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20 years ago, Malorie Blackman’s Noughts & Crosses, a story that charted the deeply forbidden romance between Sephy (a Cross) and Callum (a Nought) was published. Theirs was a love affair that has had repercussions for their families for generations. Until now.
Endgame, the final book in the series, is a breathtaking conclusion to the groundbreaking series.
The first Nought Prime Minister, Toney Durbridge, is about to go on trial for the murder of notorious ganglord, Dan Jeavons. Tobey insists he is being framed. There were ten seats at Dan’s dinner party the night he was killed and each guest had their own reasons for wishing him dead.
Sephy Hadley was one of the guests that night. Haunted by the idea that she didn’t do enough to stop the death of her first love, Callum McGregor, Sephy will not sit quietly and wait for accusations to fall on her now. She has her children to protect . . .
It’s time that actions speak louder than words. Time that the truth is uncovered. Time for the endgame.
‘The cliffhanger ending will leave fans desperately awaiting the next installment’ Mail on Sunday, ‘Must-Read Books of the year, 2019’ on Crossfire.
Our September 2021 Teen Book of the Month
My September Book of the Month for Teens has to be Endgame by Malorie Blackman. 20 years after the ground-breaking Noughts & Crosses, it has all led to this. Relationships between Crosses & Noughts are no longer forbidden, but the life-changing story of Sephy and Callum has never been forgotten. People are more divided than ever – over race, politics and class. The first Nought Prime Minister, Tobey Durbridge, has been framed for murder, and Sephy under suspicion. Can Callie-Rose clear the names of both her former boyfriend and her mother? As they search for the truth, they unearth a lot more than they expected…
This powerful conclusion to the iconic Noughts & Crosses series could not be more anticipated, particularly following the cliffhanger ending of Crossfire. This series changed YA forever, and taught a generation to think and act differently. Following the BBC TV adaptation last year, it has garnered even more attention and fans, along with Malorie Blackman winning the lifetime achievement award from the YA Book Prize earlier this year. Now is the perfect time to re-read the whole series in anticipation of this finale!
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