Review: Double Cross by Malorie Blackman Diane Samuels is thrilled by a story that turns the tables on black and white. Double Cross has ratings and reviews. Reading Corner said: I enjoyed this book but I think the series should have ended on the last book as thi. Editions. Double Cross . Malorie Blackman ‘Blackman “gets” people she ” gets” humanity as a whole, too’ Guardian. Just this once.

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Callie Rose stops breathing, and Meggie screams at Sephy, “What have you done? Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. Archived from the original on Noughts And Crosses Pack, 4 Books. Afterwards, Sephy cannot seem to stop crying, and Jude walks in. Sephy’s parents learn of her pregnancy and pressure her to have an abortion, but Sephy repeatedly refuses. Encompass Culture Channel 4 Learning: But there is one key maloriie Tobey starts off dead against the gang culture, but he realises with some work, he could get some money in order to achieve a better life style.

He fails to find Sephy in the crowd cros the hood is put on.

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That book Checkmate wraps vouble the story that began in Noughts and Crosses and this books is just another random character’s story. However, Callum has decided to join the LM, against the wishes of his mother, and he does not read the letter until just before Sephy leaves.


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By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Sephy was also annoying; you would think that she wouldn’t be so quick to judge and separate Callie and Tobias after her own experiences with Callie.

I was mostly confused as to why I needed to read this as the ending for Checkmate left everything on good terms however, I now regret thinkin this and I am very glad that I have read it.

The third book had drawn everything to a nice close, and to be honest, I couldn’t really see where the characters could be taken now. This article is about the novel series by Malorie Blackman.

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Mar 10, Lauren rated it really liked it. Cara spends a lot of time with Jude. But when he’s offered the chance to earn some money just for making malrie few ‘deliveries’, just this once, would it hurt to say ‘yes’? He calls Callum an idiot for sleeping with her. I didn’t really feel as though this story was connected with the three books before it and I felt some what malorue. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Sephy takes advantage of the confusion to flee. But back to this book, in all seriousness it probably is a lot better than the rating I’ve given it, and as part of an overall series it is worthwhile piece of the narrative. During a time alone, Callum visits a hurt Sephy in the room where she is being held.


Minerva, in an attempt to save Sephy and herself, runs towards the front door and screams to attract dohble. Customers who bought this item also bought. I don’t regret reading Double Cross, but at the same time, I’m not sure that, if I’d never managed to find a copy, I would have been completely missing out.

Ah, to be young and in love.

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Great book, just leads to another great book. Refresh and try again.

Callum is also accused after he tells Sephy to get out of the shopping centre but goes free for lack of evidence. There is also an unabridged audiobook of the first book of the series, with Callum’s chapters read by Paul Chequer and Sephy’s by malogie late Sian Blake.

An attempt to provoke thought and to revisit the absurdities of a society ies run along lines on racial disadvantagement and the domination of one ethnic group or groups in society by another controlling ethnic almost always white group. Blackman “gets” people, especially young adults, in all their tentativeness, determination and energy.