Noughts and Crosses: Reader (Rollercoasters)

Noughts and Crosses Reader Rollercoasters Callum is a nought a second class citizen Sephy is a Cross In their world Noughts and Crosses don t mix Can Callum and Sephy find a way to be together In what has already become a modern classic awa

  • Title: Noughts and Crosses: Reader (Rollercoasters)
  • Author: Malorie Blackman
  • ISBN: 0198328613
  • Page: 129
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  • Callum is a nought a second class citizen Sephy is a Cross In their world, Noughts and Crosses don t mix Can Callum and Sephy find a way to be together In what has already become a modern classic, award winning author Malorie Blackman tackles the issues of prejudice and racism in a way that will thoroughly engage and inspire students.

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    • While not a work of historical fiction, Malorie Blackman’s first book in a dark series (currently spanning four novels) sheds light on numerous, many times ugly, truths of past and present, as well as universal human nature. Her ability to tackle some of the bleakest topics of western history in a present day setting, with roles being completely reversed, is to be applauded. An effort to delve this deep into issues of racism, slavery, and segregation while performing a 180 on the historical [...]


    • This book took me back to the 1950's and 60's, a time when segregation was being fought by the likes of Rosa Parks, Martin Lurther King Jr to name a few. I wasn't alive back then, but we have all seen the images of the 4 or 5 black students walking into a all white high school for the first time. I could only imagine what it would of been like to of been one of those students walking up those steps.This book is about a world where the crosses(blacks) are the first class citizens and the Naughts [...]


    • I had to listen to this book on a family vacation with my son for his summer reading project, so take this with a grain of salt. I liked the framework and the characters, but the plot line just kept getting more and more absurd. In combination with a healthy dose of teenage melodrama, I found it hard to take. This from a fan of other teen series such as Harry Potter and the Hunger Games. Maybe just me.


    • This was a great book. I loved the characters. I couldn't believe the end, really?! With the way it ended, I don't think know if I will be able to get into the second book. This is the reason for the 4 star, and not a five. I bought the second book, and just don't feel the same about it. I will give it another try again in the future. Who knows, maybe I will like it?


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