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. Review. Deadly Little Secret: A Touch Novel. by Laurie Faria Stolarz. Sixteen- year-old Camelia Hammond leads an average life, going to. Deadly Little Secret Author: Laurie Faria Stolarz Goodreads| Amazon| Author Website. Sixteen year old Camelia had a fairly ordinary life until.
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It reminds me a little of New Moon, only she’s not nearly as depressed as Bella was. Sure, the details change, but it’s the same basic story.
Deadly Little Secret Summary & Study Guide
Ben, Adam, her aunt who has the same ability as Camelia, but has gone mentally unstable, and Camelia’s best friend, Kimmie.
My favourite part of this book is where Camelia I really really love this series, though I must admit that I had my doubts initially for the second and third books because the plot secref seem to be going anywhere, other than Camelia having premonitions of something bad happening or being stalked by someone. I am looking forward to next book to see what is going on.
Ben is not a Vampire, he is psyhometric. Then Secrrt comes back to school. Ben insists she’s in danger and that he can help her, but who can she trust? View all 7 comments. I am pleased that I stuck with this series and it seems to be paying off, and if the improvements continue, I think the last book in the series will be fantastic.
I liked seeing Wes and Kimmie again, and her mom’s vegan tendencies and her really cool dad. The plot diverges after this little bit of prettied-up plagiarism, and turns into a Mysterious Stalker novel Camelia has a stalker. Other books in the series.
For being a good girl. Does it have any scary parts or stuff?
The book was full of shocking surprises and revelations, earning the book five stars. Not to put down any fans of this series, but it feels like this book is more for younger teens like than young adults, and certainly, in my opinion, not entertaining enough to hold the attention of adults. Feb 27, Paige rated it really liked it.
Up until three months ago, everything in sixteen-year-old Camelia’s life had been fairly ordinary: He is so caring and attentive I just want to wrap him up and put him in my pocket.
Thank god he finally gives and goes to her and says that he won’t leave her. Then when the letter said that the guy told her his name was Ben I was just like so happy it was him. I know I’m just blabbering but Deadly Little Lessons is too far away!
That is why I brought my fifth star down, her character was very irritating and just thought everything was a joke from one of the other guys when it was very serious and Camelia’s life was in danger. Hopefully, Camelia decides to view spoiler [stay broken up with Ben hide spoiler ] because I was mega happy when view spoiler [she got with Adam at the end hide spoiler ]. Crazy for Young A What kept this story going was the eeriness of the dual POV, how the stalker’s warped sense of possession grew over time until it toppled things over.
It was either that or haul off and smack her stupid little face. I seriously was to enthralled to put it down!!! Why are they taking out their prejudices against someone barely even related to the issue? That’s right girl power. When I picked up the first book of the series, I did not expect very much from Laurie Stolarz-I had never heard of her and never seen any of her books before. Jul 19, thebookblogger rated it it was amazing.
The story focuses on Camelia being stalked again and as much as I enjoyed that aspect of the plot, it felt overdone. 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. But what really irritated me is the fact that Camelia never told her parents or the authorities when the stalker’s behavior got exceptionally creepy and this didn’t seem realistic at all.
Kimmie’s family does get more light shone on them, and we can learn through Camelia’s observations the break down of a family and how it affects Kimmie, which was a nice touch.
Deadly Little Lies
Ben, or all the other people telling her not to? This book kept me in suspense the entire time. This was one of my biggest problems with Camelia. After the heroine has her house broken into, receives creepy pictures of herself and starts getting death threats she decides something strange might be happening.
But I get why because if we didn’t have that many choices of who the stalker could be it wouldn’t have the suspense we are presented. Most of the changes are good For the first half its a 3, since well, its good and all but the love triangle ish I guess you can call it, sort of, was just awkward and I really need to stop putting off reading some of these sequels to series I had started liking then started losing interest.
My therapist says that I need to tell my side of things in order to regain my voice. I don’t think it has any violence of sexual content. Love Kimmie and Wes.
At the end of the book, it had me exhausted on trying to follow the story and the many twist and turns. Three months later, a new school year has begun and Camelia sees her mystery man.
Unlike last time, I totally didn’t know that it was blankity blank who was the stalker.
Deadly Little Secret
I was up late last night, determined to finish the last 13 chapters or so. Her works, which feature teenage protagonists, blend elements found in mystery and romance novels. The light writing had me engaged into the book, although I would have liked it to be more descriptive.
There is someone wanting to kill Camelia.