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.
Despite a great first episode and climax, this Big Finish audio adventure fails to really take off.
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.