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We don't want to disappear We want to be found Something terrible happened in her basement Haley can feel it Four girls went missing several years ago and the police never solved the case But Haley know the missing girls were murdered How else can she explain the hostile presence in her house? The ghostly girls need something from her And unless Haley can figure out what they wantshe might be next

10 thoughts on “The Fade

  1. says:

    The Fade by Demitria Lunetta is a young adult mystery mixed with paranormal fantasy The main character in the story is only fifteen and may even feel a tad younger so this one is a good creepy ghost story that fits the younger crowd although there is some violenceHaley and her family have moved into a new home in a new town leaving behind their lives in Chicago While exploring the home Haley and her sister find things left behind from the previous owners and shortly after strange things begin happening in the homeAs Haley gets out and meets a few of the kids in her new town she begins hearing the stories of what happened there before they moved in Four of the local girls in the area had disappeared without a trace with there still being no answers to finding any of them and it’s then that Haley realizes she is sharing her home with their ghostsI personally thought The Fade was a wonderfully creepy tale and perfect to read this time of year As I mentioned it does have a younger feel to it then a lot of young adult but a bit too graphic really for middle grade The story had plenty of twists to it but probably could have been a bit longer as the end felt a tad rushed but overall I enjoyed this one and would recommend checking it outI received an advance copy from the publisher via NetGalleyFor reviews please visit

  2. says:

    Girl and her family moves into a spooky new house Strange things start to happen I was on board and in the mood for something spooky and suspenseful but this book just never grabbed me in the way that you hope a scary book will I read at least a third and the premise as far as I could tell was that the main character had died briefly and then been resuscitated and after that could sensesee dead people andor communicate with them Then I'm guessing based on what I read synopsis she is the only one who can find four missing girls Who are I guess dead? There could be to it than that I was feeling the potential for some sort of Shyamalan esue twist coming I usually love stuff like that but just wasn't feeling this bookidk for me this was missing something Maybe it gets better later on??Read of my reviews on JenRylandcom Check out my Bookstagram Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube get the lowdown on current books in 10 30 seconds Thanks to the publisher for providing an advance copy for review

  3. says:

    So let's meet Haley she has a sixth sense and feels a prescence in her basement about 4 girls that went missing Haley know that somehow these girls were murdered and needs to help solve the crime that the police never couldOn one hand this had a spooky and creepy feel to it but it took so long to actually get to the good stuff It was overly slow until maybe the last 30 percent of the book which took off like lightning It was a uick read but was missing the oomph to the core The entire idea behind The Fade was a tad bit cliche in my opinion and the ending just felt extremely flat and rushed in my opinion It was like we were getting nowhere and than all of a sudden everything was jumbled together of finding out what happened to the girls Haley and the back story behind Coop I flew through this story but the plot seemed forced to me if that makes sense? I think the author was trying too hard and nothing was coming together nicely for her The author had multiple twists but again those twists were disappointing upon the ending of the book3 stars on this one for meThank you to Netgalley and Random House Children's Publishing for the opportunity to read this in exchange for my honest thoughtsPub date 121118Published to GR 101518

  4. says:

    SHE HELPED HER motherIt gives us hopeWe want to leaveWe want out tunnels of lightWe want our passage to beyondNo matter what it holdsAnything is better than this half life

  5. says:

    The full review can be found at The Book Bratz This review is going to be styled a little differently then other reviews I have written for the pure fact that I don't have much to say about this book The idea behind The Fade was interesting but also cliche It is slow until about the 50% mark The story behind the missing girls was interesting and it gets you invested in the storyOne moments Haley is alive and the next she is dead I feel like it was very abrupt and didn't fit into where the story was at The romance wasn't rushed but I didn't seem based on much I wish there was development The last several chapters of the book moved super uickly and was where the story picked up We suddenly learn who the murderer is Haley's dismay at it being her sister's boyfriend and Coops sudden death After how Coop behaved through out the entirety of the novel and the fact that his actions caused Haley's death I think it was extremely stupid for her to save him from the darkness that awaited by letting him look over her family and her going into the light I hate being nit picky in books that I read but I am super crossed on how I feel about this book On one hand it was a uick read that did have a creepiness factor but that was about it I really hoped I was going to like this one since I have really enjoyed Lunetta's other YA titles

  6. says:

    If you want to be afraid to go to sleep If you want to be afraid during the day This is the novel for you Haley’s family moves to a run down house in Wisconsin and she immediately senses things are not right She meets her spooky little neighbor Chris his older brother Coop and a host of others as she tries to determine what happened in her house Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for allowing me this scare fest in exchange for my honest review Holy wow It’s great

