Genre: Crime, FantasyPublishing Info: Gollancz (2011)Pages: 373 Back Cover Summary: It was clear to DC Grant that it was no heart attack that killed jazz
Reviewing Andrew Michael Hurley’s follow up to his critically acclaimed The Loney.
This book takes inspiration from Arabian mythology to create a world different from most YA books.
No matter whether you enjoyed reading this or it made you feel very uncomfortable, you can’t deny that Noughts and Crosses is a very important book in contemporary literature.
A strong protagonist and a thrilling finale prevents this book from being as lifeless as a scarecrow.
Do You Dream of Terra-Two? manages to add a new layer to the science-fiction genre.