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A group of teenagers decide to go camping in a remote area of Australia known as 'Hell'. Whilst they're away, all hell breaks loose at home when an enemy country invades Australia and holds their families prisoner. Fighting against all odds, this bunch of teens must become a lean, mean, guerillla fighting team, and try to win back their homes, their family and their freedom.Written by
I have read the books and seen the movie and absolutely loved them. When I heard that the series was coming out I was quite excited, I thought the void left by the lack of a sequel to the movie could finally be filled. Now after watching the first episode I'm beginning to think that that void will never be filled. I have found it quite utterly disappointing. Just seemed like the scenes of jubilation/slow motion happy happy joy joy were well overdone. Well i guess after hyping it up in my head it was always possible that it might not live up to my exceptions but i didn't think it was possible it would be this bad.
Anyway I will hang in there for the next few episodes *fingers crossed* Please get better.
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