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doc Ü Behind the Gates ✓ Tomorrow Girls ¿ reflectionslisburnltd È In a terrifying future world four girls must depend on each other if they want to survive Louisa is nervous about being sent away to a boarding school but she's excited too And she has her best friend Maddie to keep her companyE seems different away from home uiet and worried all the time Still Louisa loves CMS the survival skills classes the fresh air She doesn't even miss not having a TV or the internet or any contact with home It's for their own safety after all Or is I completely forgot to add this It was really good and clean

reader ↠ Tomorrow Girls ☆ Eva Gray

In a terrifying future world four girls must depend on each other if they want to survive Louisa is nervous about being sent away to a boarding school but she's excited too And she has her best friend Maddie to keep her company The girls have to pre A Middle school book to share with my youngest daughter on occasion is fun and breaks things up a bit Next week I will be reading a Brett Battles middle school novel and sometime later I believe the new John Grisham YA novel also Okay let’s get this rolling along and find out what is between the covers“In a terrifying future world four girls must depend on each other if they want to surviveLouisa is nervous about being sent away to a boarding school but she’s excited too And she has her best friend Maddie to keep her company The girls have to pretend to be twin sisters which Louisa thinks just adds to the adventureCountry Manor School isn’t all excitement though Louisa isn’t sure how she feels about her new roommates athletic but snobby Rosie and everything’s a conspiracy Evelyn Even Maddie seems different away from home uiet and worried all the timeStill Louisa loves CMS the survival skills classes the fresh air She doesn’t even miss not having a TV or the internet or any contact with home It’s for their own safety after allOr is it”I couldn’t imagine being involved in this stuff when I was at this age If this is to be the future it looks a bit bleak Eva Grey creates a world that does not thrill me so if I get to live to see the day when her novel takes place hopefully I will have my own private island where everybody is happy and secure As bleak and foreboding as this all was though I enjoyed the characters the dialogue and the plotline I definitely will continue to read this series Things have changed around here I am now the published author of “Down Low Dead” with Vincent Zandri “The Jersey Shore Has Eyes” with Big Daddy Abel” “GSI Gelati’s Scoop Investigations Psychotic Detectives” with Thomas White and the soon to be released “Who Whacked The Blogger” with Benjamin Sobieck “Thad and The G Man’s Most Awesome Adventure” with Thad Brown and “Hotel Beamont” with BR Stateham All the stories are available Barnes Nobles and Smashwords I am also the host of the wildly popular The G ZONE blogtalk radio show Thanks for stopping by today; We will see you tomorrow Have a great day

Eva Gray ☆ book

Behind the Gates Tomorrow Girls #1Tend to be twin sisters which Louisa thinks just adds to the adventure Country Manor School isn't all excitement though Louisa isn't sure how she feels about her new roommates athletic but snobby Rosie and everything's a conspiracy Evelyn Even Maddi I ended up liking this one It almost could be Young Adult not because of the subject just because of the interactions between the girls I don't know how many books are planned for the series but if you took the first five books and suished them into one book it could definitely pass as a young adult book But because of the length and the lightness it's middle gradeThe way that Louisa and her friends interacted was good At times I had to remind myself that they weren't 16 year olds even if they acted like it as far as maturity and interaction with one another goes It's crazy to think that some of the YA books I read have characters that aren't even as mature as these girlsIt was a little slower than I'm used to and not much action but I think it's perfect for the targeted age group I liked that the girls had to try to figure out who to trust and how to adapt to their new surroundings Really whenever I read about what life used to be like in these dystopian books it always gives me the creeps Makes me wonder how in the world would I survive if I lived in their world The book ends on a pretty big cliffhanger but it's a pretty good one that'll make you seek out the next book I know I would love to see how things turn out It's clean and pretty straight forward You get a glimpse of what life is like but it's not too graphic or anything So all in all I'd say that this book is perfect for the younger teen just getting their feet wet in the dystopian world