Blue is for Nightmares

Blue is for Nightmares I know your secretStacey s junior year at boarding school isn t easy She s not the most popular girl at school or the smartest or the prettiest She s got a crush on her best friend s boyfriend and

  • Title: Blue is for Nightmares
  • Author: Laurie Faria Stolarz
  • ISBN: 9780738703916
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Paperback
  • I know your secretStacey s junior year at boarding school isn t easy She s not the most popular girl at school, or the smartest, or the prettiest She s got a crush on her best friend s boyfriend, and an even darker secret that threatens to ruin her friendships for good And now she s having nightmares again Not just any nightmares these dreams are too real to ignorI know your secretStacey s junior year at boarding school isn t easy She s not the most popular girl at school, or the smartest, or the prettiest She s got a crush on her best friend s boyfriend, and an even darker secret that threatens to ruin her friendships for good And now she s having nightmares again Not just any nightmares these dreams are too real to ignore, like she did three years ago The last time she ignored them, a little girl died This time they re about Drea, her best friend who s become the target of one seriously psycho stalker It started with weird e mails and freaky phone calls Now someone s leaving Drea white lilies the same death lilies that have been showing up in Stacey s dreams Everybody thinks it s just a twisted game until another girl at school is brutally murdered There are no witnesses Worst of all, no one has a perfect alibi With everyone as a potential suspect, Stacey turns to the one secret weapon she can trust the folk magic taught to her by her grandmother Will Stacey s magic be strong enough to expose the true killer, or will the killer make her darkest nightmares come true In this Deluxe Spellbook Edition you ll find Spells created by You and other keepers of secrets poems, spells and meditations contributed by fans of this popular series Extras also include an interview with the author.

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    1. Laurie Faria Stolarz

      Laurie Faria Stolarz grew up in Salem, MA, attended Merrimack College, and received an MFA in Creative Writing from Emerson College in Boston Laurie Faria Stolarz is an American author of young adult fiction novels, best known for her Blue is for Nightmares series Her works, which feature teenage protagonists, blend elements found in mystery and romance novels.Stolarz found sales success with her first novel, Blue is for Nightmares, and followed it up with three titles in the series, White is for Magic, Silver is for Secrets, and Red is for Remembrance, as well as a companion graphic novel, Black is for Beginnings Stolarz is also the author of the Touch series Deadly Little Secret, Deadly Little Lies, Deadly Little Games, Deadly Little Voices, and Deadly Little Lessons , as well as Bleed and Project 17 With than two million books sold worldwide, Stolarz s titles have been named on various awards list.

    732 thoughts on “Blue is for Nightmares”

    1. After having sat through 312 pages of Stacey's humiliation and her being betrayed by yet another supposed best friend (BY THE WAY, why do the "best friends" in these books CONSTANTLY betray the main characters?? Who are these (fictional) people who find the shittiest person to befriend. I mean, fuck. I could turn into a werewolf and my best friend would never betray me, just be like, "Dude, find me a hot werewolf guy." It rages me that these characters are constantly forced to rely on themselves [...]

    2. I think I give it 2.5 stars.I'm not quite sure about this. I liked it because it was what I needed at the time. Something light and not complicated and silly.It was like a teen slasher movie with magic, and less dead bodies. But it was so full of cliches and something the writing made me cringe.I like the main character and I definitely liked the magic in the book. It wasn't too paranormal, just rituals and spells and lots of faith in the magical. Plus, premonition dreams.So that was funTwo thin [...]

    3. I did not like this book very much and I am really surprised the book has avg rating of 4.21 (which is what drove me to read the book in the first place). The book isn't entirely bad though. It is action-packed and has an interesting, yet creepy plot. With that said, I felt like the author placed a greater emphasis on the plot, rather than the characters. I couldn't relate to any of them at all, and felt like many of them didn't have distinct personalities. That bothered me greatly. I won't reco [...]

    4. Nije loše.Misteriozno i brzo se čita,likovi su odlični,dijalozi puni humora i prepucavanja,to mi je valjda bilo i najbolje u knjizi. Veoma lepo osmišljeno,ali je sve nekako zbrzano i nedovršeno, skače previše s radnje na radnju. Nadam se da je u nastavcima bila bolja. I naravno opet prepametni šesnaestogodišnjaci

    5. Stacy starts having nightmares about her friend Drea being kidnapped. She knows that they mean something because this has happened to her before. In the past she ignored them and lost someone she loved because of it. This time Stacy plans on preventing the murder. There were a couple things in this book that struck me as false; it doesn't seem to take place now, it has kind of a mid 90s feel, which is weird. It seems unbelievable that only one student at this wealthy prep school has a cell phone [...]

