Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
Start by marking “Run For Cover (Tomorrow Girls Series #2)” as Want to Read:
Run For Cover (Tomorrow Girls Series #2)
Enlarge cover
Rate this book
Clear rating
Open Preview

Run For Cover (Tomorrow Girls #2)

4.26  ·  Rating details ·  1,663 Ratings  ·  125 Reviews
In a terrifying future world, four girls must depend on each other if they want to survive.

Now that best friends Louisa, Rosie, Evelyn, and Maddie know the truth -- or at least the danger they're in -- the girls have run away from their "safe" country retreat. But life is riskier than ever, and Rosie still doesn't know who she can trust.

Rosie's survival skills are top-not
...more
ebook, 0 pages
Published July 1st 2011 by Scholastic, Inc.
More Details... edit details

Friend Reviews

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Reader Q&A

To ask other readers questions about Run For Cover, please sign up.
Popular Answered Questions
Erin Anderson I have a copy. It is usually at your local library. That's where I got mine.
This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Add this book to your favorite list »

Community Reviews

(showing 1-30)
Rating details
Sort: Default
|
Filter
Christina
Jul 21, 2012 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: eh, 2-stars
According to Barnes & Noble, the age for this book is 10-14 years. It might actually be a couple of years below that. This book is extremely easy to read.

There are 4 books in the series and each is told from a different character's point of view. That doesn't bother me but the seeming change in personality of the characters from book to book does. I understand that each book is a completely different perspective, but it comes across as implausible when a very rough character in one book beco
...more
Jan
Nov 09, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This is the second book in the series, which really should be read in order. The four roommates will each have their own narrative, as the story progresses. Although this book gives enough information that it will be an exciting read on its own, it is much more suspenseful if you have read Tomorrow Girls: Behind the Gates. Book 1 was Louisa's story, and this second one is Rosie's. The girls' personalities continue to build throughout this volume, and we find out why Rosie is so alert for danger, ...more
Indi
Mar 28, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
a very good book! I love how they put the books from different point of views! it makes it more realistic.
Laura
Also mediocre like the first one. I'm going to keep reading anyway cause it's so easy and such a great break from the intense academic stuff I have to read for school.
Erin
Jul 20, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I enjoyed the second installment in the Tomorrow Girls series and am eagerly looking forward to the third, although I did find the plot about Rosie being an illegal alien who's family purchased new id bracelets on the black market unbelievable, simply because of two things- her accent would give her away and also a school that had so carefully researched the taking of America's elite wouldn't have accepted her as there'd be limited background on her family. Still a great story though.
Cassidy Wolles
May 10, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The book is set in the future world with four best friends Louisa, Rosie, Evelyn, and Maddie who must depend on each other to survive. Now that they know the the truth about County Manor School they go on an adventure and don't know who they can trust. Very good book if you like outdoor adventurer books with a very intriguing plot twist. Will Rosie's secrets get out?
Marieke vanErven
I read this book as well, I don't like starting a series and not finishing it. I got it from the library and could not put it down. It was great, you probably would want to read the first book so that you understand the plot line fully. I would also recommend this book to others.
Rebecca
I enjoyed this story for middle graders. I think the first book was a bit better, but this was still enjoyable.
Mitali Baberwal
Jan 31, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Tomorrow Girls: Run for Cover by Eva Gray is the second book that’s part of the “Tomorrow Girls” series, the thing that I love most about this book is that it’s about adventure and survival. Basically, the book starts off with Rosie being sent to a boarding school to be safe from the war, and the school is called CMS. Over there she met Maddie, Louisa, and Evelyn, who were her roommates. They soon found out they were being held hostage and were kept as prisoners of the Alliance. When they escape ...more
Awjtf
Jun 02, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
great 2nd book in the series!
allison12
Jun 06, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Loved that it was from Rosie's perspective- all the secrets, thoughts, and suspicions were perfect! Great addition to the series.
Ava
Nov 18, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book is definitely a mystery book and l loved it so very much.
Meghan
May 30, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: own-arc
Revised version posted on Luxury Reading and shortened version posted on my blog, Books and a Cup of Tea.


When Louisa, Rosie, Evelyn, and Maddie learn the truth about Country Manor School, Rosie finds herself running once again. This time, though, it's because CMS has a secret - it belongs to the Alliance, the opposing team to the War raging around them.

