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Knife Edge: Book 2 (Noughts And Crosses) by [Blackman, Malorie]
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4.6 out of 5 stars 158 customer reviews
Book 2 of 4 in Noughts And Crosses (4 Book Series)
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Praise for "Noughts & Crosses":
" An incredible novel that is as heart-rending as it is provocative." --"The Bookseller"

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1021 KB
  • Print Length: 416 pages
  • Publisher: RHCP Digital; New Ed edition (26 Dec. 2008)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0031RS628
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 158 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,188 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By A Customer on 8 Feb. 2004
Format: Hardcover
I'd been waiting so long to read the book, and it was well worth the wait. I read it in about 4hrs, n i cant wait for the last one in the series. The story starts with Sephy and her newborn baby Callie Rose, the book shows the struggle Sephy has to go through to do the best for her baby. It also shows what happens to Jude as he attempts to make Sephy pay for what she has done, along with every Cross he meets! The book is both like and unlike "Noughts and Crosses" in that it is set in "diary" form, but instead of it being from just two peoples points of view it is from Sephy's, Jude's, Minerva's, Meggie's(Callum's Mother) and Jasmine's(Sephy's mother). This adds an interesting twist to the story. It is a heart renching story of love, revenge, hatred and disloyalty that keeps you hooked and wanting more. The end is a suprise that I didn't even think of, like "Noughts and Crosses" this book left on a cliffhanger and a tear jerker of an ending making me cry. This is better even than "Noughts and Crosses" which i didnt think was possible! This is a "must read" for all you bookworms out there, and for all those who enjoyed Noughts and Crosses.
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I wasn't sure I wanted to read Knife Edge. I loved Noughts and Crosses so much, I didn't want to read a sequel that wasn't an equal to the first book. But this book is just as good, if not better than the first one. I bought Knife Edge this morning and by the afternoon, I'd finished reading it. I don't see how any book this year could be better. The newspaper articles were brilliant, as were the rainbow sections. The whole thing just left me wanting the story to never end. Like Oliver, I wanted a lot more. The story covers the first year of Callie Rose's life but it's more about Sephy trying to carry on without Callum, and Jude trying everything he can to ruin Sephy's life. And the end was totally shocking. I didn't see it coming at all. Now I'm desperate to read the last one in the trilogy. It's driving me nuts that I'm going to have to wait until the next book comes out to know what happens next. Knife Edge was definitely worth the wait, but please, please - if you're reading this Miss Blackman - don't make us wait too long for the last part.
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By A Customer on 5 Feb. 2004
Format: Hardcover
Ok, ignore the Amazon synopsis, I dont know where it came from, but it has nothing to do with the plot of this book! Maybe its the plot of the third...? Anyway, this is an AMAZING book - every bit as good as Noughts and Crosses. If you enjoyed the first one, you have to read this one. The emotion in it is just as powerful and convincing, and this time the story is told from four different points of view (although Sephy and Jude are the main narrators). In this book, Callie Rose has just been born, and most of the story is centered around Sephy struggling to get over Callum's death (and...certain other things....read it to find out!) and Jude's thirst for revenge against evey Cross, particularly Sephy. It ends on a huge cliffhanger - I cant wait for the next one!
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Format: Paperback
I just loved 'Knife Edge' and I don't know why so many people say it's no good. Alright so it may be the worst one in it's series (the noughts and crosses trilogy) but it's still great! These books are the best and in every series there has to be a worst book even if it is just by a bit, just because Knife Edge isn't the best one in it's series, well OMG there are 1000000 other books witch are still worse than it-to put that in a nicer way, it is better than 1000000 other books, better?
Anyway, I'm sure that you want to read an actual review on this FABULOUS book so, here it is; Knife is a great book full of mystery, romance, suspense, murder and so much more. It's written by one of the best writers in the world and has been published in many different languages (come on you've got to admit it, it wouldn't be published in so many languages if it wasn't good)!
Oh yeah, back on track. Well, the book starts off with Jude-there's another thing I love about the book, it switches between the minds of so many different characters giving you so many peoples views and thoughts. Jude is a confused person with so mutch to think about and understand and yet at the same tme he already knows so much more than many others, he just finds it hard to cope. No matter how hard it may be for Jude with all that has happenned to him I still start to hate him for what he does (not going to spoil it for you) and what he already has done (it gets worse).
I REALLY miss Callum because in the first book, Noughts and Crosses, he really got the book moving and going and I'm sure he couldn't have done that terrible thing (read the book and you'll find out what I'm talking about and agree with me). Sephy.
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People often say that the sequel of anything is never as good as the first, I'm still not sure whether I agree or not. Knife Edge certainly werent better than Noughts & Crosses, but in its own right its still a great book. Malorie Blackman is certainly gifted. 1 thing that's guaranteed is if you buy this book you'll find it hard to put down, and you'll feel a range of emotions throughout. I would definitly reccomend it
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