Editorial Reviews. Review. “Taking Stolarz’s Blue Is for Nightmares series into the Black is for Beginnings (Stolarz Series Book 5) – Kindle edition by Laurie. Black is for Beginnings (Blue Is for Nightmares, book 5) by Laurie Faria Stolarz – book cover, description, publication history. Read “Black is for Beginnings” by Laurie Faria Stolarz with Rakuten Kobo. It’s happening again The BLUE IS FOR NIGHTMARES series that put a spell on.
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And basically they fix everything there, and blcak book ends with them together for real on the ski lift, rather than just in one of her premonitions. The black and white artwork, while nothing outstanding, is nicely done with realistic people and facial expressions. The characters maybe were not as thoroughly rounded as I’ve seen although laurje were they flatbut a lot of their interactions felt believably real particularly involving Jacob’s ex-girlfriend.
Jan 24, Darienne Keniece rated it it was ok.
Part of a Library summer challenge. Nov 11, MrsMamfa rated it it was ok. Blue is for Nightmares 5 Members. This book was a quick read, and went pretty fast. It was dark, but also funny, and romantic.
I really really liked the first four books of this series- I thought they were all really good. I thought the book was good. But the story itself I actually really liked. Everything was just so much smaller Weird, I know, but there you go.
The book was about Stacy and Jacob not being able to see each other anymore. Mar 02, Kimberly Callegan rated it did not like it. Apr laaurie, Allyson Chase rated it really liked it.
Let me say this to be clear: Google Books — Loading I’d like to know why Stolarz decided to make the fifth installment of the Blue is for Nightmares series a graphic novel.
What a cute way to solidify the ending of a series.
Refresh and try again. Apr 30, Terry Mulcahy rated it did not like it Shelves: It’s very fast-paced, has the right amount of drama and tension, it’s got some action. Feb 12, Journey Smith rated it it luarie amazing. Stacy really loves him and she moves to Colorado to be with him. No current Talk conversations about this book. The Blue is for Nightmares series has involved murders, stalkers, psychic phenomena, magic and all kinds of dramatic things. To ask other readers questions about Black is for Beginningsplease sign up.
A Deadly Little Collection. With everything jumping all over the place, it was hard for me to remember what came when and where.
Basically, unless you just want to have the complete collection, don’t bother buying this book. This is actually the fifth book in a series.
Jan 14, Alicia rated it liked it.
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It’s an odd situation coming into the series with the fifth written book but since this tells the backstory of the two principle characters it was very easy to get stolaarz and I didn’t feel like I was missing anything at all.
I liked getting to see more about Jacob’s past and a glimpse into his family life, but besides this and my excitement over getting to see what the characters were meant to look like, I felt like most of the book was just a recap. The first four books were so great. And these characters, no way in hell are they college students.
Black is for Beginnings (Blue Is for Nightmares, book 5) by Laurie Faria Stolarz
I was left content. Without being through heartbreak. May 30, Miss Ryoko rated it liked it Shelves: It was a quick read that was nice for nostalgia’s sake, but honestly now I just want to go reread the originals instead. This book even though made me have multiple different emotions all in on I rate this book a 4! This book was just not that great.
Black is for Beginnings. However, plotwise there really wasn’t much excitement, there is a thin story line with Stacey’s dreams but mostly it all boils down to the relationship between Stacey and Jacob.
I’m not going to fault Stolarz– just yet. The story is about how the dreams helped them to their advantage and for the better.
The book starts off reintroducing the readers to everything that has taken place in the past four books, so basically if you’ve read the books recently you can skip the first section of the book, and skip to where Jacob’s journal starts, because that’s where the real interesting stuff is.
There was no murder mystery or anything like that. This was a very bare-bones story that did little to further the story, it just gave a sort-of conclusion to S I picked this up at work when I happened across it while shelving and, feeling nostalgic, I started reading it on my downtime.
Black is for Beginnings
Maybe her publishers told her to do it? I figured why not put in some cents on it, right? It’s not that I don’t like comics but to me it’s lacking a lot from an actual book. The thing about this book is that it’s definitely nice to know how the main characters end up, but I found that the book lacked substance, and it frustrated me that most of the short story was taken up with re-caps from the previous books.
Can they find their way back to each other before it’s too late? fog
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