Now, self-appointed leader Rosie finds herself not only trying to protect herself, but three other girls as they flee the school. Rosie does per
...more
Evelyn Mendoza
Feb 22, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The book Run For Cover, book two in the Tomorrow Girls series by Eva Gray, is an interesting book. I liked the book because of the way Evelyn, Rosie, Louisa, and Maddie don't all get along but when they escape the Alliance they sort of do help each other out. The main character ,Rosie, is my least favorite character in this book because of the way she judges everyone. I know she is trying to be safe but she is sometimes risking the groups life's because she wants to find her sister. I would reco ...more
Rebecca
Rosie, Evelyn, Louisa, and Maddie are four young teenage girls who were sent to a remote boarding school to keep them safe from the war. But the girls discovered a terrible secret - their boarding school was run by the enemy, the Alliance, who tricked parents into sending their children there to be used as hostages - and decided to escape.

This book picks up right where book one, Behind the Gates, left off, as the girls decide to try and find their way to Chicago to reunite with their parents and
...more
Alesia
Sep 26, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I LOVE IT WELL I DON'T KNOW BECAUSE IM NOT FINISHED YET SO I'LL WAIT AND SEE !!!!!!With the EnemyWith the EnemyBehind the GatesWith the EnemyDon't Turn BackTomorrow Girls Book Set (3 Books)
Rivkah
Apr 02, 2011 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: series-books
I love Rosie's character through out the book, defiant, knowing, and undeniably right She is plagued throughout the book with thoughts of Wren, her sister, and distrusts Drew..for a while.

Although this is a good book, it isn't as emotionally captivating as others. But don't let my lone, or anyone's lone review stop you from reading this book, I would look at multiple reviews before making a decision. And as a reader, perhaps why I wasn't as "satisfied" with the book as I could have could because
...more
Hailey
Jan 23, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.
Yumi Learner
Sep 10, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: favorites
A couple of weeks ago, I read the book series "Tomorrow Girls" in English without using a dictionary. It has a 4-book series and 4 different main character speak in the each different book. So, when I started reading the second one, I really got confused because in the second one, the main character was different from the first book.

The book series was so interesting that I couldn't put down my Kindle, and I finished reading all of them for 2 weeks. The story belongs to the near future novel and
...more
Jennifer Lavoie
A great addition to the first book in the series. This one is told from the perspective of Rosie, the girl who most think is too cold towards the others. But once readers hear her story, you begin to understand why she is the way she is. She's keeping secrets that could get her and her family in trouble. And it makes her that much more relatable because instead of this tough character, she's actually afraid. Afraid of everything, all the time. She just tries to hide it from the others to act tou ...more
Jnase1
Feb 15, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The second book in the Tomorrow Girls series proves to be just as exciting as the first. This book is told from the point of view of Rosie so you get a different insight into who she really is. This book finds the girls on the run from their boarding school and back to their hometown of Chicago. Along the way they run into some guys from the boys boarding school and together they make their escape, straight into a training camp of the enemy. They manage to escape on a food truck, but without the ...more
Kira
Jan 05, 2015 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Title: Tomorrow Girls Run For Cover Author: Eva Gray # of pages 207 Genre: Realistic Fiction

This book is a sequel. The first book that you need to understand this book is Tomorrow Girls Behind The Gates. This book is about a girl named Rosie and she is escaping the ALSU which is a camp where teenage girls go to while the War is going on. She is escaping with 2 other girls and 2 boys. They are escaping because they found out the the ALSU is on the Canadian side, and was going to have their paren
...more
Narayana Almanza29259
I thought this sequel from Tomorrow girls behind the gates was better than the first one.The writing was very descriptive on the events that was happening around all the characters.The main character changed from the last one so now it is on a different characters point of view so I liked how it was not on the same character from the first book.Also the situation is different so I like how they change some things so its not liked the same first book.The book has very good description in how the ...more
Shayla
Jul 23, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Run for Cover is the second book in the Tomorrow Girls series and I liked it much better than the first book. While the first book is a little dull until the last 50 pages, Run for Cover starts out with a fast paced escape and doesn't let up until the end. I thought Rosie was a more interesting character than Louisa and her backstory is better. The near captures and escapes are executed a little too easily, but it's what the story going. I wasn't planning on finishing the series after the first ...more
Mel Raschke
Former roommates Louisa, Rosie, Evelyn, and Maddie have run away from their remote school after discovering it was run by Alliance sympathizers who plan on ransoming the students to their rich parents. But along the way, the girls run into several boys on a survival expedition. The boys claim they want to escape with the girls, but Rosie doesn't trust them, especially not with the secret she's been hiding.

