Blue Is for Nightmares - Chapter 31-35 Summary & Analysis

Laurie Faria Stolarz
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Chapter 31-35 Summary

In Chapter 31, Stacey returns to her room. Just as she is to enter it she meets Madame LeCharge who questions her about her absence during the assembly meeting. She is curious about her attending the police station. Stacey withdraws to the room concerned about Drea's disappearance. She still hopes to find her, even though there is only seven hours left till midnight. She has Amber's phone that is now charged.

She tries to contact Officer Tate and her mother to no avail. She consults her book for spell directions to channel the spirits. She uses the letters in her scrabbles that she separates into Y tiles for yes and N tiles for no. Her Q tiles stand for question marks, placing them in between. She calls her own grandmother, Ann Blake who the stalker is. Her hands are guided towards the...

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