Darwin’s Children

Posted by barb on May 24, 2005 in Books |

by Greg Bear

I wasn’t going to pick this book up, since I wasn’t very happy with the last part of Darwin’s Radio; however, I found it on the free book-exchange shelf at work, and figured the price was right.

I’m glad I did pick this up. The book picks up 15 years after the Sheva virus first struck. Kaye, Mitch, and Stella (their “virus daughter”) are still on the run. Most of the “virus children” are in special schools (most of which were formerly prisons), and they are approaching puberty, which is making a lot of ignorant politicians nervous.

The book is pretty good — certainly better than the last quarter of Darwin’s Radio, and almost to par with first three-quarters.


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