Tomorrow, When the War Began Essay | Essay

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Book Review of Tomorrow When the War Began by John Marsden

Summary: Book Review of Tomorrow When The War Began by John Marsden. Includes the genre, main characters, the setting, the plot, the complication, the resolution, the ending and recommendation. **CONTAINS SPOILERS**
Genre

The genre of the book "Tomorrow When The War Began" by John Marsden is a narrative-novel. It is a suspenseful, mysterious and adventurous book.

Plot

Seven teenagers, Ellie, Homer, Fi, Robyn, Lee, Corrie and Kevin go camping to a wild, uninhabited mountain area known as Hell, outside their home town. When they emerge a few days later, they find their town and country has been invaded and under the control of another country.

They sneak into the town of Wirawee at night, they have the common sense to travel at night, to find almost all the people have been rounded up and imprisoned in the showground including their own family. Ellie, Kevin and Corrie were nearly trapped by soldiers, but escaped by blowing up a lawn mower.

Lee is shot in the leg by soldiers. Ellie and the others rescue him in a stolen council truck, but...

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