The Dead of the Night : Tomorrow

  • by John Marsden
  • Narrated by Suzi Dougherty
  • Series: Tomorrow
  • 7 hrs and 5 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

The second book in the internationally best-selling the Tomorrow, When the War Began series."There was a crashing sound from the bushes. I spun round, wondering if this was my death, the last movement I would even make, the last sight I would see...."
It's tough surviving in Hell. But sometimes Hell can be a haven. Their country has been invaded. Their homes have been occupied by strangers, or destroyed. Their families are facing death at the hands of a merciless enemy. But one group of teenagers, fugitives in a remote valley, will never give in. Not without a fight. But sometimes courage demands too high a price.

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What the Critics Say

"Still a superior adventure tale." (Publishers Weekly)
"Realistically depicted human conflicts make the book much more than just an exciting apocalyptic adventure." (School Library Journal)

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Customer Reviews

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Totally wrapped up in the story

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Yes. The story is riveting. You just can't stop listening.


Any additional comments?

I think the way Marsden fuels the conflict within the group and the tension of their challenges make for masterful story telling.

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- G. House Sr.

Listen before you see the next movie

Growing up I was a huge fan of these books. My love for them has recently been rekindled with the movie release of "tomorrow when the war began". Whilst the movie did do the books justice (well filmed and acted) it understandably had to leave alot out. For this reason I decided it was time to re-read (or in this case listen) to the series. They are just as good as I remember! What is more enjoyable however, is watching my partner's responses as he listens. He had never read the books growing up, so is very excited and surprised by all the twists and turns that occur (he even got a bit teary at one point). The only issue is he became so involved in the book that he wanted to listen as often as possible, this means we finished it in only two days. I am now making him wait until I buy the next one (don't know how long I can hold out though). A very good listen and I would reccomend it to teens and adults alike.
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- Penny

Book Details

  • Release Date: 03-16-2006
  • Publisher: Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd