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Fade Out by Rachel Caine
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Sep 28, 2010

did not like it
bookshelves: fiction, young-adult

Fade Out, the seventh book in the Morganville Vampires series, is about what's been happening in the city after Carpe Corpus finshed. They've defeated Bishop, they've changed the rules so that humans are more comfortable living with their undead neighbors, and things seem to be back to normal. Claire is no longer a slave to Bishop, and is going to school and living with her parents while still going over to the Glass House whenever she can to see her friends and boyfriend, Shane. Eve has been cast in the town production of Streetcar Named Desire with, coincidentally, Shane's ex-girlfriend Kim. Kim turns out to be crazy and making a documentary of Morganville so she can sell it and make big bucks. The gang has to save the town from Kim and Ada, who has lost it.

This is the worst book in the series. Really, the storyline is done. It ended after Bishop got burnt up. There's really nothing else Caine can do here. She's just stringing it out now. I mean, a crazy computer that's made out of a person who's really a vampire and projects a ghost that's not really a ghost but a pixelated image but it can touch people sometimes and creates magic portals. Seriously, does no one else think that's absurd? The dialogue is tired, the plot is based completely on melodrama, and this series just needs to be put to sleep.
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Michele Thanks for explaining what I to am feeling about this book.

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