A small free kiss in the dark is a book written by Glenda Millard in 2009, the book shows the story of a young boy during the war. Also based on war, tomorrow when the war began, is a movie released in 2010, about a young group of people who return home from a camp to be confronted with a war. Both the book and the movie have similar characteristics and differences between them.
Both A Small Kiss in the Dark, and Tomorrow When the War Began are about having courage in hard times. The book shows the struggle of watching places and people being destroyed. At the same time as trying to look after yourself in dangerous situations. The movie also shows a similar story as the characters watch their community being destroyed, and friendships being made in order to stay alive.
Another similarity in the book and movie is that the characters have to go against their morals in order to decide what to do in certain situations. An example of this in the book is when Skip realises he would have to trespass and steal in order for him to keep himself and his friends alive. Or in...
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