Peter Stewart is what many would call an absolute loser. Everyone makes fun of him. Soon, Peter meets Lily Portman, a girl with a secret: she sees creatures that no one else can see. Peter and Lily soon become friends at school. They hang out after school as well. Then, one day, Peter and Lily are driving and a stranger causes a mysterious accident that nearly kills everyone involved. The stranger caused the accident to bring Peter and Lily to a magical place. The magical place is Carlion, separate from Earth but still located on the planet. Lily learns that she isn't crazy, and Peter learns that he was meant to be in Carlion and defeat the Shadow Lord. Now, the fate of the world is in Peter and Lily's hands.
I'm going to start off by saying, I didn't really like Intangible in the beginning. Unfortunately, it was one of those books that starts off slow for the first few chapters. However, after about the first 4-5 chapters, I felt Intangible was absolutely flawless. When I closed my eyes, the setting and events where illustrated perfectly. The way Gray put the book together was just beautiful. The vocabulary was wonderful for young adult readers. In my opinion, the only flaw was the first chapters were slow. In conclusion, I would recommend this book to all readers.