March: A Good Man

March: A Good Man

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Life is a steady but challenging routine of band practices, football games, and homework for the members of Darcy Higha€™s Mighty Eagle Marching Band until a disaster catalyzes drastic changes in how their monotonous world is viewed. Thomas, the marching banda€™s Head Drum Major, leads with stoical detachment while Michael, an avid percussionist, moonlights as the drummer in a Christian metal band and bassist in a rock cover group. Together they ride out their final year alongside their friends, the banda€™s resident anarchist, the poetic and overachieving Indian, one of the best mallet players in Texas, and a mysterious admirer who only communicates through text messages. The group, affectionately dubbed the Brain Trust, supports its members through struggles, successes, and heartbreaks and serves as a forum to discuss the ideas that every teenager wrestles with: love, morality, sex, family, God, college, art, and what it means to care about those you never agree with.a€œHowa#39;re you feeling? ... How can such a tiny cube of blue dust hide in a room of browns and decaying fruit matter? ... But wea#39;re terribly boring teenagers, so as soon as Michael showed up at the door, we went straight to the pool room. ... His eyes widened as I placed a four pack of Java Monster on the table, his favorite energy drink specially engineered to kill you slowly and keep you awake for the ride.

Title:March: A Good Man
Author:Jason Rossiter
Publisher:Lulu Press, Inc - 2015-08-14


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