"Blue is for Nightmares" by Laurie Faria Stolarz
Summary: (Source: Spine)
„I Know Your Secret…“
Stacey Brown has lots of secrets – her crush on her best friend Drea’s boyfriend, the spells she casts, and the nightmares that come true. Now she’s dreaming about Drea and a psycho stalker. Saving Drea will take all the magic and courage Stacey’s got. And everyone’s secrets will have to come out.
"Blue is for Nightmares“ by Laurie Faria Stolarz is the first book of the teen-thriller series “The Blue is for Nightmares Collection”. The book is filled with mystery and magic. The author also created a wonderful suspense – you never really can guess who’s behind everything till the end. I couldn’t put the book down. It’s an engrossing, good-time page turner which involves the reader and makes you want to answer the mysterious happenings.
Stacey Brown, the protagonist, is a lovely character. She is supposed to be a normal girl and it’s her junior year at boarding school. But she’s got some secrets. She practices Wicca, has nightmares and wets the bed. The bed wetting wasn’t mine, but later you’ll come along with it and find out why.
Nightmares…? What’s so special about nightmares you might think now… The weird thing is that Stacey has got premonitions while she sleeps. Some years ago she had some nightmares about a little girl and ignored it – than the little girl died just as Stacey has predicted in her dreams. Now she is having nightmares about her best friend Drea, who’s become the target of one seriously psycho stalker. It all started with weird e-mails and freaky phone calls.
I don’t want to tell too much, coz you’ll have to read the book yourself and find out if she’s able to save her best friends life. But if you love Wicca and mystery you don’t want to be disappointed with this chick-lit teen-thriller!
About the Author:
Laurie Faria Stolarz was raised in Salem, Massachusetts, and educated at Merrimack College in North Andover. She has an MFA in creative writing and a graduate certificate in screenwriting, both from Emerson College in Boston. She currently teaches writing and French, and is working on the sequel to Blue is for Nightmares. Visit her website at www.lauriestolarz.com.