I know you re aloneShattered by her boyfriend s tragic death, Stacey is struggling in her first year of college, hoping that somehow, somewhere, Jacob is still alive Now her nightmares are back, haunted by ghosts and misery Casting healing spells brings Stacey closer to Porsha a troubled girl who s also dreaming of death and to a strange boy whose life is in danger TI know you re aloneShattered by her boyfriend s tragic death, Stacey is struggling in her first year of college, hoping that somehow, somewhere, Jacob is still alive Now her nightmares are back, haunted by ghosts and misery Casting healing spells brings Stacey closer to Porsha a troubled girl who s also dreaming of death and to a strange boy whose life is in danger To save him, it ll take all the strength and magic they ve got And maybe even cost them their lives
Red is for Remembrance I know you re aloneShattered by her boyfriend s tragic death Stacey is struggling in her first year of college hoping that somehow somewhere Jacob is still alive Now her nightmares are back haunt
If I had to compare this series to a TV show, it would've definately been Charmed.OK, Charmed minus having the protagonist marrying her Whitelighter who later turns into an Elder, because their unborn son from the future made it happen and that type of things, but it has the Charmed vibe. Overall, I liked the series. All the books were something you can read in one sitting, interesting and intense.I didn't like the last one as much I as liked the previous ones, though.Maybe I would've liked it b [...]
I read 'Red is for Remembrance'. This is the fourth and final book in the 'Blue is for Nightmares' series by Laurie Faria Stolarz. I thought this book was excellent. It rolled humor, mystery, suspense, and some action all into one book. Stacey Brown, the main character, is having weird dreams again. She is accepted into a prestigious college with a full scholarship, and with her below average grades, she wasn’t quite sure why. But, she soon finds out that the president of the college’s daugh [...]
The fact that I'm done w the series (minus the graphic novel) hurts me. I don't want it to end. I grew more attached to Stacey and Jacob than I anticipated!
Review soon; busy reading!!!!
Definitely my favorite book in the Blue Is For Nightmares series (maybe because the dreaded Drea wasn't in it). I liked the other three, but they were no where near as good as Red is for Remembrance. Overall, I just felt it was a stronger story and that I got to know Stacey so much better than any of the other books. She went from a completely one dimensional character I hardly cared about to one I was routing for and loved. I just couldn't put this book down! I do think the ending was a little [...]
OH MY GOD!!!!!! SO HAPPY!!!!!!!!About 130 pages in, I made a revelation that made me jump for joy literally! I was squealing like a little school girl. That Laurie, she's a tricky one!I loved it. Every page, every second, every minute. I stayed up to the wee hours of the morning to finish reading it. And I cried through the majority of the book! I'm super sad the series is nearly over (I will be reading the graphic novel which is the 5th book). I'm really attached to these characters and I absol [...]
I really enjoyed this book. It is the fourth book of the Blue is for Nightmares Series. This book is really good and I like how there is like two different perspectives in the book. At first I didn't know why but at the end i figured it all out. It 's really good and it's one of the best of the series. This is the last book which I wish it wasn't because the series is really good.
The end of the previous book leads readers to this limbo of not knowing. Not knowing whether or not Jacob is alive, and not knowing what Stacey is going to do about it. She is also seeing a therapist which scares some into thinking she's gone crazy.This book takes us several months later, to when Stacey finally goes to school. She's still having a hard time accepting Jacob is gone. She goes into this weird depression and takes a lot of sleeping pills trying to force herself to dream. She is also [...]
This was a book that got really confusing to tell the truth. It took me about three times as long to finish it than I had expected, and it wasn't the best I would say. There really was no sense of horror or suspense except for the parts where Stacey is having a nightmare. The whole first half of the book is pretty much kinda like Bella in New Moone's just barely going through the motions of life and moping over her now-ex-boyfriend. It was kind of boring. The multiple POVs from Jacob/Shell and S [...]
2.5 StarsThis book is better than the previous installment in the series, but not by much.Characters:PJ and Amber are caricatures of "regular teen", so much so that they appear immature at times, and tell really horrible jokes. But occasionally their humor is amusing and cute.Stacey, Drea, and Chad have basically no defining characteristics, and simply move the plot along with the exception of Chad shaming Stacey for having a crush on someone new after her old boyfriend's untimely death. That wa [...]
I love this book. I don't usually read books from the YA genre but someone told me that my book could fall into that category. So I go to a bookstore, without my glasses, and pick out a book. I didn't realize that it was part of a series. Even so, I read it and enjoy it immensely.The writing is superb. The only difference I can see between YA and adult genres is in the way the characters speak. They use words like "stuff" to show they are young. Otherwise, the plot and mystery are as deep and ri [...]
Alright, so I liked Red more than Blue and Silver, and probably the same as White. We'll see how I like Black - it's next.This book didn't follow the same pattern of the others, and while it was predictable in other ways, it was not the same boring arc that I have gotten so used to in these books. The emotional stakes were also higher, so I think that upped my interest as well. Though it was so obvious who our "mystery narrator" was from the beginning, I think the author knew that, and I think i [...]
