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Darkness, Be My Friend by John Marsden
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bookshelves: australian-authors, fiction, library-friends-books, thriller, y-adult, dystopia
Recommended to Mish by: Helen
Read from May 28 to June 04, 2012 , read count: 1

This didn’t impress me as much as the others in the series. The book deals with the physiological impact the teenagers are going through as a result of the war. The action scenes are still heavy and fast paced but it’s all starting to sound the same. Not a lot of progress is being made. It is emotional in parts, when we learn a little more of family and friends held at the showgrounds.

Overall I think the series is brilliant and I’ve come too really like the characters. In particular Ellie, I think she is one of the bravest girls I have read, but she isn’t perfect and that’s what I like about her. I just felt this was the weakest one so far.
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message 1: by Michael (new)

Michael Wow I'll have to read book three just to read this one


message 2: by Mish (last edited Jun 05, 2012 03:01PM) (new) - rated it 3 stars

Mish They are really good up to this point as you read more of Ellie’s thought and how this is affecting her. I like it

I’m just worried that the action scenes are going to sound repetitive and bore me. We’ll see :)


Mish Michael wrote: "Wow I'll have to read book three just to read this one"

I’m listening to book 5 and I think I prefer them on audio. The narrator has a great voice as Ellie.

I know you like Audio books so it’s something to consider if you decide to continue the series


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