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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 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 more 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.


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Genre: Children's Books / Juvenile Fiction / Dystopian

On Sale: May 27th 2014

Price: $9.95

Page Count: 288

ISBN-13: 9780762449507

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Praise

“Anyone who has been swept away by a song will relate to this book. Those who appreciated Coda's complexity will be rewarded with this finale that grapples with major questions about the fallout of war, the nature of family, and the power of music.”—VOYA

“In a breathy first-person narrative, Alpha gives voice to her inner struggles as she bravely reignites her brother's cause and fights for real freedom.”—Booklist