Noble Conflict by Malorie Blackman
Review by Little M
Kaspar Wilding is the main character in Noble Conflict. He is a Guardian and his job is to protect the citizens from the Insurgents. The Insurgents are a group of terrorists who want to take over the city but the Guardians are there to stop them. When his best friend is killed in a car crash Kaspar meets a girl who saves his life. This girl keeps coming and going but he knows she is bad. She is a terrorist among the Insurgents. As Kaspar finds out who this mysterious girl really is he also finds out what actually happened to his mum and who the rebels are and what they want.
This was a good read and a brilliant dystopian. Every page made me want to read more. I loved the action and mysteries to it and I would love another one to come out. It is definitely one of Malorie Blackman’s best novels. It is completely different to Noughts and Crosses.
Dystopian fans will love it and I think secondary school kids would like it more than primary school kids because the main character is nineteen and the plot is about an older teen’s life.
Publication details: 6 June 2013, Doubleday, London, hardcoverThis copy: uncorrected proof received for review from the publisher