Noughts & Crosses

Noughts & Crosses (Noughts & Crosses Trilogy) - Malorie Blackman

I had a hard time thinking of the "naughts" being "white" and the "Crosses" being "dark skinned". The reason being that I felt the dialogue wasn't right. In my head the "naughts" sounded like African American characters and the "Crosses" sounded Caucasian. So it was hard to think of them the way I was suppose to think of them. I thought the book was okay , then I got to chapter 85 and the book got better. I felt like I wanted to know what was gonna happen and it was worth finishing. I didn't think it was gonna end that way and if you are going to read this book, do NOT read what the other books in this series is about or you will ruin the book for yourself.

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"Dear God, please let him have heard me. Please. Please.

If you're up there.

Somewhere."