Darkness, Be My Friend

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Bolinda Publishing Pty, Limited, 2001
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Cassette & book set. Book 5 of the Tomorrow, when the war began series. That's what war does for you. Either kills you in one hit or destroys you slowly.One way or the other, it gets you. Unless you fight back. "Each book has its place in the tone and tenor of the series, but Darkness, Be My Friend is one of the best ... Like ancient myths, the stories confront the purpose of life, death, betrayal, killing, love, hate, revenge, selflessness, sacrifice and, in this most recent book, faith." The Age

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Review: Darkness Be My Friend (Tomorrow #4)

User Review  - Mandi Perry - Goodreads

Just like the others before this book in the series.. It was action packed and exciting. Heartbreaking and painful. Lonely and happy as well. A few things were brought up to date on people and places ... Read full review

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About the author (2001)

John Marsden was born in Victoria, Australia in 1950. He was working as a teacher when his first book, So Much to Tell You, was published in 1987. His other works include the Tomorrow series and Ellie chronicles. He bought an 850-acre property just outside Melbourne, Australia where he ran writers' courses and camps for eight years. In 2006, he opened a school there called Candlebark.

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