Continuing the series by Lisa McMann, Fade things get too complicated.
Tanto Janie como Cabel, asumen una responsabilidad conjunta que los lleva a más problemas en su relación, a mal entendidos e inclus separaciones.
Trabajar de encubierto no es algo fácil para esta pareja de adolescentes que ahora trabajan con la policía local, tratando de resolver un crimen.
For Janie and Cabel, real life is getting tougher than the dreams. They’re just trying to carve out a little (secret) time together, but no such luck. Disturbing things are happening at Fieldridge High, yet nobody’s talking. When Janie taps into a classmate’s violent nightmares, the case finally breaks open–but nothing goes as planned. Not even close. Janie’s in way over her head, and Cabe’s shocking behavior has grave consequences for them both.
Worse yet, Janie learns the truth about herself and her ability. And it’s bleak. Seriously, brutally bleak. Not only is her fate as a Dream Catcher sealed, but what’s to come is way darker than she’d even feared…
The character I appreciate a lot in this volume was the Captain Fran Komisky, appearing ever so hard and tough but has a heart of gen, when it comes to their two best undercover agents.
Cabel’s unconditional love for Janie is more palpable and tested in Fade, but now is Janie who does not want to take the next step in their relationship.
I guess they both think, that are so broken and wounded by life, that are unworthy of each other, which is the most problematic thing in Fade. Several things about the future in the relationship between Janie and Cabel are set in this volume, and also striking new knowledge comes to Janie.
You get to hooked by the story, that only remains is to continue with Gone.