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I’m going to go listen to the last bit of Rebecca and add this book to my donate stack.
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This page was last edited on 5 Septemberat Quotes from Blue is for Night Between sharing secrets with strangers and constantly not trusting or believing each other, I just couldn’t imagine these people had been friends for long.
There’s nothing wrong with it, but did the author really have to address it every. But yeah, just the way I love it. I found myself both intrigued and vag 2 stars isn’t a bad thing in my book. What I mean is that she’s not waving a wand and making cheese explode or something outrageous; she’s got bits of plants that she combines together and she’s burning candles and she’s asking the Earth to help her see and help her be patient and to help her connect with people.
It was like a teen slasher movie with magic, and less dead bodies. She likes him, and she’s pretty sure he likes her, but he was Drea’s ex-boyfriend. A few days later, Drea gets a package and Stacy becomes paranoid.
I liked the story, it was just a little predictable and some part were just meh. Sep 14, Basyirah rated it liked it. Laurje read more about peeing than a plot.
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Rebecca is wonderfully creepy and mysterious with fleshed-out characters who seem real, including an amazing setting that is almost like another character in the story. I’m sorry I bought the boxed set of the series for my library.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. And here I was rooting for Drea to die. I couldn’t go two pages without Stacy peeing all over herself. She, Drea, and all her friends must now try to figure out who the stalker is before someone comes and take Drea away before it is too late.
Feb 20, Arielle Walker rated it it was amazing Shelves: Open Preview See a Problem? So forgettable in fact, that I can’t remember his name!
I would be scared to sleep, setting alarms to get up all night long to go to the bathroom and go before bed Sure, I think some of the characters were well-written, but others were very shallow and I really didn’t see any growth. One of them humiliates her in front of her crush out of jealousy.
I found Amber, PJ, and Chad to be two-dimensional and somewhat forgettable. I kept getting the vibe this was set in the 90s, what with all the payphones, and a mention of a walkman. She’s a horrible, arrogant friend who believes ‘whats mine is mine’ including people. La scrittura scorre fluida, in prima persona, dal punto di vista della protagonista, e risulta facile identificarsi in lei.
They all seem to indicate the same thing: Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Sequel to ‘Blue’ is just as compelling. Why do they always have to have one? She, her new boyfriend Jacob, and some friends, Chad, PJ, Amber, and Drea, are going to stay at a cottage on the beach for the summer.
Blue is for Nightmares Series – Laurie Stolarz
However, despite this, Drea continues to talk to the mysterious guy on lakrie phone, and she admits to Stacy and Amber that she has no idea who he is.
Now, back at Hillcrest Boarding School, she’s having nightmares again and receiving strange letters with no name or return address. Stacy cuts her foot, and Donnovan tells her to stay put while he goes and looks around for some help apparently his cell phone nghtmares no connection.
Drea’s reactions are inconsistent and bizarre.