than DNF I will be putting this series on hold for the tim First read February 6th 2010 Re read February 27th 2018 The second novel of the Tomorrow series written by John Marsden, it continues and picks up right where the first book ended In the wake of losing Corrie and Kevin, and not knowing how either of them are faring in enemy territory, the group s morale deteriorates Homer suggests the group attempt to track down Corrie and Kevin They release a smoke bomb into the hospital and investigate during the evacuation They discover that Corrie is comatose and that Kevin was beaten when he arrived.
From the second book i think this series just got better and better with all the twist and turns that the book had in store While reading this i still could not believe of how good the group was of getting things planned a prepared with none of them having any training theres not much else i could say, i jus The Dead of Night continued to affirm just how screwed I d be if it were me instead of Ellie hunkered down in Hell I love camping I m gonna go read up right now on which plants I can eat and which ones will kill me Not that I don t enjoy the occasional nature activity, it is just that my first reaction to being asked to go camping kayaking hiking is suddenly getting The Lemonheads I Lied About Being the Outdoor Type stuck in my head I can t go away with you on a rock climbing weekend What if something s on TV and it s never shown again.
No, but really My DVR might be full.
I appreciated how the sequel allowed for the reader to just jump right in the middle of things The first book required a rather lengthy setup and introduction of characters which was of course necessary but I d rather be reading how to MacGuyver household appliances into weapons, you know what I mean The Our poor heroes aren t so plucky and full of bravado any, not since Corrie was shot in the back and Kevin took her to the hospital But the gang decide they can t sit around forever they need supplies for living in Hell, and they want to see if Corrie s OK, and they need to take some action against the army that invaded their land, took over their homes, and took their families prisoner.
This book is much slower than Tomorrow, When the War Began Our teen heroes are despondent, depressed and dejected They crave adult company so they can go back to being kids They want the stupid war to be over There s a lot of sitting around being bored and then trying to plan the next operation because really, what else are you supposed to do They end up going for a look on the other side of Hell, leaving Chris behind because he s in an al I read the first book in this series over a month ago, and really liked how Hunger Games reminiscent it was This book is the second in the Tomorrrow series and continues on from the closing events of book one The series summary follows a group of young people who go out camping in the Australian outback, return to their hometown to find all of their homes and livelihoods completely ransacked and having to survive on their own Some of the events that take place in both books one and two are quite brutal, but clearly show the means of taking risks just to survive The only issue that let this one down for me was the amount of info dumping throughout the novel It made the pacing slow and sadly, made me feel a little bored The last few chapters was when the action did pick up, which ultimately lead me to finish this rather than DNF I will be putting this series on hold for the tim First read February 6th 2010 Re read February 27th 2018 The second novel of the Tomorrow series written by John Marsden, it continues and picks up right where the first book ended In the wake of losing Corrie and Kevin, and not knowing how either of them are faring in enemy territory, the group s morale deteriorates Homer suggests the group attempt to track down Corrie and Kevin They release a smoke bomb into the hospital and investigate during the evacuation They discover that Corrie is comatose and that Kevin was beaten when he arrived.
From the second book i think this series just got better and better with all the twist and turns that the book had in store While reading this i still could not believe of how good the group was of getting things planned a prepared with none of them having any training theres not much else i could say, i jus The Dead of Night continued to affirm just how screwed I d be if it were me instead of Ellie hunkered down in Hell I love camping I m gonna go read up right now on which plants I can eat and which ones will kill me Not that I don t enjoy the occasional nature activity, it is just that my first reaction to being asked to go camping kayaking hiking is suddenly getting The Lemonheads I Lied About Being the Outdoor Type stuck in my head I can t go away with you on a rock climbing weekend What if something s on TV and it s never shown again.
No, but really My DVR might be full.
I appreciated how the sequel allowed for the reader to just jump right in the middle of things The first book required a rather lengthy setup and introduction of characters which was of course necessary but I d rather be reading how to MacGuyver household appliances into weapons, you know what I mean The Our poor heroes aren t so plucky and full of bravado any, not since Corrie was shot in the back and Kevin took her to the hospital But the gang decide they can t sit around forever they need supplies for living in Hell, and they want to see if Corrie s OK, and they need to take some action against the army that invaded their land, took over their homes, and took their families prisoner.
This book is much slower than Tomorrow, When the War Began Our teen heroes are despondent, depressed and dejected They crave adult company so they can go back to being kids They want the stupid war to be over There s a lot of sitting around being bored and then trying to plan the next operation because really, what else are you supposed to do They end up going for a look on the other side of Hell, leaving Chris behind because he s in an al Plot summary Following the invasion of Australia, Ellie and her friends are back in their secret valley, Hell, and dealing with the loss they suffered at the end of Tomorrow, When the War Began But they can t stay in Hell forever As colonists start to arrive in the Wirrawee area, they decide to take action They re still not giving in without a fight Thoughts As with Tomorrow, When the War Began, it s been years and years since I read this I liked it A lot But it s never really stuck with me quite as much as the first book Where TWTWB is about fear, this is about anger Anger at themselves and the actions they ve taken Anger at the other guerillas they come into contact with Anger at the invaders and the colonists Anger with each other.
In so many ways, The Dead of the Night is Australian history repeating itself Okay, so there are slightly exp I quite enjoyed this second instalment in the Tomorrow series I will admit, both books have been incredibly difficult to get into I find myself bored and uninterested until about 50 100 pages into it, and then I cannot put them down That s about the only flaw I can give these books.
