Knife Edge Paperback – 4 Jul 2016
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It is really a cautionary tale about choice and the danger of nursing anger. (The Sunday Times 2004-02-17)
Relentless in its pace . . . Devastatingly powerful (Guradian 2004-02-17)
I repeatedly looked up from the pages, thinking "What would I do?" (Daily Telegraph 2004-03-16)
Malorie Blackman is writing a disturbing trilogy that should be read because it is important. (School Librarian 2004-03-16)
Noughts & Crosses was brilliant and this sequel is as good, if not better . . . The reader is forced to confront issues of racism in our society in a unique way . . . (Carousel 2004-05-13) --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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31 July 2017
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Malorie Blackman is life! The way she has created and developed these very real characters never leaves me disappointed. I can't explain, how I want to explain,about the way I felt, when I read noughts and crosses. I lingered over that story for quite some time and this follow up just highlighted a very realistic perception of how, sometimes, life chooses you. You feel and connect with these characters because ultimately it's the horrible truth they exist..
5 August 2013
Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase
This is the second book in the noughts and crosses series. callums dead and sephy is all alone and with her new daughter callie rose. we see sephy develop as a character and what she goes through, and what comes to living with callums mum. we see a battle against discrimination and race as we have done in the 1st noughts and crosses book. This is an excellent young adult novel and iv really enjoyed it.
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I read this after the third in the series so in the wrong order. I read Bk 1 then 3 then this which is number 2 which made it less of a sequential story.Read more
So so so so good. Really gripping and full of unexpected twists. Such a great read. Loved it! Must buy the next now!!!
Fantastic gripping storyline carrying on from the 1st book. Loved it and would recommend all books in series to anyone.