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White is for Magic by Laurie Faria Stolarz is about a high school girl named Stacy and a year later it's happening again. She is having terrible and disturbing nightmares. However this time they are about her past. There are also other problems.

Stacey can't ignore the strange letters that she's been receiving. There is No return address, no signature - and the same messages she's been hearing in her nightmares.

What's worse is that Stacey's not the only one having nightmares. There's a new boy named Jacob and he claims that he's been having nightly premonitions of Stacey's death for months. He says his dreams so realistic that he transferred schools to find her and stop the killer. Stacy now has to trust Jacob or else there will be consequences. ( )
1 vote ctmsnocr | Nov 21, 2011 |
Stacey is a Wiccan teenager who has premonitions of death. When she starts having nightmares, she must put together the clues that come to her in her dreams to figure out who is trying to kill her.

I absolutely love this series! Stolarz once again sucks the reader in from page one and keeps you reading all night long. If you like magic and fantasy, this is a book for you!

Series order: Blue, White, Silver, Red, Black ( )
  simply00complex | Aug 12, 2011 |
White is for Magic is the second in the Stolarz series. It continues to follow the life of Stacey Brown in her senior year of boarding school. She has been getting nightmares about Maura and Veronica who have already died. She qustions why she is dreaming about people she saw murdered and Drea who she saved last year from Donnovan. Then she meets a Jacob a transfer student from colorado who comes to her aid as she starts to think she may be next. I over all really enjoyed the book. ( )
  ErPi111 | Jan 31, 2011 |
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 desperatley casts healing spells, a new student named Jacob enters her world. Beautiful and mysteroius, he reveals that he is also having dreams. To stop a killer, they must join together.

My own Opinion of this book is that it's pretty good. It has it's drama points and scarey moments and action. I don't like how it's set at a slow pace but near the end everything starts to come along. I believe the author of this book makes some pretty good books. ( )
  NickF. | Oct 19, 2010 |
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 line and a creepy stalker is out to get her.

This is once again a skillfully woven story. It is full of suspense and is very creepy. There is some magic woven in in the form of Stacey's visions and her practicing magic. There were some things that I thought were improved over the first book. While the Wiccan rituals are still very much a part of the book, I didn't think they distracted from the story this time. I also thought the inclusion of Jacob was wonderful; he is a great character and keeps the story interesting.

The story was still kind of over-creepy for me; very teen horror movie without all of the gore.

This book could be read as a stand alone book; although I think it would make more sense to you if you read the first book in the series (Blue is for Nightmares).

Good book; I look forward to reading the next book Silver is for Secrets. ( )
  krau0098 | Feb 8, 2010 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0738704431, Paperback)

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 killer, they must join together. But can Jacob be trusted? Or will this new love cause her darkest dreams to come true?

Don't miss a single book in the series:
Blue is for Nightmares
White is for Magic
Silver is for Secrets
Red is for Remembrance

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Sixteen-year-old hereditary witch Stacey Brown is having nightmares that predict death again, but this time the murderous stalker is after her.

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