Malorie Blackman – Noughts and Crosses – First UK Edition 2001

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Malorie Blackman – Noughts and Crosses – First UK Edition 2001

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£225.00

A first edition, first printing published by Doubleday in 2001. A near fine book without inscriptions – some bumping to the corners. In a very good unclipped wrapper with a little wear to the corners.
“Noughts & Crosses” is a novel by British author Malorie Blackman, set in an alternative world divided by racial and social hierarchies. It revolves around the forbidden love between Sephy, a privileged Cross (black) girl, and Callum, a disadvantaged Nought (white) boy. Their relationship faces societal prejudice, discrimination, and political turmoil. The book explores themes of racism, prejudice, and the impact of social structures on personal relationships, making it a powerful commentary on race and inequality.


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A first edition, first printing published by Doubleday in 2001. A near fine book without inscriptions – some bumping to the corners. In a very good unclipped wrapper with a little wear to the corners.
“Noughts & Crosses” is a novel by British author Malorie Blackman, set in an alternative world divided by racial and social hierarchies. It revolves around the forbidden love between Sephy, a privileged Cross (black) girl, and Callum, a disadvantaged Nought (white) boy. Their relationship faces societal prejudice, discrimination, and political turmoil. The book explores themes of racism, prejudice, and the impact of social structures on personal relationships, making it a powerful commentary on race and inequality.