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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Personally, I didn’t quite enjoy the book because the plot buildup was quite slow and messy in the beginning.

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Not that I expected anything a lie! The novel is fine, actually, but it’s not like Harry Potter or Twilight. Season Two Episode Three.

Spells created by You and other keepers of secrets-poems, spells and meditations contributed by fans of this popular series. It took me a while to understand if Stacey, the MC, was having a nightmare or was it like really happening in real life. 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 murder Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Meanwhile, Stacy has problems with her relationship with Chad. Aug 16, Erin Bittner added it.

By the book’s end, I was feeling enough for the characters to be emotionally moved by their efforts for one another, and that, really is all I ask of a book. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. It must be said, though, that the character of Amber, one of Stacey’s school friends, was stealing the show in the first half: Apart from that, the characters weren’t very relatable.

The author writes in a form that makes you try to find out who the suspect is and makes you aim at the wrong character as the suspect. This page was last edited on 5 Septemberat Season Two Episode Three 1 4 Feb 22, Iis highly recommend this book, and the entire series. She needs time to get over this ordeal. She has to use her grandmother’s Wiccan spells, some of them for the first time in her life.


This is an enoyable, short mystery novel about a young witch who keeps seeing her best friend and roommate kidnapped in her dreams. The Blue Is For Nightmares Series is one of my favorite series, because it is very exciting and I always wonder what bluue happen next.

To sum it up, this book was blah. Now someone’s leaving Drea white lilies — the same death lilies that have been showing up in Stacey’s dreams. There’s no cauldrons, there no big POOF moments, but there is evidence in Stacey’s foor 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.

I think I give it 2. As the time passes by Stacey doesn’t know what to do and whom to expect to be the culprit.

I believed the overall idea of the series was good with Stacey having these premonition dreams, but the characters were nigghtmares weird and sometimes lacking development along with the writing seeming as if it came from a bad fanfiction in some places. First edition cover of first novel.

Want to Read Currently Reading Read. It is very well written and entertaining. Com rated it really liked it.

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Sep 18, Geraldine rated it it was amazing. Stacey should be focusing on her classes and getting into college, not to mention her rocky love life with Chad, but she just can’t ignore the dreams nighfmares secretive notes. Stolarz found sales success blhe her first novel, Blue is for Nightmares, and followed it up with three more titles in the series, White is for Magic, Silver is for Secrets, and Red is stoparz Remembrance, as well as a companion graphic novel, Black is for Beginnings.


Apr 06, Rebecca McNutt rated it liked it Fod There’s nothing wrong with it, but did the author really have to address it every. Despite everything “wrong” with the series, I’ll probably end up rereading it. I know if I went back and reread them now I don’t think I could even finish the first one. I wouldn’t want anything to do with her with how she treats people.

I hope it gets better but what is life without a little disappointment, right? They all seem to indicate the same thing: I will be looking for her books in the future, however, I won’t be absolutely rushing to get the sequels. Please sink into this.

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Drea also gets nightamres with Stacy when she spends time with Chad, and that results in a major fight between Stacy and Drea. I thought Amber’s a bitch at first then I realised that Drea’s the bigger bitch. I’m just gonna say this straight. View the Lesson Plans. There were parts in it where I was on edge when I was reading it, especially in the end, and it always kept you guessing. I’ve bought all 4 books and re-read the first 2 this past Christmas break.

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.

The characters were very flat and unpleasant. His obsession made it obvious.