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Zero Fade (2013)

by Chris L. Terry(Favorite Author)
4.16 of 5 Votes: 4
0988480433 (ISBN13: 9780988480438)
Curbside Splendor Publishing Inc.
review 1: Laughed out loud reading this at school only to have to tell inquiring students they'd have to read it themselves. Could not always quote the more "savory" word choices! Dialouge that moves like a current, once you are in you are in until the end. Kevin is just a kick-ass character. Since it takes place in Virginia up the road from us and it looks like Terry lived in Virginia at some point, we are claiming him as our own here at Jamestown.
review 2: Kevin is in middle school back in the 1990’s trying to look good (especially after getting a jacked up haircut), get a lady, avoid bullies and just get through each day the inner city of Richmond, Virginia. His mom works, goes to school and keeps their family running and his older sister Laura is in high scho
... moreol now and she seems to be getting into some shady things. Kevin’s Uncle Paul used to be like a father figure to him, but now he’s just come out to Kevin. Kevin isn’t sure what to think, especially since Kevin and his classmate throw out gay and faggot out as insults on a daily basis. Zero Fade is a funny read with all of Kevin antics, but at the same time Kevin is dealing with a lot of issues that many teens can relate to from friendship and family issues to how to deal with rejection. Definitely worth checking out especially if you’re a fan of realistic fiction (with some laughs). less
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