  7. says:

    We don't want to disappearWe want to be found Something terrible happened in her basement Haley can feel itFour girls went missing several years ago and the police never solved the case But Haley knows the missing girls were murdered How else can she explain the hostile presence in her house? Since it's October I've been wanting to read something creepy The Fade is a stand alone ghost story that I thought would be perfect for reading around Halloween Unfortunately it wasn't as creepy as I would have liked The story is a slow burn and I would have liked happening earlier on in the book When the twist came I did find myself surprised by it to an extent but not completely because of the book description I don't want to spoil anything so I'm not going to say anything else about the plot If you want to be completely surprised about this book then I would avoid reading the full description as it compares this book to a couple of other stories that would be a dead giveaway no pun intended there I will say that after the twist I found myself going back and rereading part of the book with that new perspective in mind This is a short book so it didn't really take that long to read even with the back tracking I can't say I completely liked the way things turned out in this book especially the last revelation about a certain someone but it was good enough to give 3 stars Thanks to NetGalley and Delacorte Press for providing me with an ARC of this book Review also posted at Writings of a Reader

  8. says:

    This book follows Haley a girl who just moved in with her family in what seems like a haunted house From the beginning she feels there is something off about it and it's not just because she moved away from Chicago against her will Haley meets the local teenagers and she learns that four girls have been missing for a while now and nobody knows what happened to them The police and FBI stopped looking and now Haley has to live with ghosts that doesn't want to leave her alone This was a creepy tale and a uick read It was okay I didn't particularly care about the characters but I don't have anything bad to say about this book either Maybe ghosts stories are not my favorites to read However if you think this might be something you will enjoy go for it I received an advance copy from the publisher via Netgalley

  9. says:

    It takes a long time to get to the good in this book Up until that point it’s the basic Basic heroine Basic ghost story Basic boy BasicIf you can get past Basic Becky and the slow haunting you finally get to something that’s different It was a nice surprise and honestly moved this from 2 stars to 3ButI didn’t like the ending Not to spoil it I’ll just say that our heroine must be some kind of idiot to allow the ending to happen as it doesSo I didn’t love this one I did like the surprise but it was a long haul getting thereARC Provided via Net Galley

  10. says:

    Thank you NetGalley Demitria Lunetta and one of my favorite publishers Random House for the opportunity tor read this book in exchange for an honest reviewI really enjoyed this book for a number of reasons The writing style is simple and easy to readfollow and the story itself is rather simple as well While the beginning is pretty basic similar to a number of teen books with the whole new girl moves to town boy meets girl thing this book later deviates with an unexpected twist and I was blown away At first the twist was so sudden and really threw me off but I ended up really liking it as well as the ending There is a love hate relationship between myself as a reader and the last chapter or two of this bookSo what's the premise? Where are the ghosts the title of this review promises? Well when Haley her sister Shannon and their mom and dad move they end up on a street known to the town as the Bermuda Triangle because four girls went missing there Haley's family lives in one of the houses rud to be haunted and when she and her sister pilfer some jewelry left in the basement the ghosts seem to be reaching out; but only Haley can see them and the two neighbor boys of which their sister was one of the disappeared victims The bodies were never found so Coop's family the neighbor boy still had hope Haley's connection to the ghosts brings her to seek out help from two of her new friends The ghosts need to pass over and finding their killer just might be the key to helping them She's on the right track until a terrible accident happens But it might just be luck that this accident brings Haley even closer to being able to solve the mysterious disappearance of the four girls five years ago but she might not be able to help She can only do what she canThe cover is gorgeous and ever so slightly creepy I never noticed the hand sort of grabbingreaching out to the flower and it almost appears frozen I like how it has that faded look to it to match the title The title is obviously significant and a bit bland but relates to ghosts fading away before they can cross over to the lightThis is the first book I have read by Demitria Lunetta and I am definitely satisfied I looked up some of her other books and both Bad Blood and In The After look very enticing Some reviews I has seen so far are saying this might be too scary but I don't think so Some of the imagery especially at the end is very vivid and graphic painting a rather horrifying image but that just shows the author's prowess with the use of imagery I find this book haunting enough to be both creepy and scary but not too much so to well keep from having in my middle or high school classroom I highly recommend this book for 9 12th grade and a select few middle graders who might enjoy this genre as well as anyone who enjoys a mysterious ghost story