Early last week, I listened to the last entry in John Marsden's Tomorrow series, The Other Side of Dawn. I can't tell you how sorry I am that the series is over. The good news is there is a follow-up trilogy called the Ellie Chronicles, which I plan to start listening to soon.
The Other Side of Dawn ties together some loose ends and brings the seven-book series to an end in a very satisfactory way. Marsden was able to keep the drama and action going, complete with the right amount of heartache, suspense, and happiness. I can say, without creating a spoiler, that the ending is fitting and realistic; there is no simple "and they lived happily ever after." If you've read my earlier reviews or started the series, you won't be surprised that Marsden tells it like it is.
I highly recommend this series, which is almost dystopian, but perhaps better described as alternate history. The audiobooks are read by Suzi Dougherty, who -- as I've said before -- is fabulous as Ellie.
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Published by Scholastic Paperbacks, 2007 [originally published 2002]
Audio by Bolinda Publishing
Challenges: Young Adult, Audiobook, Buy and Read, 100+
Source: Bought (see review policy)