This second installment in the Tomorrow Girls series is narrated from Rosie's point of view
...more
Kaitlynn
Sep 12, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This book was just as good as the first one if not better. It has the same main characters, Louisa, Maddie, Evelyn, and Rosie, that stil are on the same mission. This book also has great detail and amazing events that happen. The ending to this book is more of a cliff-hanger than the last one. The author does a great job expressing feeling and emotions in this book along with imagery. This book would be an amazing book to read if you are a tween or teenage girl. I have enjoyed these two books an ...more
Sara S.
Tomorrow Girls: Run for Cover by Eva Gray is about Rosie who is at a school when her and her 3 roommates escape because they find out that the school belongs to the Alliance which is the wrong side of the war. The book was pretty boring at some points but at others, it was kinda intense. I really didn't like the book because sometimes i would find myself just scanning over the words because it didn't really have my attention. I wouldn't recommend the book to anyone, unless you like this kind of ...more
Madison
Jan 05, 2015 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
I loved this book!! I liked it more then the first one. The catch of this story was that it's at Rosie's point of view and not Louisa's. My favorite parts of the book are when they were at this small little shack and wake up to be hearing Mrs. Brewster their principal at CMS. She wanted to have a alliance meeting. My other favorite part was at the ending when someone of the seven, Drew, Maddie, Louisa, Rosie, Alonzo, Evelyn, and Ryan disappear into the alliance's hands... or at least they think.
Emily Flores
I think that the first one , tomorrow girls Behind the gates, is better then this one the second one. I mean yeah they escape and one of the characters tells her secert to them. But the first one had more action and really made me keep ready. Although this one is good it just didn't pull me keep reading. I do like it it when Eva Gray has one character telling the story from their perspective in Tomorrow Girls Behind the gates, then has another character telling this one from their perspective. T ...more
Kristann Monaghan
Mar 11, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I did not expect this book to be any different than the first but I was wrong! The pace picks up and it is told from a different girl's perspective. I found my anxiety level rising as the his continued their escape and the plot got even more twisted at the end. I must say that these are a good read for the girls who are too young for a series like The Hunger Games but gives them a good introduction to dystopian novels. I actually am looking forward to reading the rest and sharing them with my go ...more
« previous 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 next »
topics  posts  views  last activity   
reading log #8 1 7 Jan 21, 2012 04:06PM  
  • The Surge (Storm Runners, #2)
  • The Warriors (Abby Sherman #2)
  • Apocalypse (Rapture Trilogy, #3)
  • Dead Earth: The Green Dawn
  • The Limit
  • Floodland
  • The Friendship Matchmaker (The Friendship Matchmaker #1)
  • Journey's End (The Harvest #2)
  • The Sweet Evil Complete Collection: Sweet Evil, Sweet Peril, Sweet Reckoning
  • Valley of the Shadow
  • The Phantom of the Post Office (43 Old Cemetery Road, #4)
  • Phase Shift (Chaos Station, #5)
  • Devastation (Virtual War Chronologs #1-2)
  • Zombie Dog (Rotten Apple #2)
  • The Clone Codes (The Clone Codes, #1)
  • Frozen in Time
  • Chasing Spirits - The Memoirs of Reginald Weldon
  • Attack of the Vampire Weenies (Weenies, #5)
73 followers
Eva Gray lives in Chicago and enjoys reading, cooking, and camping. Though she doesn't expect to need them in the near future, Eva keeps lots of extra batteries for her flashlight and a stock of canned food in her pantry.

Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the GoodReads database with this name.
More about Eva Gray

Other books in the series

Tomorrow Girls (4 books)
  • Behind the Gates (Tomorrow Girls, #1)
  • With the Enemy (Tomorrow Girls, #3)
  • Set Me Free (Tomorrow Girls, #4)