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Literature: Fade
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Fade is a novel written by Franco-American horror novelist Robert Cormier. It tells the story of Paul Moreaux, a teenager in 1938 who has recently discovered he has the power to turn invisible at will, a power he calls "The Fade". Despite the cautions of his uncle Adélard, also a Fader, Paul puts his power to use eavesdropping. This power ends up bringing more trouble than he bargained for, as he witnesses horrible truth after horrible truth.


This book provides examples of:


WeaveworldWorld Fantasy AwardThe Silence of the Lambs
The ExorcistHorror LiteratureFalse Memory
A Fable of TonightLiterature of the 1980sThe Fairy Rebel
The Eyes of Kid MidasYoung Adult LiteratureThe Fae of Calaveras County

alternative title(s): Fade 1988 Novel
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