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Gris secret (Blue is for Nightmares #3)

4.09 of 5 stars 4.09  ·  rating details  ·  7,500 ratings  ·  252 reviews
Plus de stress, ni de cauchemars. L'été est radieux. Un bungalow sur la plage suffit au bonheur de Lucy. Sans oublier Jacob qui est là, tout près d'elle. Jusqu'au jour où ça recommence. Le rêve prémonitoire le plus horrible qui soit. Au sujet de leur nouvelle amie, Clara. Elle est en grand danger. Et Jacob s'éloigne de Lucy. Est-il en train de la trahir ou de la protéger c ...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published March 1st 2010 by Albin Michel Jeunesse (first published January 1st 2005)
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What the hell just happened here?

I honestly don't even know how I feel about this book. Literally every character in this book pissed me off at one point. Actually, the only one who I could stand at the end was Jacob. Everything about this plot had me frustrated. How - after 2 years of this - Stacey's friends still question her nightmares. It's like, wake the fuck up! She saved your asses before, have some god damn faith!

And Stacey, come on! Grow a god damn backbone and speak up. For a main c
I have only red Blue, White and Silver, but I thought this was the best one so far. I thought I could follow the story better. It was more mystery than drama and magical. The story was a little unbelieveable and I HATED the end. The story gives a lot leading up to what happens and then it just falls off and the book ends. I guess it just leaves you hanging and now I have to go read Red is for Remebrance.
Erika Schoeps
I wrote an entire review and then Goodreads erased it.

Future Erika: Don't reread this series. It was lame, and all the girls were slut and fat shaming each other. You predicted the ending 75% through. All the characters were indistinguishable or a caricature of what the author though was a "cool teenager".
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Haley Ellis
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The third book in the series, this just might be the best one. Quick read with a twist ending that wasn't entirely obvious from the start.

Stacey is used to having strange nightmares. And after the last few years, she's used to those nightmares coming true, unless she does something about it. So during the summer after high school graduation, when she's supposed to be having the time of her life at the beach with her boyfriend and best buds, the nightmares begin again. This time about a flirty gi
This is my favorite book out of the whole series. I love that they are heading off to college and are leaving all of the bad stuff that happened at her boarding school last year behind. I also love that because they aren't in school anymore they have more freedom in that book to go places and to do things outside of school. The only thing that I don't like is what happens at the end of the book.
This book was not as amazing as the first two, but it was still an enjoyable read. The entire lagacy of "blue is for nightmares" is just plain amazing, the storyline and the information it gives just makes me so happy. Its good to know that there are atleast a few peices of literature that don't completely demean the wiccan religon.
Bre Severance
It was amazing, but I was scared during the end tho because it was sad and scary. But it was awesome and made me read till the end!
a little more scarier
this book is so sad
i cried a few days ago when i was reading this book
No!!!! So creative. Saw it coming. Great twists. Loved the plot. No!!!! *sniffles*

I spoiled it for myself a bit. I knew the outcome. I just didn't know how it was going to happen, so I was still safe. Still came as a shock to me. I feel for Stacy big time. Not once did I ever think of the possibility that things could have happened the way they did. It was obvious things were fishy. Jacob's distant self, keeping secrets from Stacy. Drea and Chad having a rough patch. Courtesy of Carla from 'Conn
This is the 3rd in this magical YA series, and I liked it more than either of the first two. Stacey is a white witch, taught by her grandmother and practicing her craft with the help of a scrapbook of collected spells handed down by the women in her family. I love the author's use of simple, natural items for the spells that simply help Stacey sharpen her senses in order to help her friends. This is magic that isn't scary or all powerful, so hopefully those who are frightened or intimidated by w ...more
Jordan Williamson
Predicting the Future
For my book project I read Silver is for Secrets. Silver is for secrets was written by , Sharon Draper and was published in February 8, 2005. This is a fiction book with a character named Stacey , who is supposedly a mind reader.
Silver is for Secrets is a book about a girl named Stacey and a few of her friends. Summer has just started and so have the murders , Stacey isn't a normal teen. Stacey is having dreams , but whenever she has dream or nightmare they just so happen
Dec 14, 2009 Jocey rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Jocey by: Daniellesof2014
Silver is for Secrets is a book about a girl name Stacey Brown. Stacey is a 18 year old girl, who decides to go rent a cottage for summer vacation with her friends. Her main internal struggle is that she can sense when something bad is going to happen. Her main external struggle is that she has to protect this girl named Clara who is really out to get her.

During my time reading this book I made a text-to-text connection. This book reminded me of the House of Nights series. In that series the m
Stacey Brown an 18 year old girl is having nightmares. Stacey is on a vacation with her friends Amber, Drea, Pj, Chad and her boyfriend Jacob. She meets a girl named Clara who is staying there a couple of cottages away. When Stacey shakes her hand a cold shiver goes up her spine, Clara was going to die. Now Stacey has to put the pieces together now, to find out what the truth really is, to save Clara’s life, until she finds out who really is behind the whole thing.

