Callum

Callum (Noughts & Crosses, #1.6)

For world book day this year Malorie Blackman brought out a very short book providing an alternate to the events that occurred during Noughts & Crosses.

Told from Callum’s point of view the book was a really good alternative to what was already an amazing book. I would suggest not reading it unless you have read the book as it is set a fair way through the book, but if you had it is defiantly worth reading. I think it would start good conversations about how she  could have taken the story and possibly debates over which was a better option.

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