Knife Edge

Knife Edge

Book - 2005
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This thought-provoking and often provocative look at racism is a sequel to the award-winning Noughts & Crosses .

For fourteen years, Sephy, a singer, struggles to raise her mixed-race child in an apartheid society, telling Callie Rose very little about her father, and trying to make her mark in the music business where she also has to deal with prejudice. But suddenly and dramatically, Callie discovers the truth about her parentage -- that her father, Callum, was hanged for terrorism! Can mother and daughter heal the rift that now opens between them? And can Callie ignore the pain of the past as she takes her own steps towards her future? This is a riveting and page-turning novel for ages twelve and up that will confirm Malorie Blackman's status as one of today's top authors for young readers.


From the Hardcover edition.
Publisher: London : Corgi Books, 2005, c2004
ISBN: 9780552548922
0552548928
Branch Call Number: BLA
Characteristics: 363 p

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oliviac13
Mar 30, 2015

A great book. Intriguing and captivating. I suggest to read in order though or it won't make as much sense

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mcdomo_69
Nov 06, 2010

Excellent book! I need to read the first one!

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Mar 30, 2015

oliviac13 thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

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Jan 29, 2012

Coconutx thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over

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