Chorus

Chorus The dream is all white from a memory that is too real and its melody has continued to haunt Alpha even though she has moved as far away from temptation as possible Eight years after she was exposed

  • Title: Chorus
  • Author: Emma Trevayne
  • ISBN: 9780762449507
  • Page: 124
  • Format: Paperback
  • The dream is all white from a memory that is too real, and its melody has continued to haunt Alpha, even though she has moved as far away from temptation as possible Eight years after she was exposed to her first and only addictive musical track from the Corp, Alpha has established a new life with a band of her own in a city that has given her the space she was seeking, LThe dream is all white from a memory that is too real, and its melody has continued to haunt Alpha, even though she has moved as far away from temptation as possible Eight years after she was exposed to her first and only addictive musical track from the Corp, Alpha has established a new life with a band of her own in a city that has given her the space she was seeking, Los Angeles.However, it only takes one urgent call to bring Alpha back home to Anthem, the older brother who raised her as well as a revolution, and Omega, her twin brother whose contrasting personality makes her feel whole As Alpha spends time in the Web, she notices that the number of people who look sickly and addicted seems to be rising With Anthem s health declining, Alpha and her friends will have to dig deeper into the mainframe than ever before in order to find the root of the Corp s re emergence.Emma Trevayne s sequel to Coda concludes the series with a crescendo of unexpected twists, hard earned triumphs, and agonizing decisions all coming together as a symphony of pure emotion.

    Chorus Definition of Chorus by Merriam Webster Chorus definition is a company of singers and dancers in Athenian drama participating in or commenting on the action also a similar company in later plays How to use chorus in a sentence. chorus Between brackets is the effective length, which is the duration between the first and the last note This duration is the one used in the NPS calculation. Chorus definition of chorus by The Free Dictionary chorus kr s n pl choruses a A group of singers who perform together, usually singing multi part compositions with than one singer for each part b A group of vocalists and dancers who support the soloists and leading performers in operas, musical comedies, and revues a A musical composition usually in four or parts Chorus Definition of Chorus at Dictionary s, from Latin chorus a dance in a circle, the persons singing and dancing, the chorus of a tragedy, from Greek khoros band of dancers or singers, dance, dancing ground, perhaps from PIE gher to grasp, enclose, if the original sense of the Greek word is enclosed dancing floor Extension from dance to voice is because Attic drama arose from tales inserted in the intervals of the dance. Home CHORUS About Chorus CHORUS is a simple, affordable, community developed solution for monitoring open access to content and datasets reporting on funded research. Chorus theatre Britannica Chorus Chorus, in drama and music, those who perform vocally in a group as opposed to those who perform singly The chorus in Classical Greek drama was a group of actors who described and commented upon the main action of a play with song, dance, and recitation Greek tragedy had its beginnings in choral chorus Definition of chorus in English by Oxford I could sing the first verse and the chorus of the song, I could remember her husband s name But much worse than this, lurking in the depths of my mind are all sorts of verses and choruses from show tunes and, in weak moments, I find myself singing them under my breath. CHORUS meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary chorus definition part of a song that is repeated several times, usually after each verse set of lines a piece of music written to be sung by a choir group of singers a group of people who are trained to sing together Learn . Chorus chorus Instagram photos and videos .m Followers, Following, Posts See Instagram photos and videos from Chorus chorus chorus Chorus is a curated music destination for those looking for something outside of the mainstream News, reviews, forums, articles, and commentary Founded by Jason Tate.

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      Science fiction and fantasy author of novels for kids and teens.



    731 thoughts on “Chorus

    • Sitting down with this book, I knew I was in for some unpredictability. The first book managed to keep me guessing, so I knew Emma wouldn’t disappoint. She didn’t. There is a point, the crossover between one chapter and the next where I honestly had to put the book down, walk away, and reevaluate my life. It was that soul shattering.This book will make you feel things. Not all of them pretty.I will admit, I was heavily invested in this sequel. Coda was one of my favorite books that came out [...]


    • Don't get me wrong, a 3 star book is still a book worth reading. It is just, that when you so loved the first book, anything next is going to be hard to make shine.This book picks up the story of The Web 8 years after Anthem brought about its collapse. This time it is his sister, Alpha, who drives the story, and she is interesting enough to carry the narrative. Especially because it is based around the flashbacks she has regularly, to when she, and her twin Omega, were forced to track much young [...]


    • The Story- It has been eight years since Anthem defeated the Corp and stopped them from enslaving the population with musical tracks. It has been eight years in which his younger twin siblings, Alpha and Omega, have struggled with the violent musical track that was forced upon them. Now, Alpha is living in Los Angeles, trying to forget about her urge to track and working on finding a cure for her addiction.When word arrives that Anthem is on his death bed, she heads back to the Vortex, with her [...]


    • I was a huge fan of the first book, CODA, and delighted to find out that CHORUS would be an indirect sequel. While CHORUS is solidly Alpha's story, whereas CODA was Anthem's story, the world of the Web and the Corps, where music can kill, save, rejuvenate, control, and free people was familiar. Alpha has been away for eight years when CHORUS begins and she only returns because Anthem's health is failing, a result of the events in CODA. Since the revolution her brother orchestrated, Alpha's suffe [...]


