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Knife Edge by Malorie Blackman
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Mar 05, 2008

it was amazing
Recommended for: Anyone Who Has Read The First Book and Liked It

Knife Edge is the second book in Malorie Blackman's Naughts & Crosses Trilogy. This book takes place after Callum's death which leaves Sephy to deal with their newborn mixed child alone. Again, bothe Naughts and Crosses still have issues against one another and Callum's brother, Jude, hates all the crosses in the world, especially Sephy because he blames her for his brother's death. Jude plans on getting revenge on Sephy by hurting the person that's most dear to her, which in thsi case, is her Child. Yet things seem out of plans and Jude ends up having a relationship with the type of person he hates the most, a Cross. Will Jude continue to seek revenge on Sephy? Or will he learn something new by dating a Cross? How will Sephy live as a single mother with no father and no support from ehr family? What will happen to those two and how will their paths intertwine? Thats something for readers to read and find out.
Even though i thought Naughts and Crosses was a better book, this book still caught my attention as the first book left it off as a cliffhanger and that this book continued the story. What i really like is the ending where it also leaves off as a cliffhanger and forces you to run to the nearest bookstore to buy the 3rd and last book to this triology. This is a good book to read as it teaches us how to deal with racism issues.

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