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* * * John Marsden Burning for Revenge: Tomorrow #5 US Orders
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Review Pan, 2003 (1997) Hardcover, Paperback, Audio, CD
Almost by accident, Ellie and friends succeed in a sabotage beyond their wildest dreams ... and then are on the run once more. (HW)

* * * John Marsden Darkness Be My Friend: Tomorrow #4 US Orders
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Review Houghton Mifflin, 1999 (1996) Hardcover, Audio
This 4th in the Tomorrow series returns the surviving teens to Wirrawee as guides to Kiwi saboteurs, with many close calls and daring escapes. (HW)

* * * John Marsden The Dead of the Night: Tomorrow #2 US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Laurel Leaf, 1999 (1994) Hardcover, Paperback
In this 2nd in the Tomorrow series, the teens finds an adult resistance group, but events soon spiral out of control. They have to decide what their new limits will be. (HW)

* * * John Marsden A Killing Frost: Tomorrow #3 US Orders
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ReviewExcerpt Laurel Leaf, 1999 (1995) Hardcover, Paperback
The 3rd in the Tomorrow series is crammed with action as the teens stir up a wasp's nest at Cobbler's Bay ... and suffer the consequences. (HW)

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ReviewExcerpt Laurel Leaf, 1996 (1992) Hardcover, Paperback, Audio
Tells a daunting and haunting story of two teenage girls uniquely through their communication via postal mail. (JL)