    6. I read these books ages ago and only just remembered about them, dying to re-read them all now - will review as soon as I can get my hands on a copy!

    7. "The spirit of dreams is everlasting," I whisper. "It lives within my mind."Light and easy. This one was just okay. I liked the Wicca/Pagan type slant to the story. Stacey was interesting with all her spells and rituals. But(view spoiler)[ I found the bed-wetting part of the story unnecessaryd she doesn't seem all that worried about! I would be scared to sleep, setting alarms to get up all night long to go to the bathroom and go before bed.but she doesn't seem to do any of that (hide spoiler)]I [...]

    8. SEE THIS REVIEW ON MY BLOG!Melodramatic Reviews**spoiler alert**This book was a nightmare! I was seriously tempted for one star.A young adult witchcraft book that tries too hard to be adult, in my opinion.Stacey is a "woe is me" character, whose friends suck. With friends like these, her enemies in the book don't seem so bad anymore! One of them humiliates her in front of her crush out of jealousy. Wow. Not to mention, Stacey's oh-so-wet-dream worthy love interest, was completely unmemorable. So [...]

    9. It was such an amazing novel that I really did not want to put it down because I wanted to keep on reading to the end to find out who the stalker was.Stacey is a wicca who has been having a bed-wetting problem ever since she began to have nightmares about someone trying to kill her best friend and dorm roommate, Drea. When someone starts prank calling their room and leaving creepy notes to Drea, Stacey knows all too well that her dreams are a premonition for a murderDrea's murder. She, Drea, and [...]

    10. From my blog, The Writer Diaries.I didn't like this book. At all. I found myself skipping through paragraphs of description, mostly the spells, cause it felt like a big info dump. You use playing cards because insert lengthy reason why. You use oil because another lengthy reason why. I feel like I know more about calming oils and protection spells than I do the characters.Stacy starts having nightmares about something terrible happening to her friend Drea. She knows that they mean something beca [...]

    11. This review can also be found at fortheloveofbooksreviewss Stacey is a junior at a boarding school, a witch, and has been having nightmares about one of her best friends. In these nightmares, it is undeniable that Drea, her friend, is in trouble, and she soon worries that these dreams may come true when strange gifts and phone calls start arriving.Stacey uses the magic that her grandmother taught her with hopes to reveal who is behind all of this. But will she be able to unravel the messages in [...]

    12. Καλο. Ηταν σίγουρα διαφορετικο απο τα σύγχρονα φάντασυ που διαβάζω συνήθως. Σκοτεινή ατμόσφαιρα, παρακολουθήσεις απο σχιζοφρενή, πολυ μυστήριο, κ μια πρωταγωνιστρια που δεν έχει τίποτα απολύτως ιδιαίτερο πέρα απο προειδοποιητικούς εφιάλτες και νυχτερινές ενουρήσεις (ναι [...]

    13. My initial rating would be 2 star but I changed my mind towards the ending because the suspense kept me on my toes. Personally, I didn't quite enjoy the book because the plot buildup was quite slow and messy in the beginning. It took me a while to understand if Stacey, the MC, was having a nightmare or was it like really happening in real life. I got a little confused, but then it got slightly better.It's a typical high school nonsense, falling in love with your best friend's on-and-off-and-on a [...]

    14. This is an enoyable, short mystery novel about a young witch who keeps seeing her best friend and roommate kidnapped in her dreams. She knows that these dreams are really premonitions and decides to do whatever she needs to do in order to stop her friend from dying.Over the course of the novel, several predictions she make end up coming true: she does a cartomancy reading (like tarot, with regular cards) and everything unfolds the way the reading predicts. In addition to the witchcraft and the m [...]

    15. The first book in the BIFN series! When Freshman Stacey Brown starts having nightmares about her roommate and bestfriend Drea, she goes on a journey that will change her perspective on her nightmares. It starts off with phone calls between drea and this "unknown guy" she won't mention, later there's notes and mysterious packages, and later death threats. Stacey needs to sleep so she can dream, and help save drea but will she be able to do it in time? Using her intuition and her Wicca, Stacey mig [...]

    16. Bu kadar gereksiz kız muhabbeti/kavgası dinlemek isteseydim, televizyonu açar, "tarz" programlarından birini izlerdim, bu kitabı okumazdım. Ayrıca "tehdit mektupları" gibi, ortaokul hikayeleri için bile oldukça ucuz ve klişe bir tema olacağını bilsem hiç okumazdım. Sürprizsiz, basit sonundan hiç bahsetmeyeyim en iyisi. Sadece biraz büyü istemiştim ama o da o kadar azdı ki, kitabın ortalarından itibaren baş karakterin cadı olduğunu bile unuttum.ÖZET: Tavsiye edilmez.

