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White Is for Magic (Blue is for Nightmares #2)

4.03 of 5 stars 4.03  ·  rating details  ·  8,528 ratings  ·  340 reviews
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A year has passed since Stacey Brown saved her best friend from a horrible death. Now she's having nightmares again, haunted by ghosts of the brutally murdered . . . and by a crazed stalker.

As she desperately casts healing spells, a new student named Jacob enters her world. Beautiful and mysterious, he reveals that he is also having dreams. To stop a kil
Paperback, 301 pages
Published May 8th 2004 by Llewellyn (first published March 21st 2004)
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This one was definitely better than the first and I think I give that credit to Jacob - who is by far the best character to come out of this series so far. I like how the author kept him very secretive literally up until the last minute. I don't think there was really one thing I didn't like about him.

Now, as for everyone else...I like PJ, he's entertaining and always good for a laugh. Amber, I really just don't get. Chad - no comment. Drea - hmph...bitch and worst friend ever (I don't think my

This is one of the few books where I just said to myself "ok, that's it. I give up." and tossed it away.
I stumbled accross the third book of the series Silver Is for Secrets months ago, not knowing it was part of a series and I loved it. I even cried at the end of it and I don't cry that easily. So I decided I might aswell give the entire series a try. Worst idea I've ever had. The first book was OK, I'll give Stolarz this, the storyline was exciting, the characters were not the most inter
What would you do if one of your friends has really bad nightmares and suffering from that all night? Stacey Brown is the one who has really bad nightmares and can predict the future. A year before, Stacey Brown had saved her best friend, Drea, from a death through the nightmares. Now, she is having nightmares again about something. One day, she meet guy named Jacob. And he said he is from Colorado and having nightmares about Stacey so he moved to here, where Stacey lives, to save her. First tim ...more
Great book. Gives a lot of interesting details about spells and so separates itself from other teen books with an unusually gifted teenager. Loved the inclusion of Jacob. The book wraps you up in its mystery so that you're racing to get to the end, just like the first one. The killer's easier to pick out in this one than in the first book, though.

The one thing I have a beef with is that being a Christian, I hate seeing God's name uncapitalized. If an author doesn't believe in God and doesn't wan
I ABSOLUTELY love this series but in this book
Stacy needs to get a grip and stop being so Damn selfish. I mean really if she would stop trying to figure out every little detail to her nightmares she could try to actually figure out hte big picture! And is she trying to completely ruin any chances she has at a normal life? Every single time she gets into a fight with Chad and Drea she storms off, more concerned with saving her own butt when she has completely no idea who's trying to kill her. Sh
Melissa Mcvicker
A year has passed since Stacey has experienced her last nightmares, and just as things seem to be getting back to normal for once, they start coming back. She worries because her nightmares are the same as last years, about ghost who have been murdered and a crazy stalker. She most worried about these nightmares because of what happened last year. Last year, her nightmares led her to Veronica Leeman’s body, which was found on the bathroom floor. She tries everything she can to her nightmares st ...more
I thought this book is really interesting. This book is the second book of the Blue is for Nightmares series. I thought this book was good because of where the story took place and it was really similar to the first book so I knew that I would like this book. Even though it wasn't as good as the first book, I still liked it because of all the twist and turns in the book. It made the book more interesting and really captures me into it like that.
The 2nd book in the "Blue Is For Nightmares" series, this one was really a carbon copy of the first.

Once again, I enjoyed Stacey's holistic approach to magic in contrast to other stories where the magic isn't always used toward good purpose. She even meets another white witch in this book, a nice touch.

