History Literature / TheTomorrowSeries

20th Nov '16 7:31:15 AM Morgenthaler
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The original series is usually refered to as ''TheTomorrowSeries'' and consisted of seven books published between 1994 and 1999. These are:

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The original series is usually refered to as ''TheTomorrowSeries'' ''The Tomorrow Series'' and consisted of seven books published between 1994 and 1999. These are:
20th Nov '16 6:51:05 AM Morgenthaler
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The Tomorrow Series was a series of books aimed at {{young adult}}s by Australian author John Marsden. They are written from the perspective of rural teenager Ellie Linton. She and a small group of friends head into an unexplored area of bush for a week-long holiday, and return to find that their houses are abandoned and their animals are dead or dying. They soon realise that Australia was invaded on Commemoration Day, and they are among the very small number of people who have avoided being taken prisoner.

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The ''The Tomorrow Series Series'' was a series of books aimed at {{young adult}}s by Australian author John Marsden. They are written from the perspective of rural teenager Ellie Linton. She and a small group of friends head into an unexplored area of bush for a week-long holiday, and return to find that their houses are abandoned and their animals are dead or dying. They soon realise that Australia was invaded on Commemoration Day, and they are among the very small number of people who have avoided being taken prisoner.
2nd Jun '16 9:30:48 PM dainbramage
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* GunsDontWorkThatWay: Throughout both series Ellie finds numerous revolvers featuring slides and magazines.

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* GunsDontWorkThatWay: GunsDoNotWorkThatWay: Throughout both series Ellie finds numerous revolvers featuring slides and magazines.
2nd Jun '16 9:30:09 PM dainbramage
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* ''The Night Is for Hunting''

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* ''The Night Is is for Hunting''



* GunsDontWorkThatWay: Throughout both series Ellie finds numerous revolvers featuring slides and magazines.



* ShootOutTheLock: Used to free Homer in ''The Night is for Hunting''



* AmoralAttorney: Mr Sale is the small-country-town version.

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* AmoralAttorney: Mr Sale Sayle is the small-country-town version.
7th Feb '16 12:03:46 PM Morgenthaler
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TheTomorrowSeries was a series of books aimed at {{young adult}}s by Australian author John Marsden. They are written from the perspective of rural teenager Ellie Linton. She and a small group of friends head into an unexplored area of bush for a week-long holiday, and return to find that their houses are abandoned and their animals are dead or dying. They soon realise that Australia was invaded on Commemoration Day, and they are among the very small number of people who have avoided being taken prisoner.

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TheTomorrowSeries The Tomorrow Series was a series of books aimed at {{young adult}}s by Australian author John Marsden. They are written from the perspective of rural teenager Ellie Linton. She and a small group of friends head into an unexplored area of bush for a week-long holiday, and return to find that their houses are abandoned and their animals are dead or dying. They soon realise that Australia was invaded on Commemoration Day, and they are among the very small number of people who have avoided being taken prisoner.
4th Feb '16 10:00:43 AM Eoppen
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* TrappedBehindEnemyLines: They spend the whole series in this situation [[spoiler: except for when they've been evacced to New Zealand.]]
30th Dec '15 10:00:09 AM StFan
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** Also, under the Geneva Convention relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War they shouldn't have been tried at all; they should have been treated as francs-tireurs and sent to PoW camps, not executed - though as they failed to wear any sort of uniform it is possible to argue they do not fall under the protections, depending on whether Protocol I was ratified by the invading state or not.

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** Also, under the Geneva Convention relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War they shouldn't have been tried at all; they should have been treated as francs-tireurs and sent to PoW POW camps, not executed - -- though as they failed to wear any sort of uniform it is possible to argue they do not fall under the protections, depending on whether Protocol I was ratified by the invading state or not.
13th Oct '15 4:34:20 AM Caladin
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** Also, under the Geneva Convention relative to the Treatment of Prisoners of War they shouldn't have been tried at all; they should have been treated as francs-tireurs and sent to PoW camps, not executed - though as they failed to wear any sort of uniform it is possible to argue they do not fall under the protections, depending on whether Protocol I was ratified by the invading state or not.
31st Jul '15 5:32:38 AM hullflyer
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* ShootTheFueltank: Played straight and often.

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* ShootTheFueltank: ShootTheFuelTank: Played straight and often.
1st Feb '15 5:57:32 PM Eoppen
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* ShellShockedVeteran: In ''The Other Side of Dawn,'' many of Ellie's neighbors, having come back from detention camps, show signs of PTSD, and Ellie herself has clearly been changed by the war...not always for the better. This becomes more apparent in the sequel trilogy, ''The Ellie Chronicles.''
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