Over a million copies of these books have been sold and "Tomorrow, When The War Began" has been translated German (as "Morgen War Krieg"), Spanish (as "Mañana, cuando empiece la guerra"), Danish (as "I morgen da brod ud"), Dutch (as "Mogen toen de oorlog begon", Italian (as "La guerra che verrà"), Swedish (as "I morgon nar kriget kom") and French (as "Apocalypse")
Ah, vacation… Everyone loves to get away, right? And camping with friends can be an excellent way to do so. There's nothing like a bit of peace and quiet and quality time in fresh air to really cut loose and relax, you know? In Tomorrow, When the War Began, Ellie couldn't agree more. Thing is, upon returning home, instead of getting a hug from her mom and a hot shower, Ellie finds her house empty, her parents missing, and all of her pets dead. Whoa.
Homer two dramatically different sides to his personality and they pull him in different directions. On one hand he is a wild and crazy guy and on the other a careful, thoughtful planner. His planning is responsible for the groups survival in "Tomorrow, When The War Began" and his wildness for its near destruction in "The Other Side Of Dawn".
"Tomorrow, When The War Began" p44
"It was the same with Homer, the way for all those years he'd been hanging a big sign around his neck, and like a fool I'd kept reading it."
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"Tomorrow, When The War Began" p104
"Homer was becoming more surprising with every passing hour. It was getting hard to remember that this fast-thinking guy, who'd just spent fifteen minutes getting us laughing and talking and feeling good again, wasn't even trusted to hand out the books at school"
Tomorrow, When the War Began is the first of an enormously popular series that has been translated and published all over the world. It is the book that started the series that became the legend...
"Tomorrow, When The War Began" p111
[Homer] "He leaned forward. 'Here's what I suggest. They load Corrie's Toyota with everything useful they can find. Then they go to Kevin's and do the same. And to my place and Ellie's if there's time. They pick up the Land Rover at Kevin's and fill it too. I'm talking food, clothes, petrol, rifles, tools, everything. By dawn we want to have two vehicles fuelled up, packed to their roofs and ready to go'
'To go where?' Kevin asked.
'To Hell' Homer answered.
That was Homer's genius. He combined action with thought, and he planned ahead. He sensed, I think, that inaction was our enemy. Anyone seeing us at that moment would not have thought we were in the most desperate positions of our lives. We were all sitting up excitedly, faces flushed and eyes gleaming. We had things to do, positive definite things. It suddenly seemed so obvious that if we had a future, it would be in Hell. And we began to realise that there might still be a life for us."
"Tomorrow, When the War Began" p138
[Homer]"'Problem two then. Where would we get it?'
Robyn interrupted. I'd forgotten she hadn't seen Homer in action at Corrie's.
' Homer, are you on something?'
' You keep going like this, you'll lose your reputation, Aren't you meant to be just a wild and crazy guy?'
He laughed, but then went straight back to being serious. Robyn made a face at me and I winked back"
Love it or hate it (we hope your answer is hate it), it seems war is here to stay. Someone's always fighting someone else somewhere on this planet of ours, and for that reason alone, books about war are generally worth reading. That said, Tomorrow, When the War Began offers a unique take on war. Instead of hearing about it from a soldier who's signed up to fight, or a military strategist, or a family forced to flee their home, we hear about war from the perspective of a teenage girl who suddenly finds herself with no choice but to do her best to survive, all while trying to find her family.
"Tomorrow, When the War Began" p152
"Lee laughed. 'Homer hasn't changed.'
'Yes he has.'
'Has he? I'll be interested to see that. He's a pretty smart guy, Homer'"
"Tomorrow, When the War Began" p140
"Homer looked at me, eyes shining with joy. I realised the wild and crazy guy wasn't so far away. 'We pick him up in the shovel,' he said, and waited for our reactions."
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