It has certainly stayed with Andrew Creer, too. "I was 13 or 14 when I read it and it was the first book series I ever got through," says the 21-year-old WAAPA graduate who plays Kevin Holmes, the eldest of the group of seven teens and, as an apprentice mechanic, the only one who doesn't have his eyes set on uni or travel before the world turns upside down. "I had the attention span of a squirrel on drugs, and I felt so many of the books we read at school were aiming for something below us or above us, but Tomorrow was so relatable."
Of course, it is unlikely that North Korea is capable of successfully prosecuting a war against the ., their recent missile tests have been less than successful. The real danger comes from China and Russia who tend to side with North Korea’s communist regime. Earlier this week it was widely reported that China, North Korea’s chief ally, has stock-piled a range of land-based missile systems on Hainan island. Those missiles are capable of destroying the . fleet, and any such attack by China would potentially lead to World War 3, and nuclear Armageddon.