: 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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One laurke Stacey is her b Stacey’s friend and roommate, Drea, is being stalked by a killer. Because, even though a whole bunch of things annoyed me, I still wanted to keep reding to see how it ended. Something light and not complicated and silly.
From my blog, The Writer Diaries. May 15, Jackie rated it really liked it. She has weird nightmares about her best friend and current roommate, Drea.
Blue is for Nightmares by Laurie Faria Stolarz
A somewhat bewitching read. I wouldn’t want anything to do with her with how she treats people.
It seems unbelievable that only one student at this wealthy prep school has a cell phone, so I’m going to guess it was 90s. To make things even worse, Drea is getting calls from a mysterious guy, and she refuses to tell Stacy who he is. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Season Two Episode Three. This book is at least not a knock off of the Twilight series, I guess its got that going for it, but then again there’s a lot of rubbish that Twilight can’t take the blame for out there.
It took me a while to understand if Stacey, the MC, was having a nightmare or was it like really happening in real life. At first she trusts him, but the she questions why he is even here in the first place.
Really bad, and not just because the main character compulsively wets the bed. It was explained in the book, but the author doing it over and over again for a total of 9 million times in the book is overdone.
Jul 27, Courtney rated it it was ok. And, cue drama, that nithtmares nothing to the main plot line. Stacey’s nightmares are back.
There was no depth to any of them. Also everyone is catty and bitchy, it seems as though no one is nice to each other, even best friends.
Reading Eagle, Jan 4,p To be honest, while the first half of the book was boring for me, I enjoyed this depiction quite a bit, because it made me rethink my definition of witchcraft. This time they’re about Drea, her best friend who’s become the target of one seriously psycho njghtmares.
In this book, I couldn’t have cared less about Stacey’s ls for Chad. I really liked this aspect of the story.
Stacey wants to have a normal high school experience, but all that is hindered when she starts having terrifying nightmares about the death of her best friend and roommate, Drea.
With friends like these, her enemies in the book don’t seem so bad anymore! Sequel to ‘Blue’ is just as compelling. I felt as though I was watching a teen slasher movie filled with idiot kids just lining up to be knifed. Not just any nightmares — these dreams are too real to ignore, like she did three years ago. Oct 12, Wren [t he y] rated it really liked it Shelves: Drea doesn’t take Stacy’s warning seriously.
However, despite this, Drea continues to talk to the mysterious guy on the phone, and she admits to Stacy and Amber that she has no idea who he is. However, Donnovan got upset with Veronica and decided that he had to do something about her. Blue Is for Nightmares is a young adult mystery novel and subsequent eponymous series by Laurie Faria Stolarz.
Blue Is for Nightmares
I will be looking for her books in the future, however, I won’t be absolutely rushing to get the sequels. I know if I went back and reread them now I don’t think I could even finish the first one. This was just as disappointing as Nightmwres and we don’t need to go there.