Laurie Faria Stolarz is the author of Deadly Little Secret and Bleed, as well as the highly popular young adult novels Blue Is for Nightmares, White Is for Magic. Camelia Hammond thought her powers of psychometry gave her only the ability to sense the future through touch. But now she has started to hear voices. Review. Deadly Little Secret: A Touch Novel. by Laurie Faria Stolarz. Sixteen- year-old Camelia Hammond leads an average life, going to.
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The writing was as good as it always is, the characters are as quirky as ever, and the plot just as sketchy. Everyone at school thinks Ben is creepy and Camelia shouldn’t be hanging around him 5.
Will I be reading the dealdy book? The diary entrees between the chapters was a great addition, adding to the intrigue. He keeps his distance, but then breaks it, confusing Camelia. Books by Laurie Faria Stolarz.
One of my favorite parts of the book littke reading the stalkers journal entries. I certainly knew that it would be someone who was close to Camelia, but I just could not figure out who it was that was stalking her.
Finally the best friend admits something strange may be going on, but really she insists there’s no proof these events are really connected.
Deadly Little Voices – Laurie Stolarz
Lists with This Book. However, I think I preferred this novel more due to the well paced story line which flowed a lot easier. I’m a sucker for knowing how things end, so chances are I will continue w Argh I try my best to push them away,to focus instead on the cold stloarz clammy sensation of the mound and the way it helps me relax.
Interspersed among the chapters are the internal thoughts of the stalker who has become obsessed with Camelia. The revelations in this one leave a lot of possibilities in Deadly Little Game, the next installment.
I’ll for sure finish the series but hopefully llittle get back on track. To ask other readers questions about Deadly Little Secretplease sign up.
Touch Series by Laurie Faria Stolarz
I cover my ears, but the insults keep coming. Camelia started to receive notes gifts litt,e picture of herself and felt someone watching her. At the same time, Camelia begins to get odd things in the mail like pictures of herself with slightly creepy and foreboding messages scribbled on them.
WELL, not when it came to the stalker aspect, at least. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. She’s reluctant to believe the rumors, even when her friends try to convince her otherwise. She was insensitive to Camelia’s feelings and only really thought of herself, it was always her her her.
At the same time, Camelia begins to g 2. Stolarz was once alurie able to make the stalker aspect of the story incredibly creepy, while countering it with Camelia’s and Ben’s complicated and sizzling relationship. I could not figure out if I should trust him or secrst at Camelia to run the tother way!
They kept me on my toes and really were very entertaining. What’s the Name o BUT this is a story and just like yelling at the movie screen when the chick does the same as above, it is fruitless and pointless so I move on.
I enjoyed myself and thought this was a nice book to lay down and read I didn’t get bored once throughout the book and did not feel as though it dragged, which annoys me all too well. You don’t get to know Camelia all that well, even though she narrates – there’s not much going on in her head aside from describing what she sees.
At some point it did slow down, but it always thrilled me to see what was going to happen next. Brokenhearted, Camelia has spent the last few months studying everything she can about psychometry and experiencing strange brushes w Last fall, sixteen-year-old Camelia fell for Ben, a new boy at school who had a very mysterious gift — psychometry, the ability to sense the future through touch.
Ben denies ever saving her life, and claims, he is being mistaken for someone else. So I think I’m totally justified in telling you to shut up and stop being so self obsessed. All I can say is Poor Ben, can this guy catch a break? She made sense and I agred with her point of view most of the time.
I really liked this. I actually don’t gravitate toward this genre but I am more and more as of late. From what I’m reading, I was not the only one who though this was eerily similar to Twilight.
And then it happens again. Laurie Faria Stolarz is an American author of young adult fiction novels, best known for her Blue is for Nightmares series. He avoids her until one day in Chemistry class when he accidentally touches her – and all hell breaks loose.
I was captivated throughout. But most importantly, what was going on with those creepy, whispered voices? I just hope the next book is a little more practical.
I finished it in a matter of hours. It pulls at my heart strings that he has had to isolate himself for so long. This was an awesome book. As luck would have it, the last empty seat in the room is next to Camelia–and then Ben walks in.
In regards to the harassing calls and messages that begin resurfacing around Camelia, at times I felt incredibly agitated with her for not going to her parents, and wanted to yell at her for not being more aggressive about her safety.
It felt unnecessary to add a love triangle because all it contributed was more drama and a sort of odd twist.
Deadly Little Secret
What I have learned from this book is that you can never trust anyone no matter how well you know them because they can always turn on you. Too many clues were left behind and I had figured out the culprict before Camelia, which diminished the scary side for me, that was more pronounced at the beginning of the book.
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