Noble Conflict by Malorie Blackman – Book Review

Noble Conflict cover

In a dystopian world, years after a violent war, young Kaspar is a Guardian – a team of highly trained peacekeepers tasked with driving out the terrorist group that threatens the safety of the city. He never questions the cause he is fighting for – after all, he’s fighting the bad guys, isn’t he? After meeting a member of the rebel forces, he begins to uncover the truth about what each side is trying to achieve…

Noble Conflict is the fifth book by Malorie Blackman that I have read, and, I must say, it is one of my favourites. Once again, Blackman has tackled moral issues, this time surrounding trust, finding your true identity and deciding what is right from wrong. While these are important focuses throughout the novel, I would have liked more description of the visual aspects of the city, and to know a little more about the society which has developed since the time of the war. However, these themes can be easily applied to our modern times, and like many young adult books out there, it can help us consider these issues in our life and our society and how we can best deal with them.

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