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Noughts + Crosses

Part of the Noughts And Crosses series
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Now a major TV series on the BBC'The Noughts & Crosses series are still my favourite books of all time and showed me just how amazing story-telling could be' STORMZY'Malorie's Noughts & Crosses series is the first time I saw myself in a book . . . they were pacey, exciting, rich. What Malorie Blackman has always done so brilliantly is put the minority front and centre, both in society and politics.' CANDICE CARTY-WILLIAMS 'The most original book I've ever read' BENJAMIN ZEPHANIAH "Malorie Blackman is absolutely amazing ... [Noughts & Crosses] really spoke to me, especially as a woman of dual heritage." ZAWE ASHTON_____'Stop it!

You're all behaving like animals! Worse than animals - like blankers!'Sephy is a Cross: she lives a life of privilege and power.

But she's lonely, and burns with injustice at the world she sees around her.

Callum is a nought: he's considered to be less than nothing - a blanker, there to serve Crosses - but he dreams of a better life.

They've been friends since they were children, and they both know that's as far as it can ever go.

Noughts and Crosses are fated to be bitter enemies - love is out of the question.

Then - in spite of a world that is fiercely against them - these star-crossed lovers choose each other.

But this is love story that will lead both of them into terrible danger . . . and which will have shocking repercussions for generations to come.

Voted as one of the UK's best-loved books, Malorie Blackman's Noughts & Crosses is a seminal piece of YA fiction; a true modern classic.

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Penguin Books Ltd
0141378646 / 9780141378640
Paperback / softback
823.92
06/04/2017
United Kingdom
English
437 pages : illustration (black and white)
20 cm
Quiz No: 101051, Points 14.00, Book Level 4.00,
Upper Years - Key Stage 3 Learn More
Reprint. Originally published: London: Doubleday, 2001.