LAURIE STOLARZ BLUE IS FOR NIGHTMARES PDF

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They were creepy and gross and often lied. I would definitly recommend this book and series to anyone.

I’m going to go listen to the last bit of Rebecca and add this book to my donate stack. Not that I expected anything a lie! She’s got a crush on her best friend’s boyfriend, and an even darker secret that threatens to ruin her friendships for good.

Amber and Drea were awful friends. Also everyone is catty and bitchy, it seems as though no one is nice to each other, even best friends.

Blue is for Nightmares by Laurie Faria Stolarz

When I started this book I was expecting more of a paranormal or supernatural mystery, but instead what I got was more sstolarz a contemporary story with religious or realistic magic. A parent would get angry. With friends like these, her enemies in the book don’t seem so bad anymore! Guess I’ll pick up the second book after all.

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Stacey is a junior at a boarding school, a witch, and has been having nightmares about one of her nightmaares friends. She even tells Stacy’s js that she wets her bed – we’ll address this little problem later – all because she walked in their dorm and found them sleeping.

Now, back at Hillcrest Boarding School, she’s having nightmares again and receiving strange letters with no name or return address. It starts off with phone iz between drea and this “unknown guy” she won’t mention, later there’s notes and mysterious packages, and later death threats.

Now I know why they wanted to give it away! This book was kind of typical, but I still really liked the paranormal fantasy element and the characters were well-written and easy to relate to.

But it was so full of cliches and something the writing made me cringe. While Stacy dreams of a ghost, Porsha dreams of a murder she’s convinced hasn’t happened yet.

Blue is for Nightmares

The characters were very flat and unpleasant. Drea and Stacy are convinced that the nightmages of lilies represent the number of days Drea has to live.

Also, if I were Stacey, I’d just walk away from this whole mess because hey I’m just trying to help why you gotta be so rude, you know? Meanwhile, Drea decides to leave campus and go back home to study for a year. Rebecca is wonderfully creepy stoarz mysterious with fleshed-out characters who seem real, including an amazing setting that is almost like another character in the story.

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Now where ofr I Published November 8th by Llewellyn Publications first published November 1st All of a sudden, Veronica is murdered, which forces the police to get involved. This time Stacy plans on preventing Drea’s death. Reading Eagle, Jan 4,p Did I mention that I was rooting for the killer to kill everyone? From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

Sep 14, Basyirah rated it liked it. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Something light and not complicated and silly.

Blue Is for Nightmares

Plus, I enjoyed the fact that I couldn’t guess the mystery and was kind of surprised by it. She’s stayed at the beachside cottage they shared for months with her friend Amber, refusing to rejoin the outside world. I didn’t like this book. But Drea’s still kind of in love with him and therefore thwarts all the opportunities that Stacey and Chad have to talk. Jan 07, Jacob rated it it was ok Shelves: The Free Lance-Star, Jan 22,p 7.