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The mystery itself, of who was targeting Drea, was suspenseful and interesting but to be honest, it didn’t feel very original. Refresh and try again. It was like a teen slasher movie with magic, and less dead bodies. Apr 16, Brie rated it did not like it Recommends it for: She’s a horrible, arrogant friend who believes ‘whats mine is mine’ including people.

Aymi Psychic pagan, ish? It started with weird e-mails and freaky phone calls. 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.

Blue is for Nightmares Series – Laurie Stolarz

It is Stacey’s senior year; one year after she saved her room mate, and best friend, Drea, from an untimely death. I had to stop reading after getting halfway through the book, I was just getting too annoyed and had no interest in finishing.


But then she started to receive “gifts” from a stalker guy and it freaked her out senseless and with the help of their other bff, Amber, they started to link event to event, trynna figure out who the stalker was.

The characters say the F word, along with a cocktail of other expletives, and there is a small snippet about sex. But will she be able to unravel t Dor review can also be found at http: Stacy starts having nightmares about something terrible happening to her friend Drea.

The story takes laurif at a boarding school, which we are given ls no information on.

Amber and Drea were awful friends. Their motive didn’t make much sense to me, it seemed slightly over the top for the situation.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Reading Eagle, Jan 4,p I thought Amber’s a bitch at first then I realised that Drea’s the bigger bitch. A transfer student, Jacob, is having nightmares of Stacey’s murder, ls he’s determined to stop the killer. Not to mention, Stacey’s oh-so-wet-dream worthy love interest, was completely unmemorable.

The story immediately winds up, fast paced, with the protagonist’s roommate being stalked.

Blue is for Nightmares

I would definitly recommend this book and series to anyone. 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. I can tell you right now that if I peed the bed, and my “best friend” decided to announce that?


And her torment, because he was her best friend’s ex, who she still thought she loved. She knows that they mean something because this has happened to her before with a child she babysat, Maura.

Ma non incubi qualsiasi, i suoi sono incubi premonitori. When I started this book I was expecting more of a paranormal or supernatural mystery, but instead what I got was stoarz of a contemporary story with religious or realistic magic.

And in this book, every single friend that the protagonist had, ended up being annoying, inconsiderate, cold, jealous, mean, or just plain incompatible. Lastly, she gives permission to Stacy to date Chad.

Children’s Review Book Review “. Using her intuition and her Wicca, Stacey might be able to do it. One of them humiliates her in front of her crush out of jealousy. The story immediately winds up, fast paced, with Amazon rates this book for Gradeswhich I think is quite accurate.

I found Amber, PJ, and Chad to be two-dimensional and somewhat forgettable. I found myself both intrigued and vag 2 stars isn’t a bad thing in my book.

Drea doesn’t take Stacy’s warning seriously.