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Noughts & Crosses (Noughts & Crosses Trilogy) - Malorie Blackman
Noughts & Crosses (Noughts & Crosses Trilogy)
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3.92 370
Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780552555708 (0552555703)
ASIN: 0552555703
Publisher: Corgi
Pages no: 448
Edition language: English
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Teryna90 BookLover
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4.0 Noughts & Crosses (Noughts & Crosses Trilogy)
Maybe hatred has nothing to do with the devil either. Maybe it’s something we’ve invented. And then we just blame it on you, God, or on the devil, because it’s easier than blaming ourselves…4.5 stars - Some spoilers ahead -The first thing I looked at was the number of books, Four. Afterwards I decid...
If These Books Could Talk
If These Books Could Talk rated it
2.0 Noughts & Crosses (Noughts & Crosses Trilogy)
Nope. They're both boring me to tears and after so long with nothing happening at all, I can't devote precious reading time to it. It's annoying as the idea is a good one, but having read newer YA with far more evolved and in-depth main characters, the whiny self-involved behaviour of the two main p...
It's a three patch problem.
It's a three patch problem. rated it
4.0 Noughts & Crosses (Noughts & Crosses Trilogy)
Completely heartbreaking from beginning to end.
Crash My Book Party
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4.0 Noughts & Crosses
I first read Noughts & Crosses around five years ago and gave it an instant five star rating. On reading it again, I saw why it had so appealed to my fifteen year old self and also that it still appealed to me now at almost-twenty. But I still felt the need to drop it from a five star rating to a fo...
Kayleigh {K-Books}
Kayleigh {K-Books} rated it
4.0 Noughts and Crosses (Noughts and Crosses #1)
Two young people are forced to make a stand in this thought-provoking look at racism and prejudice in an alternate society. Sephy is a Cross -- a member of the dark-skinned ruling class. Callum is a Nought -- a “colourless” member of the underclass who were once slaves to the Crosses. The two have ...
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