: Blue is for Nightmares (Stolarz Series) (): Laurie Faria Stolarz: Books. Book Cover: Blue is for Nightmares · Blue is for Nightmares · Book Cover: White is for Magic. White is for Magic · Book Cover: Silver is for Secrets · Silver is for. School Advice from the Blue is for Nightmares Characters by Laurie Stolarz Stacey, Amber, Drea, and PJ, four characters from the Blue is for Nightmares.
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Amber completely flips out, and advises her not to talk to him again. Laueie interest as a character in this first half is generated more by her unconventional methodology than in any actual characterization.
So, as he tells the bblue, he “accidentally” niyhtmares her. Aug 16, Erin Bittner added it. It is Stacey’s senior year; one year after she saved her room mate, and best friend, Drea, from an untimely death. This time Stacy plans on preventing the murder. From my blog, The Writer Diaries. The result was the death of a little girl named Maura. Why did I like these books back in my younger years?
With friends like these, her enemies in the book don’t seem so bad anymore! I found Amber, PJ, and Chad to be two-dimensional and somewhat forgettable.
Blue is for Nightmares Series – Laurie Stolarz
Using her intuition and her Wicca, Stacey might be able to do it. I thought Amber’s a bitch at first then I realised that Drea’s the bigger bitch.
To sum it up, this book was blah. I know your secret I read more about peeing than a plot.
Blue is for Nightmares Series
Stacey is a “woe is me” character, whose friends suck. Her works, which feature nighmtares protagonists, blend elements found in mystery and romance novels. Reading Eagle, Jan 4,p I didn’t like this book. That bothered me greatly. They seem to foreshadow Drea’s death. Red Is for Remembrance. I couldn’t go two pages without Stacy peeing all over herself. That said, there were lots of things that I just really didn’t like about this. The lovey dovey part of the story was so typical high school stuffs, too.
I’m sorry would be the least she could say. But Drea’s still kind of in love with him and therefore thwarts all the opportunities that Stacey and Chad have to talk. But to make boue girl characters constantly obsessed with getting a boyfriend, or talking lauriw boys all the time, when your story is not a love story is quite annoying and distract from the story.
She kept having the characters say and think things like, “It’s like some bad horror movie or something,” and “This isn’t a slasher movie, it’s a prep school,” and “Some senior boys are treating this like a cheesy horror njghtmares Something light and not complicated and silly. Feb 20, Arielle Walker rated it it was amazing Shelves: None of them were particularly great or even interesting.
Blue Is for Nightmares
And her torment, because he was her best friend’s ex, who she still thought she loved. Oct 13, Marti rated it it was ok Shelves: Suspicions first settle on a strange man in the garden who turns out to be the father of her arch enemy, Veronica, then her secret crush and Drea’s boyfriend Chad, then his roommate Donovan, then their friend P.
Oct 08, Eshusdaughter rated it it was ok Shelves: In this book, I couldn’t have cared less about Stacey’s feelings for Chad. Because they are all horrible characters. Stacy becomes really worried because she has had dreams like this in the past, and the last time she didn’t act upon them. Jan 21, Anna rated it it was ok. So yeah, 3 stars for the magic in this book. A young adult witchcraft book that tries too hard to be adult, in my opinion.
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The day Veronica dies, Drea hyperventilates and is taken to the hospital. Sequel to ‘Blue’ is just as compelling.