An Eye for an Eye (Noughts & Crosses, #1.5)
Royal National Institute of the Blind
Family Relationship; Racial Diversity; Family member death; Race discrimination; deceased brother; racism
This is a novella in the Noughts & Crosses series, written especially for World Book Day. In a world where the two classes are divided by colour and never treated as equals; Sephy, a Cross and daughter of a top politician, is six months pregnant. The child's father, Callum, is a Nought, but worse, he is dead and Callum's brother is out for revenge. Can two wrongs make a right?
girl and boy
Black / White
terrorism, social control
Blackman, Malorie, "An Eye for an Eye (Noughts & Crosses, #1.5)" (2008). DIVerse Families. 473.