by Chris L. Terry Author
Chris Terry's young adult novel Zero Fade chronicles eight days in the life of inner-city Richmond, Virginia teen Kevin Phifer in the mid-1990s. Kevin deals with wack haircuts, bullies, last year's fly gear, his uncle Paul coming out as gay, and being grounded. Set in the mid-nineties, it's a rad read for anyone 13 and older, yes including adults, especially if you're looking for a trip back in time and/or place. Author Chris Terry is a punk rocker who writes about how it really was/is without an ounce of preachiness. Also, it's a really nice size, a small brick of a book that fits in your coat pocket for reading in spurts during your busy day. Yes, please, more books like this.
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