The last part of the ‘Tomorrow’ series is beyond me. I have to admit that I’m very sad that I had to say goodbye to the people with whom I spent a really long time and had time be make friends with them. I certainly reach one day for "The Ellie Chronicles" but that's probably not be the same.
There are views of the end of the war, a group of friends is full of hope and go into attack. In this part, it was really a lot of action and a whole had a good impression on me, but largely focused on the main character, the rest of the friends was here pushed into the background. There were many interesting and surprising events, was quite sad, sometimes frightening, but I couldn’t help feeling that a large part of the book the author cheating us and that the story ends well... and I wasn’t wrong. Maybe you cann’t call it a 100% happy ending, the ending was quite bittersweet, but I'm still expecting some larger tragedy, but it wasn’t.
Despite this, I think it's really interesting series, full of deep and relevant reflections, and certainly it’s one of the best positions for young people.
“Life’s about a hell of a lot more than being happy. It’s about feeling the full range of stuff: happiness, sadness, anger, grief, love, hate. If you try to shut one of those off, you shut them all off.”