Callum is a Nought – an inferior white citizen in a society controlled by the black Crosses. Sephy is a Cross – and the daughter of one of the most powerful, ruthless men in the country. In their hostile, violent world, Noughts and Crosses simply don’t mix. But when Sephy and Callum’s childhood friendship grows into passionate love, they’re determined to find a way to be together.
Figuratively speaking, of course. I don’t advocate violence but I’m sure others have felt this way too – you can read a book and love it, but there will always be those annoying or horrible characters that we all love to hate, and who really need a good ole’ fashioned slap round the back of the head, you just itch to reach in between the pages and deliver them a head-smack.
It can’t actually be time for a Top Ten Tuesday again?! This week is all about unique books, and it’s times like this that I’m really thankful for Goodreads, or I could spend hours trying to put a post like this together! In no particular order, the most unique books I’ve ever read are…
This week’s Top Ten Tuesday focuses on the books that turned us into book lovers – books we read as children that have stayed with us, books that got us back into reading after a drought and books that introduced us to a new favourite genre. This week’s Top Ten Tuesday puts a spotlight on those books and authors that we credit with our bookishness.