This was raw and real, I loved the way things are unfolding and the new things that happened in this book I like the discussions about heroes, villains, and humanity I really enjoyed that these teenagers are still dealing with teenage issues on top of the adult issues they are dealing with I just think these are incredibly well written and realistic dystopians for something that came out over 20 years ago.
A Few Months After The First Fighter Jets Landed In Their Own Backyard, Ellie And Her Five Terrified But Defiant Friends Struggle To Survive Amid A Baffling Conflict Their Families Are Unreachable The Mountains Are Now Their Home When Two Of Them Fall Behind Enemy Lines, Ellie Knows What Must Happen Next A Rescue Mission Homer, The Strongest And Most Unpredictable Among Them, Is The One To Take Charge While Others Have Their Doubts About His Abilities, Homer Has No Choice But To Prove Them Wrong Or Risk Losing Everything To The Enemy SPOILERFREE REVIEW as long as you know what happens in Tomorrow, When the War BeganPlot the first book Eight teenagers go camping in the bush, when they come back, their country is invaded and war is about to break out Now they have to fight to win back their homes Stuff I Want To Get Out Of My Head Okay, first off I have not read the first book Tomorrow When The War Began, only watched the movie I KNOW, I KNOW Everyone who s read the book or watched the movie , knows that it ends in a pretty huge cliffhanger I personally love the film adaptation and would ve loved to see a sequel But apparently that s not gonna happen Still, I wanted to find out what happened after Corrie and Kevin drove off to the hospital And that s where my first critism s Slow and Soppy9 February 2019 This is the second in the Tomorrow series and begins something like six weeks after their successful attack against this unknown and unnamed enemy and it remains at that, namely because Marsden isn t going out of his way to make enemies Of course, it pretty much sounds as if this particular enemy is most likely China, and while Indonesia did cross my mind in part, I m not sure if that particular country is able to launch a full scale invasion of Australia though I m not entirely sure if China would have been able to do it in the early 90s either However, what we do know is that this is a war of conquest, and that what we are beginning to see is that colonists are starting to be moved into the region What we also learn is that the Americans are basically taking a hands off approach in this particula Pasado la primera impresi n y la subida de adrenalina, los j venes aventureros escondidos del ej rcito invasor empiezan a ver la realidad de la invasi n el cansancio, las tensiones internas, adultos decepcionantes, un enemigo no tan mod lico.
La guerra es sucia, no hay blanco ni negro, sino escalas de grises, y nuestros protagonistas est n empezando a verlo.



I quite enjoyed this second instalment in the Tomorrow series I will admit, both books have been incredibly difficult to get into I find myself bored and uninterested until about 50 100 pages into it, and then I cannot put them down That s about the only flaw I can give these books.
This was raw and real, I loved the way things are unfolding and the new things that happened in this book I like the discussions about heroes, villains, and humanity I really enjoyed that these teenagers are still dealing with teenage issues on top of the adult issues they are dealing with I just think these are incredibly well written and realistic dystopians for something that came out over 20 years ago.
Plot summary Following the invasion of Australia, Ellie and her friends are back in their secret valley, Hell, and dealing with the loss they suffered at the end of Tomorrow, When the War Began But they can t stay in Hell forever As colonists start to arrive in the Wirrawee area, they decide to take action They re still not giving in without a fight Thoughts As with Tomorrow, When the War Began, it s been years and years since I read this I liked it A lot But it s never really stuck with me quite as much as the first book Where TWTWB is about fear, this is about anger Anger at themselves and the actions they ve taken Anger at the other guerillas they come into contact with Anger at the invaders and the colonists Anger with each other.
In so many ways, The Dead of the Night is Australian history repeating itself Okay, so there are slightly exp SPOILERFREE REVIEW as long as you know what happens in Tomorrow, When the War BeganPlot the first book Eight teenagers go camping in the bush, when they come back, their country is invaded and war is about to break out Now they have to fight to win back their homes Stuff I Want To Get Out Of My Head Okay, first off I have not read the first book Tomorrow When The War Began, only watched the movie I KNOW, I KNOW Everyone who s read the book or watched the movie , knows that it ends in a pretty huge cliffhanger I personally love the film adaptation and would ve loved to see a sequel But apparently that s not gonna happen Still, I wanted to find out what happened after Corrie and Kevin drove off to the hospital And that s where my first critism s Slow and Soppy9 February 2019 This is the second in the Tomorrow series and begins something like six weeks after their successful attack against this unknown and unnamed enemy and it remains at that, namely because Marsden isn t going out of his way to make enemies Of course, it pretty much sounds as if this particular enemy is most likely China, and while Indonesia did cross my mind in part, I m not sure if that particular country is able to launch a full scale invasion of Australia though I m not entirely sure if China would have been able to do it in the early 90s either However, what we do know is that this is a war of conquest, and that what we are beginning to see is that colonists are starting to be moved into the region What we also learn is that the Americans are basically taking a hands off approach in this particula Pasado la primera impresi n y la subida de adrenalina, los j venes aventureros escondidos del ej rcito invasor empiezan a ver la realidad de la invasi n el cansancio, las tensiones internas, adultos decepcionantes, un enemigo no tan mod lico.
La guerra es sucia, no hay blanco ni negro, sino escalas de grises, y nuestros protagonistas est n empezando a verlo.

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