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It is 20 years in 2021 since Malorie Blackman's groundbreaking series began with Noughts & Crosses, which charted the deeply forbidden romance between Sephy (a Cross) and Callum (a nought) - a love affair which had repercussions for their families for generations.

Endgame, the breathtaking conclusion to the series, influenced by the unprecedented global events of recent years, is full of twists and turns and emotions, with its incredible characters reaching a dramatic conclusions to their stories.

©2021 Malorie Blackman (P)2021 Penguin Audio

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Excellent story, brought to life beautifully

Loved the final installment of the series, which yet again draws parallels with the real world with artfulness and nuance.
Great performances all round, although not necessarily consistent with the previous audio book characterisations.

My only criticism is that Meggie was given a Caribbean accent (must probably because she's first encountered after having cooked plantain and fishcakes, so an assumption was made), despite the fact that she is a naught and this is critical to her character.

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love... but...

So ... there's going to be another book. We have to know how Calli will save Toby.

My only... qualm is when Troy was speaking and quoting nana Meggie, he had a Jamaican/ Caribbean accent. which confused me since she was a nought (white) and that accent had never been put on her throughout the series until then...

not saying you can't be white and have that accent, more like it seemed out of character given her history