Briefly tell us what this book is about (without giving away the ending, of course! ).
This book is about black people and white people. The black people are crosses and rule over the white noughts or ‘bankers’. Callum, a nought grows up with Sephy, whose father is the leader of a strong political party. Their 2 families hate each other, and Sephy and Callum begin to fall in love- dangerous, considering one is a nought and one is a cross. How does the title relate to the storyline? Noughts and crosses are the two classes of people, noughts are white people and crosses are black people Is there something interesting that the author does to present the story? Ma lorie Blackman cleverly writes it like a diary, but sometimes Sephy is speaking and sometimes Callum is speaking.
If you could rewrite the story, what would you change to make it better? I couldn’t make it better! Why would you recommend (or not recommend) this book to a friend? Its different, clever, quirky, makes me feel like crying! Its really amazing, and I would definitely recommend it to any teenager. Why did you choose to read this particular book? My friend recommended it to me- I wasn’t too impressed by what she said about it, but when I read it I was like wow! I read it really really quickly, and I couldn’t wait for the sequel Knife Edge to come out! Complete this sentence: When I finished reading the last page of this book, I felt… Excited, I can’t wait to read the sequel. What type of reader do you think this book is appropriate for? I think any teenager would love this book- if you don’t like it you ” re wield! ! The ending is really really sad, and you expect some miraculous escape, but it doesn’t happen! I don’t think this book is suitable for anybody under 11. The length does’t matter because you don’t do anything else except read it! When you ” ve read this book- make sure you read the sequel Knife Edge, and then the climax of the Checkmate. Give at least one example of a memorable quote, moment, or theme from the book.
The Andromeda Strain is a fictional book that describes a five-day study of a deadly virus. This book takes place in 1966 in the town of Piedmont, Arizona. Even though the book takes place in 1966, the book seems extremely realistic. Through the five days, they do different tests do learn all about the Andromeda Strain. At times there will be brilliant discoveries, and at times the people will be ...
‘I love you Callum! I love you! ! !’ ‘I love you too Sephy! I love you!’ ‘ I love you Callum!’ O God please let him have heard me. Please, God if you ” re up there, please let Callum have heard me. Did I imagine the too? Please God, let him know I love him. This is at the very end (last page) of the book, and it may not sound too good now, but at the end of that book, you just can’t believe that’s the end!