Morgen toen de oorlog begon
Publish date: 2000
Pages no: 336
Edition language: Dutch
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction
, Post Apocalyptic
Series: Tomorrow (#1)
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, ...
There is an edition which includes the first four books of the Tomorrow Series. I first saw the book in 2006 and after that I've been willing to read the book. Unfortunately, I never bought the book, because I thought it was a bit too expensive for a series I completely didn't know yet. A few weeks ...
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I originally read this series when I was in school. Nearly 20 years after it was first published there was a film version, which for the record, a lot of people hated. Except me. I freaking loved it. Maybe because I was living overseas at the time and I was pretty excited about an Aussie action film...
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