Laurie Faria Stolarz Writing Styles in Blue Is for Nightmares

Laurie Faria Stolarz
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Point of View

The book is narrated by Stacey. It is her point of view that is prevalent throughout the story. This makes the story quite strong while it is also full of spells and premonitions. Her voice influences the story through her own sometimes not quite mature perspective, interesting insights as well as criticism of herself.

Stacey deeply cares about her friend Drea, and it resonates throughout the story, as we also become perplexed with Stacey's dilemmas when she is unable to get along or communicate with her roommate. Her relationship with Drea is also complicated because despite the affection she feels for her after knowing her for quite some time, she finds herself in love with Drea's former boyfriend. Drea still hopes that she is going to be reunited with Chad, making it even more difficult for Stacey to know how to relate to him, what to...

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