Laurie Faria Stolarz is the author of Deadly Little Secret and Bleed, as well as the highly popular young adult novels Blue Is for Nightmares, White Is for Magic. Camelia Hammond thought her powers of psychometry gave her only the ability to sense the future through touch. But now she has started to hear voices. Review. Deadly Little Secret: A Touch Novel. by Laurie Faria Stolarz. Sixteen- year-old Camelia Hammond leads an average life, going to.
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But, throughout the story you begin to doubt Ben, which causes that urge to yell for Camelia to leave him alone.
It was purely stunning. After a cute and sweet scene where they talk and Ben ends up spending the night at her house, cuddling her all night while she sleeps, it finally sticks and a distance starts to come between then. The plot lottle was spectacular and moved along quite quickly.
Literally they’re in secrret within two seconds and she acts as if its the biggest deal in the world whe Good concept, awful writing style.
It had a fun premise, and I liked the writing and main character, but the side characters and the ‘mysterious boy’ weren’t all that interesting to me.
Secreet did a great job at explaining why Camelia kept finding excuses not to tell her parents or authorities about the threats surrounding her. But I think they’ve got a great dynamic going on. But Ben was the talk of the school everyone was saying he moved here because stollarz he was from he killed his ex-girlfriend by pushing her of a cliff.
I don’t read things that have too much inappropriate things in it and this was perfect. Mar 30, Gabby rated it it was ok Shelves: Can’t explain that without giving the only cool element of the book away.
Ben – Comes back and wants space because he fears hurting her. The book had a climax of about 2 pages and then it was done. Paige Sheffield This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [ well sort of I deadlyy really ready to secrer onto the next book to see what holds.
By the end, I was so turned around I didn’t quite know what to think of anyone, including Ben and even Camelia’s best friends Wes and Kimmy! Who was stalking her again?
Deadly Little Secret
It seems like it was just a connecting book to get the story set up for the third book, which is kinda disappointing. The ending for me was exactly how I wanted it to end and set the bar up for Deadly Little Games, which I am looking forward to reading.
Either way, it annoyed me. Which in a way is a heartbreak to Camelia’s father, who really liked Adam. Like yes I enjoyed it, I’m happy I read it but there’s nothing too memorable about the story.
Deadly Little Secret (Touch, #1) by Laurie Faria Stolarz
I’m kind of hoping that at some point in this series, they bring Matt back. That is why I brought my fifth star down, her character was very irritating and just thought everything was a joke from one of the other guys when it was very serious and Camelia’s life was in danger. There is a long list of potential suspects, and the book keeps you guessing until the end. There were quite a few similarities in the plot as well 2.
By touching Camelia, Ben can see into her future. This book makes me want to read Deadly Little Games to see what happens next and find out if Camelia really has powers.
Although the first book seemed like a stand-alone, theres a whole long series surrounding this premise. Camelia got a lot more likable in this one because of character growth, as mentioned above. But what really irritated me is the fact that Camelia never told her parents or the authorities when the stalker’s behavior got exceptionally creepy and this didn’t seem secrrt at all.
That was a relief.
Seriously the 1st pages feels like you are reading someone’s interpretation of Twilight. I automatically thought it was Alex, and when I found out that it was Debbie, I was so surprised. The whole diary entry backstory that was introduced in the first book continues here from another perspective.
There are certainly a few similarities girl almost gets hit secrey car, mysterious boy saves her, girl is inexplicably attracted to boy, boy wants nothing to do with her, etc. Reposeted from by book blog: So, this BFF tells her not to go to the police, because the stalker hasn’t actually done anything that is convictable Well actually there is this little felony called breaking and entering Xecret all 5 comments.
View ,ittle 10 comments. But at least, she’s an okay narrator. Not to mention whenever she was with him she was generally thinking about Ben anyway.
Also Aunt Alexia is the aunt who is in the hospital who is crazy and who she thinks she has stolarrz things in common with. At the same time, Camelia begins to get odd things in the mail like pictures of herself with slightly creepy and foreboding messages scribbled on them.
She finally sees him again at school a couple of months later, but when she wants to thank him for saving her life he denies everything.