So far, this is the last book in the Blue is For Nightmares series. In this one, Jacob is lost and Stacey is heartbroken. She believes he is alive, and helps a troubled girl named Portia who is having nightmares about a mysterious boy that is going to be killed. Portia leads Stacey to a camp to find the boy, and they find someone unexpected at the camp as well. I can connect Portia to Callie from Cut. They both have issues they don’t want to deal with, so instead of trying to get help they cut [...]
I am a big fan of the series. silver is for secrets is my favorite so far. This book leaves my dissapointed. It is not bad but it is not as good as the other books. I was able to figure out one of the big twist in the story on page 80. i dont know if the author intended for the twist to be figure out so easily or maybe i just happened to figure it out. When i was reading this book i felt like the main character stacy was doing nothing but complain about everything and everyone. She seemed like s [...]
I didn't like the end of this. This is gonna be a spoiler. I was so happy when I found out Jacob wasn't dead, that Shell was Jacob. And uhmm, I just hated the end. When they finally got back together and then he justdidn't remember anything. I didn't like it. At all. It made me so mad. For me the books went like this. The first one was good. Second one was better. Third one was amazing. Last one, sucked. I mean, no it was good. It didn't suck. I just, I didn't like the end. How he didn't remembe [...]
echt een heerlijke serie!! nog steeds balen dat deze niet in het nederlands is vertaald?! maar gelukkig lezen de engelse ook heerlijk weg jammer dat dit het einde was. hoewel ik heb de graphic novel nog :)
excuse meying my eyes out for a momentJACOB!JACOB!JACOB!stupid tim get outa here stacey, girl hang on therelily:whoreI SHIP AMber AND PJ :)
Great series. Black is for Beginnings is coming out next summer.
THE BEST EVER!!! Totally made a comeback =DD i loved this seriess!!!!!!!!
Uno de mis libros más ansiados por leer, porque el anterior fue impresionante, bastantes expectativas a logar pero la verdad es que no salió tan mal parado.La historia como ya es costumbre aborda lo mismo, pero a este punto estamos tan enganchados a la trama y a los personajes (mi caso, porque me era agradable regresar a ellos) que eso no fue algo malo, de todas maneras el misterio nuevo me gustó y el desarrollo fue el mejor de la serie, sin duda llegamos poco a poco, se nos fue explicando y [...]
These books are gripping paranormal mysteries that are great for reluctant teen readers. This series follows Stacey Brown, a young Wiccan with psychic powers. Stacey learns to use her abilities in order to investigate crimes, missing persons, and complications that come up in her daily life. As the series evolves Stacey graduates from high school, learns how to better harness her abilities, and sorts through her complicated love life.-Miss Emily
At first I was like "why the hell are there two people telling their point of views I can't keep my mind straight." But as I got half way through it was starting to make sense and I eventually was able to put the pieces together. Needless to say I'm happy Jacob wasn't actually dead our protagonist deserves to be happy after ALL she has been through. All the death she had to deal with good for her.
I'm heartbroken!! I can't believe I'm at the end of the series and I have to go on without Stacey, Drea, Amber, PJ, Chad, Jacob, and everyone else. I absolutely LOVED this series. Such a fun, easy, enjoyable, suspenseful, sometimes scary, sometimes heart-wrenching, all-over lovely series. Thank you, Ms. Stolarz. Thank you.
I liked this book it was really inconvenient that I read this first but really I feel it doesn't matter what order you read them in [it didn't say it was the fourth book anywhere on the physical copy] I believe this is a book I recommend you read
It was okay. The main plot was pretty predictable and there were some things in the story that were done oddly. There were events that popped up in the story that had no build up and little to no explanation. Overall it wasn't terrible but I won't be reading it again.
The ending was kinda disappointing. It just felt to rushed. The whole book leads up to this big climatic moment and then just here he is, he remembers, the end. Uh I need more than that!
this book is the fourth book and last book of the chilling series. This book started out like a narrative point of view of two character. The main character Stacey had just lost her boyfriend Jacob is a tragic accident. Stacey is in college. She has some kind of nightmares that can predicts someone death. Stacey always wanted to dream of about her boyfriend death and what had caused it, but she can never get it. stacey practiced witch craft. Then the book talks about Shell's point of view. Shell [...]
Stacey is nothing but an emotional mess since the drowning occurred of her boyfriend and soul mate, Jacob. She somehow just feels that he is still alive somehow, somewhere, but no one else thinks so. She is finally going back to school, even though that is the last thing she really wants to do, but she promised her mother and friends she would go and she has a full scholarship to one of the best colleges around so why not go. Stacey has a huge adjustment at college too, of only having her friend [...]
Red Is for Remembrance is the fourth book in the Blue Is For Nightmaresseries. And you know what? It's such a guilty pleasure book because I totally forget what happened in the other books and really is blank about it but I still managed to enjoy this book.SummaryJust after Jacob's death, Stacey strives to bring her life back to normal. She's got a scholarship in Beacon University and her friends are supporting her to move on about Jacob's death. But nightmares are starting to haunt her again an [...]