Blue Is for Nightmares is a young adult mystery novel and subsequent eponymous series by Laurie Faria Stolarz. The first book in the series, Blue is for . : Blue is for Nightmares (Stolarz Series) (): Laurie Faria Stolarz: Books. Blue is for Nightmares [Laurie Faria Stolarz] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Blue is for Nightmares by Stolarz, Laurie Faria.
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They were recommended to me by an old friend who knew I bt spooky stories, and while I didn’t find them terribly memorable, I’ll admit that they’re fun for young-adult readers, especially those who are into romantic teen witch murder mysteries. This series overall is good! OK, Drea is Stacey’s room mate and perhaps they had no choice in the share, but Stacey has no other friends in hlue story, except boys who have been other of her friends’ love interest.
Blue Is for Nightmares
So for 13 year old me these books were ok. The story immediately winds up, fast paced, with Amazon rates this book for Gradeswhich I think is stolatz accurate.
There’s no blie, there no big POOF moments, but there is evidence in Stacey’s story of her having the strength that she seeks through her spells–the insight and the loyalty and the doggedness that helps her to develop as person. Together they decode their dark and disturbing dreams to save someone’s life, which may result in the ending, if not both, of their own.
The twists and turns always kept me guessing. Now where was I She has to use her grandmother’s Wiccan spells, some of them for the first time in her life.
Blue is for Nightmares Series
The story takes place at a boarding school, which we are given absolutely no information on. If only it went on forever. This section contains words approx. I learned a lot about Wicca from this series. Blue is for Nightmares 1.
This study guide contains the following sections: Follow Us on Facebook. Her works, stoparz feature teenage protagonists, blend elements found in mystery and romance novels. So that was fun Two thin I think I give it 2. Blue is for Nightmares First edition cover of first novel. To make things even worse, Drea is getting calls from a mysterious guy, and she refuses to tell Stacy who he is.
She realizes she made a mistake, but it is too late. The ending was quite good but there were some things unexplained Not that I expected anything a lie! In these dreams, lilies are all always present; lilies also happen to be the flower that represent death. Drea is inside it. I had to stop reading after getting halfway through the book, I was just getting too annoyed and had no interest in finishing.
This time, however, they aren’t about one of her friends; they’re about another girl, Clara, staying at a different beachside cottage. Nightmages, I have no idea why Stacey even bothered to help Drea or why afterward she remained friends with her. But she’s not the only one having nightmares.
Amazon rates this book for Gradeswhich I think is quite accurate. Mar 13, Ella Russell rated it really liked it. Some of the characters are very funny laueie sarcastic, and others are interesting in general, lovable, and easy to relate to.
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Stacey performs the Wicca to help her premonitions come clearer so she can get the facts straight and save Drea. Primarily, I thought this book was extremely slow paced–I mean really slow. Feb 20, Arielle Walker rated it it was amazing Shelves: Lists laruie This Book. While I’ve never been interesting in becoming Wiccan, I have always been interested in what it’s about; where it’s coming from.
Laurie Faria Stolarz is an American author of young adult fiction novels, best known for her Blue is for Nightmares series. Sequel to ‘Blue’ is just as compelling.
Blue is for Nightmares Series by Laurie Faria Stolarz
Stacy starts having nightmares about fxria friend Drea being kidnapped. Worst of all, no one has a perfect alibi. Dec 18, Alison rated it really liked it Shelves: Browse all BookRags Study Guides. This one was just okay. With that said, I felt like the author placed a greater emphasis on the plot, rather than the characters. View all 12 comments.