Darwin, Singer

Darwin, Singer

Nadria Tucker / Jul 08, 2020
Darwin Singer Darwin is a singer and music is illegal real music anyway The state backed Wagner Initiative prohibits the practice of all non educational forms of art Darwin has worked for these jerks her whole li
  • Title: Darwin, Singer
  • Author: Nadria Tucker
  • ISBN: 9780984901319
  • Page: 197
  • Format: Paperback
  • Darwin is a singer, and music is illegal real music, anyway The state backed Wagner Initiative prohibits the practice of all non educational forms of art Darwin has worked for these jerks her whole life, singing about crosswalk safety and body odor, living with the WI s strict code of morality no art for art s sake, no flashy clothes, and no massive rainbow colored socDarwin is a singer, and music is illegal real music, anyway The state backed Wagner Initiative prohibits the practice of all non educational forms of art Darwin has worked for these jerks her whole life, singing about crosswalk safety and body odor, living with the WI s strict code of morality no art for art s sake, no flashy clothes, and no massive rainbow colored sock collections like the one hidden in Darwin s closet When she finds out the WI may have had a hand in her father s death, Darwin starts asking questions She explores the Private Library s dusty basement archives She discovers rock and roll She meets Brax, a handsome if you like the rebellious type double agent whose recurring disappearances give no clue whether his loyalty lies with the state or the resistance Brax gives Darwin a media drive filled with illegal music no bigger than a stick of gum, it s the most dangerous thing Darwin s ever touched And once she presses play, she refuses to stop listening Darwin flees Washington DC s gray skyrises for the underground, a network of basements, artists, and rebels prepared to fight violently if necessary for the freedom to sing, dance, write, juggle, or do whatever else lies in their hearts.
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    About "Nadria Tucker"

      • Nadria Tucker

        Nadria Tucker was born in At, Alabama and grew up living the small town Southern life, which had a great influence on her work She received an English degree from Auburn University before getting her master s in creative writing at UAB Her work has appeared in several literary magazines including Fiction 365, New Southerner and THE2NDHAND Her latest novel is Darwin, Singer, a dystopian young adult tale Darwin is a singer, and music is illegal.


    640 Comments

    1. This was a very unassuming yet beautifully written book I have to admit that I almost gave up on it and that I almost marked it as did not finish because it started so painfully slow I gave it a chance and continued reading though, and I am so glad that I did The slowness of the pace was easily forgiven, because as I continued reading, the pace built up slowly yet surely and continued on to turn into something so brilliant, I can t even explain it with words Darwin s world was so vivid and was w [...]


    2. Darwin, Singer is a dystopian novel set in a very real possible future, where all art forms are regulated by the Wagner Initiative Under the WI, all art that is not educational in value is banned Darwin is a singer She sings jingles about proper hygiene and crosswalk safety for the WI Then she meets Brax and he gives her a media drive filled with illegal music She is hooked, and her life will never be the same.I really like this story It presents a very plausible future where obscenity laws and [...]


    3. This is a complex dystopian story following a group of characters from integration through a questioning period, into rebellion and revolution The plot is interesting, but it seems to have scope than it can fit into its length I liked it, but I think perhaps it had too many details like the story was trying to cram in a long record of logical facts rather than focusing on what details would bring out the theme of the story.


    4. If you like Hunger Games and Fahrenheit 451 then you will like this book It kept my attention all the way through and I found it interesting how and what was banned.




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