Reviews

  • Crossfire is searing, political and furious. Malorie's world building is sublime and the way the Noughts & Crosses series holds a mirror up to society is unrivalled

    Juno Dawson, author of Clean and Meat Market
  • Rich in moral and social issues, it is devastating about racial attitudes

    The Sunday Times, Children's Book of the Week
  • [Malorie Blackman] is a supremely suspenseful writer . . . [a] nail-biting drama

    Daily Telegraph
  • Blackman is great at explosive love-hate relationships . . . [and] also has a talent for producing relatable characters, gutsy dialogue and page-turning action. Crossfire is a cracking story that fans of the series will love.

    Guardian
  • The fast-paced drama will resonate with internet-era teens - and there's more to come

    Daily Mail
  • It chillingly echoes the tempestuous taste of the world today while offering the intensity of a thriller

    i newspaper
  • Once again, in her latest book Crossfire, Blackman captures the uncomfortably familiar zeitgeist

    Stylist.co.uk
  • Ingeniously flips the race issue . . . it's a brilliant inversion, with myriad tiny details that constantly illuminate the grinding effect of blind prejudice

    Financial Times
  • This tense tale is about love, friendship, sex, power and corruption . . . Rich in moral and social issues

    Sunday Times Ireland
  • If you are a fan of YA novels, and grew up reading Malorie Blackman, her new book Crossfire is sure to incite some nostalgia

    Bustle.com