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Book Haul - Number One (19th May)

Today this post is something different once again, this post is dedicated to my latest book haul! Though I have read two of the novels already (Boys Don’t Cry and Noughts and Crosses) it is nice to have a copy on my bookshelf. 109 more words

Book review: Noughts and Crosses.

Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman, is a fictional dystopia novel when the ‘roles are in reverse.’ There is an apartheid however the black overpower the white. 150 more words

Top Ten Authors I'd Love To Meet

Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by the wonderful The Broke and The Bookish. This week’s list are the Top Ten Authors I’d Love To Meet. I’m quite shy, so I don’t know if I’d have the guts to meet these authors if the opportunity was there… we’ll see! 300 more words

Top Ten Tuesday

Noughts and Crosses

After a well anticipated hunt around charity shops a month or so ago, I came across these two. It took me a few weeks, however I decided to try out the first of Malorie Blackman’s famous trio, “Noughts and Crosses”: the first book in a long time that I’ve read in a day! 54 more words


Genre: Real Life
Rating: 10/10

Double Cross is the last in the Noughts & Crosses series. Blackman writes another perfectly good novel in Double Cross. This novel follows Tobey and Callie, it shows us how their relationship gets stronger as Tobey starts to get mixed up in the battle of gangs that divide Meadowview.

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Noughts and Crosses by Malorie Blackman

Hey readers,

I bought this book on one of my travels to England in Waterstones (btw, does anyone else love Waterstones? More on that later…). My cousin already revealed that she loved this book and had met the author so I decided to read and enjoy as well. 256 more words

Book Review

Genre: Real Life
Rating: 9/10

This is the third in the Noughts and Crosses series and may contain spoilers from the first and second book.

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