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Double Cross: Book 4 - Noughts and Crosses (Hardback)
  • Double Cross: Book 4 - Noughts and Crosses (Hardback)

Double Cross: Book 4 - Noughts and Crosses (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 06/11/2008
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Everyone assumes the bomb that killed Callie Rose's grandmother was the work of a nought terrorist. But Callie Rose knows the truth - and her fear of the past leaves her afraid for her future. Her boyfriend Tobey is worried about his own future. A nought boy at an exclusive school Tobey hopes to keep out of trouble, go to university, get a good job and leave the dangerous streets of his childhood behind. But Tobey is discovering that he can't keep clinging to some kind of no-man's land while the neighbourhood around him is carved up by rival gangs. Then he is offered the chance to earn some ready money just making a few 'deliveries'. He doesn't want a part of that world, the world of gangs. But maybe he could get away with it, just this once ...He little realizes how his decision will bring violence down on both himself and Callie and just how far he will go in fighting back...

Publisher: Random House Children's Publishers UK
ISBN: 9780385615518

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Loved this book soo much! I couldn't put it down, although i felt as if the plot was not really connected with the other books.

25th March 2009
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“Double Cross”

This book was absolutely amazing. The love between the two main characters was incredible, and the ending was perfect. Malorie Blackman is such a talented writer.

13th March 2009
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“Double Cross”

I am a big Malorie Blackman fan and was extremely excited about her new novel. Double Cross is a "big read" with a powerful and sometimes unsettling storyline that nethertheless still lives up to the... More

1st December 2008
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