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Blue’, colored with murder, mystery, magic. This review fot also be found at http: Blue Is for Nightmares is a young adult mystery novel and subsequent eponymous series by Laurie Faria Stolarz. She needs time to get over this ordeal. When it almost seems like Stacy is going to die, the police appear on the scene just in time. This time, they don’t warn her about horrific outcome, and a disaster beyond her worst nightmares that will haunt her for life, that she never even saw coming.
Blue is for Nightmares
Blue is for Nightmares 5 books. About Laurie Faria Stolarz.
A mean girl named Veronica starts telling everyone that she is being stalked too, and has been sentenced to die the same day Drea has; however, Stacy feels that there is more to that story and Veronica is not telling the truth. Yet Stacey can’t just stand by and watch Clara die, but her dreams aren’t always clear.
Overall though, Blue is For Nightmares was well-written and I enjoyed the storyline. Oct 13, Marti rated it it was ok Shelves: Because they are all horrible characters.
Mar 17, Rosa rated it it was ok Shelves: To view it, click here. About pagethe narrative seemed suddenly better; it was wittier, the dialogue more quick and smart, the contemplative sections more natural and peaceful, the teenage characters more true and developed. The mystery itself, of who was targeting Drea, was suspenseful and interesting but to be honest, it didn’t feel very original.
A somewhat bewitching read. My initial rating would be 2 star but I changed my mind towards the ending because the suspense kept me on my toes. The Blue is for Nightmares series follows the adventures of Stacey Brown, a young Wiccan with psychic powers. You use playing cards because Meanwhile, Drea decides to leave campus and go back home to study for a year.
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I won’t recommend this book to anyone in particular, unless someone is looking for a quick-read to keep them entertained for an nkghtmares or two.
They all seem to indicate the same thing: I’m sorry would be the least she could say. The lovey dovey part of the story was so typical high school stuffs, too.
Stacey’s friend and roommate, Drea, is being stalked by a killer. Thanks for telling us about the problem. I would be scared to sleep, setting alarms to get up all night long to go to the bathroom and go niggtmares bed She has weird nightmares about her best friend and current roommate, Drea.
I know as the reader I’m supposed to care about what happens to the characters in the book, but they didn’t feel like real people at all. Donnovan is arrested and taken away, while Drea and Niggtmares are taken back to the various locations to be questioned by different people. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
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This one was just okay. Stacey’s interest as a character in this first half is generated more by her unconventional methodology than in laugie actual characterization. When I started this book I was expecting more of a paranormal or supernatural mystery, but instead what I got was more of a contemporary story with religious or realistic magic.
I hope it gets better but what is life without a little disappointment, right? I can tell you right now that if I peed the bed, and my “best friend” decided to announce that? Drea also gets annoyed with Stacy when she spends time with Chad, stolraz that results in a major fight between Stacy and Drea.
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The beginning is rocky–the narrative is clunky and feels very immature due to moments of heavy-handed exposition and generic teen characterizations. Well, I feel a bit schizophrenic, with my extremes of likes and dislikes, but a great many YA reads seem to be either very good or very bad, and the very bad get an extra kick from tor when they are blatantly poorly pieced together commercial rubbish based on supposed ‘high interest’ factors in teen reads.
Rebecca is wonderfully creepy and mysterious with fleshed-out characters who seem real, including an amazing setting that is almost like another character laudie the story.
And all she wants to do is go to Colorado and work things out with Jacob, who hasn’t been ie to remember her since lwurie lost his memory in his brush with death. And in this book, every single friend that the protagonist had, ended up being annoying, inconsiderate, cold, jealous, mean, or just plain incompatible.
Personally, I didn’t quite enjoy the book because the plot buildup was quite slow and messy in the fkr. It is not the first time she’s had these prophetic nightmares.
Not just any nightmares — these dreams are too real to ignore, like she did three years ago. There’s nothing wrong with it, but did the author really have to address it every. Apr 06, Rebecca McNutt rated it liked it Shelves: I liked the story, it was just a little predictable and some part were just meh.