Circle of Flight (The Ellie Chronicles, #3)

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  • 303 pages
  • Circle of Flight (The Ellie Chronicles, #3)
  • John Marsden
  • English
  • 19 May 2017
  • 0330423592

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Circle of Flight (The Ellie Chronicles, #3) You jam on the brakes and stop the ute right at your front door You jump out Not for the first time you run into a house that could be full of guns, with death waiting for youIt is a time of profound change for Ellie Linton.Enemies are everywhere.Some come crawling over the hills others drive in and knock on the front door Sometimes her friends are at her side and sometimes she is on her own.Ellie is a fighter She has faith in her own abilities But she is not Superwoman Never has she faced enemies so ruthless, so brutal And not every battle can be won with a gun and bullets.When the ammunition runs out, who will be left standing Trapped and helpless, Ellie must face the end of life as she knows itsustained only by strength and imagination. Download Circle of Flight (The Ellie Chronicles, #3) author John Marsden – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “Circle of Flight (The Ellie Chronicles, #3)

  1. Claire Jeynes says:

    In some ways I feel that it was some what of an anti climax to the whole series Although I thoroughly enjoyed the book, I feel like I wantedAnd I wanted Ellie to end up with homer as was implied by Bronte But it seems fitting the way it ended I have so manyquestions that I feel I want answered Like what happens once they move in town, surely the terrorists would be able to find where she is Does she travel or go to university, what happens What happens to the divided country In some ways I feel that it was some what of an anti climax to the whole series Although I thoroughly enjoyed the book, I feel like I wantedAnd I wanted Ellie to end up with homer as was implied by Bronte But it seems fitting the way it ended I have so manyquestions that I feel I want answered Like what happens once they move in town, surely the terrorists would be able to find where she is Does she travel or go to university, what happens What happens to the divided country Will there ever be some form of peace What b...

  2. Jessica says:

    Hey, remember that time John Marsden gave his Tomorrow When the War Began heroes a break from all the action for a little while and just had them babysit some feral kids for a whole book Wasn t that awesome Wouldn t it b...

  3. Kandi says:

    I am sad this series ended, and especially how it ended I feel this wasn t resolved at all as there are still so many questions about Ellie and Gavin The author isn t writing any on this series, so I will just have to come up with my own ending I suppose I had always secretly rooted for Homer and Ellie, and in my ending, they do end up together and have a farm and a few kids And Gavin is there too, and continues to be her brother and is an Uncle to her kids Yep I like that ending much I am sad this series ended, and especially how it ended I feel this wasn t resolved at all as there are still so many questions about Ellie and Gavin The author isn t...

  4. RavenclawReadingRoom says:

    I don t really know how to feel about this, which is apparently the final installment in the saga of Man, it really sucks to be Ellie Linton On one hand, I loved it because it was full of all the stuff we ve come to know and love about Ellie But on the other, there were so many things that weren t adequately dealt with in favour of adding in another go across ...

  5. Jessica Khoury says:

    Homer and Ellie is my ship and I don t even care what anyone says SAIL ELMER SAIL.

  6. Lolita says:

    I wish I could say it was amazing, but it just wasn t It was a good book, but Tomorrow s greatness was too much for this book to handle And what an ending It just didn t make sense I gave itthat 1 star, because it was easy to read, the characters were the same people I had fallen in love with in the ...

  7. Rjmiller says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Potential spoilers for all three books in The Ellie Chronicles and the Tomorrow series.I really, really disliked this book and The Ellie Chronicles in general and I m shocked at the amount of positive reviews here I truly wish I d never read this series I feel it s like Mr Marsden wasn t even trying My guess is someone drived a dump truck full of cash up to his house, asked him to write another set of stories, and he said yes Even though he didn t have a story to tell.This was not the Ellie Potential spoilers for all three books in The Ellie Chronicles and the Tomorrow series.I really, really disliked this book and The Ellie Chronicles in general and I m shocked at the amount of positive reviews here I truly wish I d never read this series I feel it s like Mr Marsden wasn t even trying My guess is someone drived a dump truck full of cash up to his house, asked him to write another set of stories, and he said yes Even though he didn t have a story to tell.This was not the Ellie Linton that I came to love in the Tomorrow series and the decisions she made often left me scratching my head.Did Mr Marsden come hate Ellie He must have He killed her parents, took he...

  8. Nemo (The Moonlight Library) says:

    This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryEllie arrives home to find Gavin gone, and spends over half the book getting him back from the terrorists who kidnapped him looking for Ellie and the Scarlet Pimpernel Then Ellie loses him again as Child Services takes him away.I ve loved this series, really loved the spin off of life after the war as well I m still trying to understand why Ellie never wanted to join Liberation if she s freely admitting loving breaking the law and being This review was originally posted on The Moonlight LibraryEllie arrives home to find Gavin gone, and spends over half the book getting him back from the terrorists who kidnapped him looking for Ellie and the Scarlet Pimpernel Then Ellie loses him again as Child Services takes him away.I ve loved this series, really loved the spin off of life after the war as well I m still trying to understand why Ellie never wanted to join Liberation if she s freely admitting loving breaking the law and being in dangerous situations I think it s the rebel in her she doesn t particularly want to follow orders.I think it was convenient but understanding how the terrorist threat that opened the spin off series was neat...

  9. Dianne C. says:

    Unlike some of the other reviewers, I was really excited for a look at life after the war So many books and movies resolve a situation like that and you never get to see how these people pick up the pieces of their lives afterwards Unfortunately, these books were not what I was looking for I actually found the farming stuff fairly interesting and it was neat to see how Ellie dealt with the farm practices and running the whole operation But the weak link here was Gavin.The Tomorrow series w Unlike some of the other reviewers, I was really excited for a look at life after the war So many books and movies resolve a situation like that and you never get to see how these people pick up the pieces of their lives afterwards Unfortunately, these books were not what I was looking for I actually found t...

  10. Ken Kugler says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The thing that made sad the most about this book is that the author, John Marsden has wrapped up this wonderful series NoEllie, Lee, Gavin or Homer I guess I will have to just imagine how their lives will turn out but I guess that they will be fine because they are characters that think things out even if not always as things are ha...