Tomorrow, When the War Began
Australian Multicultural Children's Literature Award
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Seven Australian teenagers return from a camping trip in the bush to discover that their country has been invaded and they must hide to stay alive.
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Ellie leads a normal mundane life in the country but when her friends and her decided to go on a big camping trip to a far off valley know as Hell her life takes an unexpected turn for the worse. When the teens arrive back home they discover that invaders have come and captured all their loved ones. They are one of the few groups of people who have not been captured. With their life in tatters they know what they must do - grab supplies and go and live in Hell. As the teens discover more about themselves then they want to know, ponder their own morals, fight against the invaders and even fall in love John Marsden takes us on a not-so-happily-ever- after journey through the eyes of a young adult.
Tomorrow when the war began is a novel written by John Marsden about seven Australian teenagers, who camp out in the bush for a weekend holiday. They return home to Wirrawee to discover all of their parents missing. Australia has been taken over and they have to fight back. Tomorrow when the war began tells their story of fighting for Australia, but will these teenagers be able to survive fighting against highly trained invaders? or will their attempts to save Australia go disasterously wrong?
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Sexual Content: Quite a few references to sex and scences were people make-out/pash.
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