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Burning For Revenge
From Hell to Stratton isn’t an easy trip, especially when the enemy’s headquarters lies somewhere in between. And that’s exactly where Ellie and her friends unwillingly find themselves — smack in the middle of the Wirrawee airfield. With only five of them against hundreds of armed soldiers, escape seems like a suicide mission. The odds aren’t good, and Kevin’s nervous breakdown isn’t helping matters.
Ellie and her compatriots are back, battling to stay alive and struggling to stay together in John Marsden’s latest book in the TOMORROW, WHEN THE WAR BEGAN series.
Ellie and her friends have been stuck in the war for what seems like a long time. They have no contact with relatives, just the other people in their group. They want to do something BIG. Something to help them win this war. But what can 5 teenagers do? A lot when they want revenge.
A must read for anyone 12+ who wants a good read with lots and lots of action!
I didnt like it because it was a boring book. I didnt have a favourite part of the book because i didnt like the book and i didnt have a favourite character. I can not relate to any of this book. I didnt like the whole book. I would recommend this to people that like war books but alot of the time nothing is happening.