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In The Ellie Chronicles he fills the role of a boyfriend, a man, a big brother and a father — all at the same time. Fortunately at the very end Lee is able to start a new life and leaves his past behind him.
TOMORROW WHEN THE WAR BEGAN ELLIE AND LEE RELATIONSHIP
He seems so much more mature than most of those guys at school. He stood there with the bush behind him, gazing calmly back at me.
Like a lot of tall people he usually stood with his head down a bit, so you could see the back of his neck, the way it arched. Violin and schoolwork and the restaurant and not much else. Do we want to kill people? Do we want to kill Major Harvey? He scared me when he was like that.
Lee always moved like a thoroughbred racehorse when we were out in the open or walking a big distance, and now he moved along eagerly, head pointing forward, long legs covering k after k. Occasionally he looked across and smiled at me, or winked.
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At least it made life less complicated for him. He kind of fell against me. He started shaking so severely I could hear his teeth rattle. I got my arms around him and held him tightly. Ellie obviously becomes furious and fustrated. When she sees Mr Rochford's car parked outside Mr Sayle's office her anger builds but she remembers the advice from Bronte's father, "do things your own way".
Ellie almost immediately writes 'a letter of resignation as guardian' for Mr Sayle to sign. Mr Sayle and Rochford become outraged but Mr Sayle ends up signing it saying "she's done so much in the war effort. Eventually, Ellie wins and the Yannoses are appointed as her guardians. In the last book, Gavin is abducted by enemy groups who are annoyed at the Liberation.
It's like the biggest secret in Wirrawee! The mission almost failed when she got trapped in the attic by the group who abducted Gavin name of that group is not mentioned in the book.
Luckily for Ellie and Gavin, their day has been saved by the rest of the liberation team.
Just before Ellie enters the Volvo car, that Homer was driving, to escape, she notices a female standing at the bottom of the stairs in the house she and Gavin had been trapped in. Lee ran past saying "Place secure, Pimple". There were also some more minor characters like Jeremy who Ellie dated and Jess friend from school who is also a part of the liberation.
Ellie's battle with life after war was not the only story told in this series. The history of the mysterious Gavin is revealed mainly in the second book "Incurable". It turns out that Gavin has a little sister who was lost during the war. His mother was killed just before the war when Gavin's mother and stepfather just broke up.
Gavin witnessed his stepfather running down his mother but there wasn't enough evidence to prove his stepfather guilty. Gavin and Ellie stayed with Lee and his siblings whilst Gavin was preparing to say hello to his sister again.
When Ellie saw how much Gavin could bond with Intira, she realised that maybe Gavin and his little sister did stand a chance of being together. Ellie mostly connected with Pang older that Intira but younger than Lee. When Gavin and Ellie walked to Gavin's sister's foster parent's house, Gavin was extremely nervous as expressed in the text through the "sweaty palms" and constant squeezing of his hand. When they got there, there was a sign that said "Welcome back Gavin" however there was a man standing at the side of the house who didn't seem to fit in, This turns out to be Gavin's stepdad, who tries to outrun and kill Gavin with a knife.