What bothered me was that the plot was so similar to the previous book, even down to the group of students wanting to recreate events from last year. I can't help thinking Ms. Stolarz was rather c
One stalker down, another to go. A nice sequel to Blue is for Nightmares, you can really see Stacey growing as a character as she meets new people, new things happen, and her love life even starts to bloom again. A nice merge of magic, mystery, and that little touch of romance.
I can't even start how great this book is it was so shocking and it had mysteries. The characters in this book are Stacey,Amber,chad,PJ,Drea and Jacob. Stacey just had finished having nightmares about people last year. But then suddenly Stacey starts throwing up in her sleep and her boyfriend Chad they been going out for a year. He was really worried about her but Stacey then knew that it was happening all over again. Stacey usually has dreams about saving other people from being killed but this ...more
Bre Severance
This book was the best!!!!! im soo happy its a series! idk what i would do if there was none!!!!!!! Its an amazing book thats keeping u at the edge of your seat! i just love it!!! <3
Theresa Mayott
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Braulianna Patoc
Loved the beginning and the end. It made me sit on the edge of my seat while I was on a roadtrip on the way to Idaho, and finished it in about 7 hours. With every other chapter there was a question to mind. Really scared me on some parts. I was imagining corpse party scenes while the nightmares were happening. I didnt read any of the previous books of this series because I didnt know there were any. But I would like to read them. I buy books at thrift shops because I feel like they hold more mea ...more
knowing how to do spells can draw power, but it can also draw in love.
Fangirl squeals throughout the whole time!. Tripped out A LOT since I read this at night. In the dark. *Chills* Really got my heart pumping, crazy-awesome!.

Really liked the story line. The past, present, and future clashes all together and come into question. What is happening? Why it's happening? What is real and what is not? Stacy cannot answer these questions without the help of her friends and mother, and add in a mysterious new face boy. Is he telling the truth? Can she trust him? Stacy alr
The Gist

After finally catching the killer and saving her best friend Drea, Stacey has returned back to school. She has also finally caught the eye of Chad and is very excited to now be in a relationship with him. Now she is having more nightmares which mostly revolve around crazy stalkers and the little girl she used to babysit, Maura. While all this is happening she soon becomes in contact with the new student Jacob. He is a complete mystery to her and now has to deal with her conflicting feeli
The characters in this book are Stacey, Drea, Amber, Jacob, and Chad. Stacey and Chad have been going out for almost a year, but things aren't looking too good for their future. Drea and Amber are Stacey's two best friends. Amber is the funky type. She dresses and acts how she wants. But Drea on the other hand is much different. Her and Chad used to go out, but she still has feelings for him. Lastly, Jacob is a witch, just like Stacey. He came from Colorado to help Stacey because he knew that sh ...more
The Blue Is For Nightmares Series is one of my favorite series, because it is very exciting and I always wonder what will happen next. White Is For Magic, which is the second book of the series, is AMAZING! It is also very suspensful, which I love, especially if you read this book at night! If you read this book, you will become addicted to finding out what will happen next! The events that happen are always shocking and unpredictable, so as I said, you are always excited to find out what will h ...more
White is For Magic is the sequel to Blue is For Nightmares. In this one, Stacey is having dreams again, like the ones she had about Drea. Only this time, they’re about her. She’s still dating Chad, but she falls for a mysterious new student named Jacob that wants to talk to her because he’s a witch too, and he thinks he can help Stacey with her nightmares.

In the book, the man molested Maura and got put in jail. Stacey was young and thought it would be smart to send him a letter saying she would
I picked up White is for Magic because I read Blue is for Nightmare in the fall. I liked Blue is for Nightmare. It was entertaining, but I really didn't care one way or another for the characters. I felt like it was trying too hard. I only picked up the other books in the series because my students were reading Blue is for Nightmare like mad. And the other books have sat in the bag from B&N on my office floor since October. The only reason they have resurfaced is for a reading challenge I'm ...more
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The book only took a few days to read, not because of depth or because of length but rather for time. Once you get reading it has a tendency to hook you into it and want to finish it. To know why, who, where, when, it's the mystery type of novel. I was impressed by how it stuck to the teenage girl mind and that it actually sounded like a 16-17 year old girl. There were times where the writing seemed a little mature, yet it kept me reading.

