her book NOUGHTS & CROSSES is amazing, it is griping
from the begining right the way to the end. I just cant wait for its
sequel Knife edgy to come out . Malorie
>>By louise (Wednesday, 18 Jun 2003 22:56)
I think Malorie Blackman is revalotionay author and not many people can pull off race discimation and do it well. Noughts and crosses is a fantastic book and I can't wait for the sequel.
>>By sian (Thursday, 10 Jul 2003 10:41)
theres a sequel??oh my god i have to buy iy!!Sephy and Callums story gripped me from start to finish, i wanted to cry by the end. i can't believe Callum died!when his changing charater died i was like....wtf?!!nooo!but such a well told story with incredible plot and themes!
>>By your_name_here15 (Thursday, 25 Mar 2004 18:44)
Has anyone here actually read knife edge yet?
If so I wonder if you have any views on this...
Im a little confused as to the letter Callum wrote Sephy. Im not sure what Malorie Blackman is trying to portray. Is she trying to show how people can so easily sway their way of thinking just by what someone else can say or do? I mean I doubt him now even after being inside Callum's head, knowing his feelings for Sephy were very much real in Noughts and Crosses! I just am slightly confused as to why Callum screamed his love for Sephy before he was about to be hanged if he knew she would read the letter. Of course he might not have even written it and we may find out that Jack (the prison guard) was forced to hand the letter over to a mysterious person with a lot more authority who destroyed Callum's real letter and wrote the one Sephy got. By the way we find out if and if so, why he wrote the letter in the third and final book, "Checkmate." My money is on Sephy's dad as the mysterious person altough this seems a little too obvious!
>>By Born2bWild (Wednesday, 11 Aug 2004 20:21)
I read knife edge just this summer and quite franckly i dont believe I have ever opened a book so hard hitting .but it leaves alot of loose ends untied.like:
w.t.f was that letter about and does callie die and what about Jude can they incriminate him.I hope so.anyway once the last installment comes out I swear i will be the first be the first to read it.
>>By butters (Sunday, 5 Sep 2004 21:51)
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