    • Alpha has been away from the Web for eight years, but the time and the distance have not made the headaches and crippling flashbacks disappear. Determined to find a cure for the damage done to her and to her twin brother, Alpha struggles with avoiding temptation and finding answers. When Alpha receives news that her older brother Anthem is dying, she is pulled back to the Wed, a place she has worked hard to escape. With Anthem on his deathbed and the reemergence of the Corp, Alpha and her friend [...]


    • I loved te conclusion to this story. As I said in the review for the first book, I love the world this author created, I love how original the story and plot is; as a music lover I love that music plays such a prominent role in the story, I love the characters and my heart breaks for many of them. At times I was confused and it probably has to do more with me than with the way to story is written. I have too many characters in my head and when I have to wait some time for the next book or the co [...]


    • This series had a cool concept of music as a drug used to control society. I wish it were age appropriate for my dystopian lit class, but they're only in middle school. This sequel wasn't nearly as compelling as the first one, though.




    • annasalvatoresbuchblogspo- German review -Band 1 war ein echtes Highlight für mich, daher habe ich schon länger dem 2. Band, der 8 Jahre später spielt, entgegen gefiebertVER/GESTALTUNGWow!!! Die Cover sind echte Hingucker und gehören mit zu meinen Lieblingscovern im Regal. Die Buchrücken sind genau so 'spacig' wie die CoverINUNGWer meine Rezension zu Band 1 gelesen hat, weiß, dass ich vollkommen begeistert von der Dystopie war! Musik als Droge, eine verrückte Gesellschaft, Musik und eine [...]


    • The dream is all white from a memory that is too real, and its melody has continued to haunt Alpha, even though she has moved as far away from temptation as possible. Eight years after she was exposed to her first and only addictive musical track from the Corp, Alpha has established a new life with a band of her own in a city that has given her the space she was seeking, Los Angeles. However, it only takes one urgent call to bring Alpha back home to Anthem, the older brother who raised her as we [...]


    • This seriesI dunno. It's got a cool twist on the dystopian genre as its premise, one that's actually had its own secret influence on my own writing with the concept of addictive music tracks. (Although my books, rather than try and emulate the idea of big business attempting to force musical drivel on the world for mind control - "Everything Is Awesome!"-style - simply make musical addiction a mental condition.) Unfortunately, I just can't get into these books like the premise demands, mostly be [...]


    • No one else has gotten me, much like Trevayne's words/characters/story has. I am always enthralled by her world that she created. Having a second book in the same world isn't always an easy task, but Trevayne has managed to reinvent the story of this digital world. It was easy to slip back into the world, "plugging in" and getting lost in the imagery and visual symphony of Trevayne's words. Chorus lives a life in the after. After Anthem's revolution, after the majority unplugged, and after the s [...]


    • I was both excited and scared when I heard that Coda had a sequel. Coda was one of my favorite books of the year, so I wanted to go back to its world, but it was also a book that ended satisfactorily, so I was worried. When I saw it was following Alpha instead of Anthem, my worries abated a bit, and changing the POV character was the right choice. I feel even more solidly that my time in this world is finished while my understanding of it was added to.The thing that keeps this from being a five- [...]


    • Gorgeous writing and a cast of unforgettable characters made this novel an immensely satisfying read. Alpha is am extraordinary heroine with an indomitable spirit, a delightfully dry sense of humor, and an electrifying voice. Trevayne pulls no punches in this sequel to her equally stunning Coda--and I'm glad for it. The result is a breathless, wrenching, vivid story of a group of friends who will stop at nothing to do what's right--no matter the devastating cost. Bravo!


    • Concluding volume in the Coda/Chorus book pair. Alpha, one of Ant's twin siblings is the main characters as a lot of loose ends are tied up. I will admit--and it may be that I wasn't reading close enough--that a lot of it went over my head. still for your YA dystopian reader, especially those "in' to music, it is an exciting read.


    • Graded By: Mandy C.Cover Story: Matrix 2.0BFF Charm: Heck YesSwoonworthy Scale: 3Talky Talk: Next LevelBonus Factor: Scene KidsRelationship Status: It Was Good Catching UpRead the full book report here.


    • I'd swear I've read this before, perhaps in two or three other books. What kept me reading was the idea of once you've escaped from the web/matrix/whatever, going back because of family. Not only going back, but bringing friends with you. But beyond that? YawnC provided by publisher.


    • Plot: 3 stars Characters: 3 1/2 stars Style: 4 stars Pace: 3 stars I was underwhelmed. In concept, this is a great way to follow through, in reality, I found Alpha really annoying and too passive, and the plot thin.




    • It hurts me to DNF this, but I just could not get into this. I tried, I really did. I'm sorry, but I just have to part ways with this book.


    • I'm too stunned to write a real review. I loved this book, loved the warm fuzzy feelings & the heartclenches, loved being with these characters again.



    • Didn't like this as much as the first in the series, maybe it just didn't have the wow factor of the original concept.



    • Maybe my reaction was based on the fact that I didn't read the first book, but at first, I had no idea what was going on, then I loved it, but by the end, I thought it was awfully redundant.


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