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Blue is for Nightmares
Blue is for Nightmares | Laurie Faria Stolarz
9 posts | 43 read | 20 to read
Sixteen-year-old hereditary witch Stacey Brown has nightmares of her roommate being murdered and hopes that her magick will be enough to protect Drea--unlike the last person whose death Stacey dreamed.
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MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm
Blue is for Nightmares | Laurie Faria Stolarz
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Bailedbailed

The bad news: This is my first DNF of 2021.

The good news: I‘m clearing four whole books from my shelves to make room for those worthy of my time! 😃👍😅

YA is a horrible genre for me. I know this. Yet I keep falling into their traps...

I hated the characters. How they were supposed to be best friends was beyond me, they were just boy-stealing bitches to each other. There were inconsistencies with the setting and repetitive explanations.

BookHoarder32 Agree. This series felt a little juvenile for me 👎 2y
MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm @BookHoarder32 I‘m glad I‘m not the only one! 😅 2y
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Sresendez12
Blue is for Nightmares | Laurie Faria Stolarz
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So I own the physical copy of this book, but I‘ve already loaned it out because I absolutely love it. I was afraid that my adult brain wouldn‘t love it as much as my teenage brain, but I did. Stacy is having nightmares about her roommate‘s death and she tries to find a way to stop it from happening. Magic, best friend drama, boy drama, all the perfect things for a great YA read. Lots of readathon points = 285 points.

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Sresendez12
Blue is for Nightmares | Laurie Faria Stolarz
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Cozying up next to the fire with a glass of wine in my new Spode Christmas wine glass (picture of those later). Ive been meaning to reread this series for a while and it‘s still amazing. #wintergames #favoritedecoration (Christmas tree) #christmaslights #readingbytheglowofchristmaslights 91 points for #merryreaders if I did this right!

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Pogue
Blue is for Nightmares | Laurie Faria Stolarz
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This was an ok typical YA fantasy that takes place in a boarding school. The cool thing is that she uses playing cards instead of a tarot deck to tell the future. My partner does that.

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Pogue
Blue is for Nightmares | Laurie Faria Stolarz
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Book haul! I got the full series by Stolarz for $10.

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BookishGirl06
Blue is for Nightmares | Laurie Faria Stolarz
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Starting this tonight

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JessClark78
Blue is for Nightmares | Laurie Faria Stolarz
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RavenMaestas
Blue is for Nightmares | Laurie Faria Stolarz
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Mehso-so

I remember reading this book when I was like 13 and I really loved it, so I tracked down a copy (you'd be surprised at how difficult it was to find one in Tucson) and finished it that same night. Wasn't quite as good as I remembered it but still has an interesting plot and it was relatively entertaining, some of the characters are frustrating though...teen me would probably give it an 8/10...present me gives it a 6/10..#teenread

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Dimack17
Blue is for Nightmares | Laurie Faria Stolarz
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Went to one random bookshelf at my place and picked out all of the #shadesofblue. All of these books are good reads. #somethingforsept