It is the second book in the Laurie Faria Stolarz series
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I liked this book a lot. While I may have loved the plot of the first book more, I was just glad there was no bedwetting in this one. Of course, instead Stacey is puking all over the place this time. Still kinda gross, especially when the phrase 'puke spooge' is used on page 2. But I have to say the constant upchucking was loads better than Stacey always pissing her pants.

I felt like this book wasn't as creepy as the first. In this one, Stacey is getting weird letters saying that she's going to

The Book White Is For Magic is a story about a 17 year-old girl in boarding school who has premonitions in her dreams of what is going to happen in real life. Stacy Brown has been having premonitions for weeks about a little girl she knows who died a year ago and someone else running from a man trying to kill her. A boy named Jacob who is her age, from another state comes to her school to tell her that the girl in her dreams is her and there is a man trying to kill her from an incident that happ
After reading "Blue is for Nightmares" I decided to try the second book in the series, "White is for Magic." I mean the bed wetting was specific to the situation in the first book and that was my only real complaint. BUT… once again I was annoyed. In this book Stacey is puking all the time. Also relevant to the story like the bed wetting but still! I am reluctant to read the rest of the series because I just don’t know how many more bodily fluids I want to read about this girl secreting. Once ag ...more
Ik vond dit best een goed boek, maar niet fantastisch. Het was mij aangeraden door een vriendin en zij vond het een kei goed verhaal, dat was de enige reden dat ik het boek tot het einde had doorgelezen...

Ik heb het eerst niet gelezen, het kan zijn dat dat de reden is dat ik het niet zo wauw vond?

Wel was het op een heel goede manier geschreven, het verhaal werd uitgelegd zodat je eigenlijk zonder het eerste boek, toch weet wat er gebeurd is.

De protagonist is Stacey Brown, ze heeft nachtmerries w
This is the second book in the Blue is for Nightmares series by Stolarz. I thought that this book was a bit better than the first book. This book does follow in the same vein as the first book in that is weaves creepy story that keeps you on the edge of your seat and keeps you guessing.

It is the start of the new school year and Stacey is having nightmares again. Only for reason these nightmares are about people who have died in her past. Stacey figures out that this time it is her life on the li
Anarissa Chronicles
The second book is BLUE IS FOR NIGHTMARES series is the best one yet. Not only was this book filled with action, but there was romance in here as well. Meet Jacob. He's a witch just like Stacey and I loved the chemistry between the two.

At first when the nightmares come back to Stacey and the creepy messages, I was getting worried that it was Jacob. The furhter I read into the book, the more I fell in love with him and the less I wanted him to turn out the evil one. But a spolier is involved, so
It's been a year since the events narrated in Blue is for Nightmares. Stacey Brown is a senior at Hillcrest boarding school, and shares a room with her friends Drea and Amber. Stacey is dating Drea's ex-boyfriend Chad, and everything is all right. However, weird things start happening again. Stacey has dreams about Maura, the little girl whom she was babysitting and who was killed, and Veronica Leeman, the girl who was murdered last year by Drea's stalker.

Then Stacey meets Jacob, a new boy at sc
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Laurie Faria Stolarz grew up in Salem, MA, attended Merrimack College, and received an MFA in Creative Writing from Emerson College in Boston.

Laurie Faria Stolarz is an American author of young adult fiction novels, best known for her Blue is for Nightmares series. Her works, which feature teenage protagonists, blend elements found in mystery and romance novels.

Stolarz found sales success with he
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“Miss Mary Mack, Mack, Mack, all dressed in black, black, black. She has a knife, knife, knife, stuck in her back, back, back. She cannot breathe, breathe, breathe. She cannot cry, cry, cry. Thats why she begs, begs, begs. She begs to die, die ,die..” 194 likes
“We sit there, our eyes locked on one another, for several seconds. I know in my heart we're both thinking the same thing. Jacob leans forward over the candle, the shadow of the flame dancing against his bottom lip. I lean forward to meet him as well. It's a kiss full of promise, of trust, and of all that is magic.” 78 likes
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