I thought this novel was quite intriguing, being based in a timeline where people only use electronics to do everything No one buys normal books, or paper and pens any The 4 girls from the first story escape with two boys they met in the first book, and a new boy Something I came to noticed while reading is, the book was in the perspective of a different girl than the first book I find it quite interesting that the novel series is during a time of war, which you learn in the first chapter of book 1, and the author still managed to throw in silly, romance within the story I would definitely recommend this series to others, because this is something I recommended to my teacher last year, and she enjoyed reading it I would also recommend this to others, because the dramatic dialogue makes it feel like you re in the book itself. I enjoyed the second installment in the Tomorrow Girls series and am eagerly looking forward to the third, although I did find the plot about Rosie being an illegal alien who s family purchased new id bracelets on the black market unbelievable, simply because of two things her accent would give her away and also a school that had so carefully researched the taking of America s elite wouldn t have accepted her as there d be limited background on her family Still a great story though. In A Terrifying Future World, Four Girls Must Depend On Each Other If They Want To SurviveNow That Best Friends Louisa, Rosie, Evelyn, And Maddie Know The Truth Or At Least The Danger They Re In The Girls Have Run Away From Their Safe Country Retreat But Life Is Riskier Than Ever, And Rosie Still Doesn T Know Who She Can Trust Rosie S Survival Skills Are Top Notch But How Well Can She Keep Her Own Secrets Also mediocre like the first one I m going to keep reading anyway cause it s so easy and such a great break from the intense academic stuff I have to read for school. I read this book as well, I don t like starting a series and not finishing it I got it from the library and could not put it down It was great, you probably would want to read the first book so that you understand the plot line fully I would also recommend this book to others. The book is set in the future world with four best friends Louisa, Rosie, Evelyn, and Maddie who must depend on each other to survive Now that they know the the truth about County Manor School they go on an adventure and don t know who they can trust Very good book if you like outdoor adventurer books with a very intriguing plot twist Will Rosie s secrets get out I enjoyed this story for middle graders I think the first book was a bit better, but this was still enjoyable. Tomorrow Girls Run for Cover by Eva Gray is the second book that s part of the Tomorrow Girls series, the thing that I love most about this book is that it s about adventure and survival Basically, the book starts off with Rosie being sent to a boarding school to be safe from the war, and the school is called CMS Over there she met Maddie, Louisa, and Evelyn, who were her roommates They soon found out they were being held hostage and were kept as prisoners of the Alliance When they escaped from CMS they stumbled upon three boys Drew, Alonso, and Ryan, who happen to have went to CMS too Now, they re all trying to escape CMS and find their family, but they end up escaping on the wrong side of the war and ended up near a prison in Canada which is way worse If you re interested in adventure and survival, I suggest you to read this book. This is the second book in the series, which really should be read in order The four roommates will each have their own narrative, as the story progresses Although this book gives enough information that it will be an exciting read on its own, it is much suspenseful if you have read Tomorrow Girls Behind the Gates Book 1 was Louisa s story, and this second one is Rosie s The girls personalities continue to build throughout this volume, and we find out why Rosie is so alert for danger, and so plucky and resourceful when it comes Warning this review for the second book reveals spoilers from the first book.The second book picks up where the first left off with the four girls running thru the woods, escaping from their all girls boarding school In the woods, the four girls happen upon three boys from the all boys boarding school, and when a sudden rain drenches them, they take shelter together Sharing stories, they decide to escape together, even though a group of 7 teens is harder to conceal than 4 From there on it is a dash for their lives to escape The Alliance.An exciting book for middle graders who are not quite ready for the Hunger Games level of writing. a very good book I love how they put the books from different point of views it makes it realistic.
Eva Gray lives in Chicago and enjoys reading, cooking, and camping Though she doesn t expect to need them in the near future, Eva keeps lots of extra batteries for her flashlight and a stock of canned food in her pantry Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name.
- 224 pages
- Run for Cover (Tomorrow Girls #2)
- Eva Gray
- 14 October 2017 Eva Gray