    17. 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.

    18. Rating: 3.5 out of 5 starsI thought this was a nice story that incorporated mystery and fantasy alike and found that I enjoyed this well enough. That said, there were lots of things that I just really didn't like about this. Primarily, I thought this book was extremely slow paced--I mean really slow. For one thing, the first four chapters were dedicated to one night, that in my opinion, didn't really have a lot going on. Another thing I didn't like about the book was the lack of character develo [...]

    19. Esta serie de libros llamó mi atención por el tema de magia y hechizos, sabiendo de antemano que era una saga juvenil, la realidad es que son libros muy entretenidos, la historia esta ambientada a finales de los noventa y principios del dos mil y tiene descripciones que me encantan con esa forma de vestir y los datos esotéricos de esta chica que tiene esa habilidad. Me recuerdan mucho esos viejos tiempos, el suspenso te mantiene en ascuas y cada vez te hacen desear más que te expliquen todo [...]

    20. "Blu come gli incubi" è il primo libro di una quadrilogia YA di genere thriller. Lo definirei un thriller adolescenziale, il target di lettura ottimale è 14-16 anni, anche se ovviamente lo può apprezzare anche chi ha qualche anno in più. La storia ha un'ambientazione che a me personalmente è piaciuta moltissimo: un collegio privato. Stacey, la protagonista sedicenne del libro, divide la sua stanza con Drea, la sua migliore amica, ed è preda di incubi notturni. Ma non incubi qualsiasi, i su [...]

    21. 2 stars isn't a bad thing in my book. (no pun!) The beginning is rocky--the narrative is clunky and feels very immature due to moments of heavy-handed exposition and generic teen characterizations. The given circumstances also feel annoyingly familiar: we're at a co-ed boarding school, there are creepy goings-on, and our protagonist--Stacey Brown--is a witch. But Stacey is of the Wicca persuasion, and this is a new sort of character to my reading experience. I found myself both intrigued and vag [...]

    22. 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 me when they are blatantly poorly pieced together commercial rubbish based on supposed 'high interest' factors in teen reads. 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. Both t [...]

    23. This is another one I didn't enjoy much. It came as an "extra" in a batch of books I got through eBay. Now I know why they wanted to give it away!I think the author was trying to write a book similar to a teen horror movie. 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 movie" Well, I'd say she succeeded, only not in a good [...]

    24. rates this book for Grades 7-10, which I think is quite accurate. As an adult who reads a lot of YA novels, this one just didn't do anything for me. Yes, it had drama, yes, it had suspense, but there was little to no character development. A quick and easy read for middle schoolers for sure.The story takes place at a boarding school, which we are given absolutely no information on. We are also given no information on any of the characters. The story immediately winds up, fast paced, with the pro [...]

    25. Stacey's friend and roommate, Drea, is being stalked by a killer. It's up to Stacey to help Drea survive by using the witchcraft and simple spells her grandmother taught her, from creating a protection jar to pyschic dreams.The characters in this book were completely wooden and cliche. There was no depth to any of them. I felt as though I was watching a teen slasher movie filled with idiot kids just lining up to be knifed. Drea's reactions are inconsistent and bizarre. One moment Stacey is her b [...]

    26. I'm not going to rate this book because I read this series when I was 13 and inexperienced of a reader as I was I remember liking them. I know if I went back and reread them now I don't think I could even finish the first one. So for 13 year old me these books were ok. Now not so much.

    27. Why did I like these books back in my younger years? Why are teenagers so annoying? Why even save Drea when she is annoying as hell and a shitty friend? Idk I just need to hit my book quota.

    28. This book isn’t bad per-say. I liked the story, it was just a little predictable and some part were just meh. I’ll probably read the rest of the series considering I own the 2nd and 3rd book. BUT. The feminist in me just couldn’t handle how the girls in this book were written AND how they acted toward other girls. There’s a lot of catty “girl drama” that seems very unnecessary and only perpetuates that whole stereotype of girls just being boy crazy and drama filled. At one point the [...]

    29. I think that this is my new favorite book. the plot is so thick and confusing and I love how the characters sometimes have these oh! moments and the three best friends relationship is more real than other best friends in books. it was so intense, I stayed up most of last night reading it and it was so terrifying! I loved it because it doesn't sprinkle sugar on anything, it's just hard and real and how it is. the way the author wove it together was amazing and I will definitely read the next book [...]

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