The Night Is for Hunting
Publish date: January 1st 2004
Publisher: Bolinda Publishing
Edition language: English
Series: Tomorrow (#6)
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!
Our teen heroes are forced to evacuate Stratton with a bunch of feral orphan children when the soldiers get too close. Upon returning to Hell, the children decide to abandon the teens, who now feel responsible for them. After being rescued, they then celebrate Christmas. The plot doesn’t sound tha...
As with the others, a lot of fun, a lot of action and teenage angst. I like the premise for these books, but it's a bit repetitive. However, they keep you reading and it feels a bit more real and dark than some other YA books.
This 6th installment of The Tomorrow Series finds Ellie and her friends hiding out, once again, in Hell. After their daring and devasting blow to the enemy in Book 5, they know laying low is the only way they will be able to survive. The enemy is out for blood. Two new things create complications f...
Still an amazing series, but this foreshadowing is getting a bit old. When every second chapter stars with "We should have known...", "If only I had..." or something similar, you know that the author needs to learn a new writing technique.But despite this, I'm still happily devouring the books. I li...
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