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John Marsden
John Marsden is an Australian writer, teacher and school principal. Marsden has had his books translated into eleven languages including Norwegian, French, German, Swedish, Dutch, Danish, Italian, Polish, and Spanish. Marsden was born in Victoria, Australia, and spent his early life in Kyneton,... show more
John Marsden is an Australian writer, teacher and school principal. Marsden has had his books translated into eleven languages including Norwegian, French, German, Swedish, Dutch, Danish, Italian, Polish, and Spanish.

Marsden was born in Victoria, Australia, and spent his early life in Kyneton, Victoria, Devonport, Tasmania, and Sydney. At age 28, after working several jobs, Marsden began a teaching course. Whilst working as a teacher, Marsden began writing for children, and had his first book, So Much to Tell You, published in 1987. Since then, he has written or edited over 40 books and has sold over 5 million books throughout the world.
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Birth date: 27-09-1950
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Groentje in het Nederlands
Groentje in het Nederlands rated it 4 years ago
Veel andere mensen hebben van dit boek genoten. Maar ik vond het net niet helemaal leuk. Het gaat over een group tieners (in Nieuw-Zeeland of Australië?) die lekker bezig aan het kamperen zijn toen hun land is aangevallen door buitenlandse soldaten. De beschrijvingen van de platteland waren goed, ...
Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 4 years ago
And then it is all over. The final episode of the Tomorrow-series by John Marsden. I've enjoyed reading them, it was an interesting story. I did like the first three books best, they seemed to be the most realistic, and this last book had a few points where I believe they were more lucky than possib...
Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 4 years ago
This book is a bit slow at times, but still, looking back, quite a lot is happening as it becomes increasingly difficult to find food not just for themselves but also a couple of kids they have rescued, and then get lost. The end is nearing, and it is clear from this book. One more to go!
Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 4 years ago
My first book in the Tomorrow series for almost a year, as I've been trying to hunt down the second book that combines books 5-6-7. (The first one obviously contained numbers 1-4). I never meant it to take this long, but when I finally started it was as if I had never left Australia in the midst of ...
Url Phantomhive
Url Phantomhive rated it 4 years ago
I really enjoyed the first three books in the series, but after the third book, it kind of felt finished. Since I was reading a book containing the first books all in one, I knew it had to continue one way or another, but I was still a bit disappointed in the way they made it happen. After all, they...
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