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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 nighfmares. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem.

Return to Book Page. I know your secret Stacey’s junior year at boarding school isn’t easy. She’s not the most popular girl at school, or the smartest, or the prettiest.

Blue Is for Nightmares

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 ignor I know your secret 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. 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: Paperbackpages. Published November 8th by Llewellyn Publications first published November 1st Blue is for Nightmares 1. Stacey Ann BrownDrea. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

To ask other readers questions about Blue is for Nightamresplease sign up. Aymi Psychic pagan, ish? See all 4 questions about Blue is for Nightmares…. Lists with This Book. Apr 16, Brie rated it did not like it Recommends ngihtmares for: Who are these fictional people who find the shittiest person to befriend. I could turn into a werewolf and my best friend would never betray me, just be like, “Dude, find me a hot werewolf guy.


Blue is for Nightmares Series – Laurie Stolarz

Now where was I I’m sure shitty best friend will spend the rest os the series trying to make it up to the witchy main character for being a waste of literary space.

And I’ll roll my eyes and say, ffor right, whatever bitch. It’s against my non-religion. This was just as disappointing as Stolxrz and we don’t need to go there. You know what I mean. View all 12 comments. Jun 19, endofmarch rated it it was ok Shelves: I think I give it 2. 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. So that was fun Two thin I think I bblue it 2. So that was fun Two things though. They’re night,ares cliche or mean or petty or any other thing that is annoying and that leaves you wondering why the protagonist is their friend to begin with.

I haven’t read a lot a really strong friendships in young adult books. And in this book, every single friend that the protagonist had, ended up being annoying, inconsiderate, cold, jealous, mean, or just plain incompatible. My world for a string friendship between two teenage girls where they don’t argue about silly things and especially about boys.

Why nightmared they always have to have one? It’s like writers and publishers don’t think teenage girls can get interested in a book if there isn’t some kind of love story going on.

Oh, don’t get me wrong.

I love love stories, and I think that when it’s well done, it just enriches the story you are telling, especially if the story is not mainly a love story to begin with. But to make teenage girl characters constantly obsessed with getting a boyfriend, or talking about boys all the time, when your story is not a love story is quite annoying and distract from the story.

In this book, I couldn’t have cared less about Stacey’s feelings for Chad. And her torment, because he was her best friend’s ex, who she still thought she loved. And, cue drama, that brings nothing to the main plot line. And Chad didn’t seem that much of a catch to begin with. So yeah, 3 stars for the magic in this book.


Two for the rest. Because, even though a whole bunch of things annoyed me, I still wanted to keep reding to see how it ended. Apr 05, Lavanya rated it it was ok Recommends it for: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I did not like this book very much and I am really surprised the book has avg rating of 4. 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 I did not like this book very much and I am really surprised the book has avg rating of 4. I won’t recommend this book to anyone in particular, unless someone is looking for a quick-read to keep them entertained for an hour or two.

The novel is fine, actually, but it’s not like Harry Potter or Twilight. I can’t get really “into” it. She has weird nightmares about her best friend and current roommate, Drea. They seem to foreshadow Drea’s death.

In these dreams, lilies are all always present; lilies also happen to be the flower that represent death. Stacy becomes really worried because she has had dreams like this in the past, and the last time she didn’t act upon them. The result was the death of a little girl named Maura. Stacy isn’t sure if she is misinterpreting her nightmares, so she uses card-reading to verify her visions. They all seem to indicate the same thing: Chad, Drea’s ex-boyfriend is going to schedule something like date, then cancel on her, Drea is going to get mysterious packages and Drea is going to die soon.

To make things even worse, Drea is getting calls from a mysterious guy, and she refuses to tell Stacy who he is. A few days later, Drea gets a package and Stacy becomes paranoid. Stacy doesn’t want to tell Drea what her visions indicate, but after these odd phone calls, and the mysterious package, Stacy decides it’s about time to tell her the truth. Stacy also tells Amber who is another friend of theirs. Drea doesn’t take Stacy’s warning seriously. The next day, Drea receives an odd message about Drea having only four more days.