I can connect this book to Nanc
This book is also a sequel for Blue is For Nightmares and White is For Magic. In this book, Chad, Drea, PJ, Amber, Stacey, and Jacob rent a beach house for the summer. Stacey starts having nightmares about a girl they meet named Clara. Stacey tries her hardest to help Clara, even though there’s something weird about her and no one likes her.

In the end, Clara ends up shocking everyone by doing something bad. I connect this to an episode of NCIS where a woman pretends to lose her memory. She end
Summer Szell
Definitely the best book of the series so far :-) It's great to see Stolarz's growth as an author throughout each book. Unlike most series where the follow up books lose their luster, the books in this series keep getting better. The setting will make most readers reminisce about their fun summer vacations and give them a feeling of nostalgia. Add that to the new dilemma Stolarz has conjured up and we have another fast-paced, entertaining and suspenseful read. Stolarz has added more to PJ's pers ...more
Rachel (The Rest Is Still Unwritten)
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Lisa Asanuma
Wholly satisfying read. As creepy as the first book, but less anti-climactic at the end. I could see the twist coming, but that didn't stop it from being suspenseful, because the all-out-crazy was off-setting enough. The end didn't make me cry but was very well done... very much looking forward to reading the fourth book.

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Stacey Brown has finally graduated and is looking forward to a nice, relaxing summer renting a beach house with her boyfriend and good
I must say that this book was actually really good. I wasn't expecting to like it as much as I did. I liked the first book, the second was a bit of a miss. This book more than made up for the little nagging things bothering me from the previous books. Once again, Stacey is having nightmares and I was a kind of peeved that I'd have to read more about her puking everywhere and bedwetting. Thankfully, the clues this time were a lot less disgusting than the others. I could deal with the nose bleeds ...more
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It’s happening again. Two years after saving her best friend’s life, and only a year after saving her own, Stacey Brown is having nightmares again-in full swing. This time, Stacey’s nightmares are about someone she has barely even talked to before, a boy-crazy girl named Clara. Her nightmares are scaring her, but she is getting no support from her friends. Drea and Amber hate Clara for flirting with PJ and Chad, and Stacey’s boyfriend, Jacob, is not much help either. He is keeping secrets from h ...more
A real amazing book that truly moved me. A definite 5 stars from me.
We all know how hard it is to keep secrets from each other, and how painful they can end up being. We all know what it's like to have so much on our plates, socially; that it seems like everything is falling apart with the one or ones we truly love. The first two books were awesome, though the ending of the first books made me cringe slightly. Stacey Brown ended up with a jock, booooooring. The ending of the second book made my
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The story of Silver is for Secrets is the most interesting book in the Blue is for nightmares series. Stacey Brown has just finished High School and is spending her summer before college with her best friends, Drea, Amber, Chad, PJ, and her boyfriend Jacob. Stacey comes across the new girl in town Clara, and knows something wrong already by the way her spine shivers when she shakes her hand. Soon before she knows it Clara is the next victim of Stacey’s nightmares. With the stress of these dreams ...more
Binu Thomas
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Silver is for Secrets is the 3rd part of the series "Blue is for Nightmares". Its a supernatural series of books revolving around the main protagonist Stacey and her nightmares. She has a knack of foreseeing future (usually the unfortunate events) and tries her level best to prevent the event from happening. This book is about her experiences with her friends and a stranger named Clara while taking a summer break.

The writing is simple, clear and a single person account of eve
Jan 12, 2011 Julie rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Julie by: I read the previous two books
Here we are yet again, watching as young witch Stacey Brown suffers through nightmare precognitions with icky side effects. Honestly, the nosebleeds are probably the least gross so far.

Again, the various characters behave in ridiculously immature and selfish ways (and do I really need to hear about someone picking a wedgie in EVERY volume?) that keep me from liking them all that much. In addition, there are (as usual) several possible outcomes of who the real baddies could be, so I find that I a
Stacey and all her friends and boyfriend from high school are now graduated and taking a summer away from it all before college. Stacey wants nothing more than to have a "normal" summer, one that she doesn't have nightmares or people to worry about saving. Unfortunately that isn't the case. After a few nights away, Stacey starts dreaming about a girl they just met at the beach...and the danger that girl is in. It's hard to help a stranger that doesn't fully understand her, but Stacey feels the n ...more
This was a quick read in the sense that I didn't want to put it down. I love the treatment of folk magic as a normal, harmonious part of life instead of some goofy, "cool" thing Stacey does.

My biggest criticism is the liberal use of derogatory labels used to describe Clara and the general meanness the girls exhibit towards one another. "They're just teenagers" shouldn't be an excuse for how Amber and Drea in particular are so critical of one another's appearances. Yes, it's a picture of how look
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