Malorie Blackman, Noughts & Crosses Review

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Malorie Blackman, Noughts and Crosses

“This book keeps you emotionally attatched all the way...”

Written on: 06/02/2011

This book keeps you emotionally attatched all the way through. Sephy is unaware of the exclusion of the noughts (white people, the book is set in the reverse situation) whereas Callum understands his placement in thier world. Noughhts and Crosses provenance is probably from the 1960s, but its set in modernish times. i thougth both characters were very stubborn which contradicted eachothers actions.

i didnt cry at the end because i was too involved with reading it so i couldnt absorb the ending properly. so take your time!!

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