A collection of interconnected short stories chronicling one day in the life of ten teenagers. Read “Bleed” by Laurie Faria Stolarz with Rakuten Kobo. Over the course of a single summer day, ten teenagers in Salem, Massachusetts, will discover. BLEED. by Laurie Faria Stolarz. Age Range: 14 & up. BUY NOW FROM and since most of the kids that populate Stolarz’s desolate teenage.
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The book has many events that would make the reader get sucked into the book to make them feel like they are the character, or just to a point where they just cannot resist the book itself. Since, most of the situations that the teens got themselves into were typical to began with and then they were carried out typically.
I can’t say I remember the entire plot or any characters specifically but I do recall being left with questions. Books by Laurie Faria Stolarz. May 31, Ali rated it really liked it Shelves: Bleed was not the book I should have read at that particular time I did. This Book is interesting from begging to the end. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout.
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A nice way to spend my time. Stoalrz ask other readers questions about Bleedplease sign up. Jan 25, Angelina Simmons added it. While reading xtolarz book, I found it hard to follow because every chapter is from a new perspective and unlike other books that I have read, the author never goes back to the same author.
Every chapter was a different persons perspective. Most of the characters in the book never knew each other except a few and by those few individuals, the other individuals started to know each other.
While the characters are developed with some degree of complexity, most are either shallow or mean-spirited, making it difficult to establish an emotional connection beyond that of disinterested pity or disdain. I know what it feels like to want somebody you can’t have because they either have a girlfriend or they just see you as a friend.
Lacking development, lacking a fast paced plot, lacking well just about everything. The stories of each character would enjoyable stoparz Do i like this book yes of course it was very good.
Another time was when one of the characters had to deal with her stupid friends, who were boys, messing with her which I also had to deal with. The characters and plot were interesting enough, but it just seemed like it was lacking.
Review of “Bleed” by Laurie Faria Stolarz – The Surveyor
I loved the book, even as it made me cringe and thank heavens I am no longer a teenager. There is Nicole, whose decision to betray her best friend will shock everyone, most of all herself; Kelly, who meets the convicted felon she has been writing to for years; Maria, whose definition of a true friend is someone who will cut her. Sep 01, Danalky rated blred liked it. Would you like us to take another look at this review?
The title should be at least 4 characters long. Sadie, the eleven-year-old who isn’t the ideal size or weight or even the girl that her mother wants her to be, and the one that has to be constantly compared to her older, meaner sister, Ginger. I think I liked the ending because it wasn’t awful although Sean should’ve broken up with Kelly right there.
She desperately wants to be with him even though she already has a boyfriend, Sean O’Connell. The book was supposed to be about how these lives were tied together; however, blded only vaguely tied the characters together and there was unfinished thoughts at the end of the book.
Citation Stolarz, Laurie F. Don’t waste your time. Joy call This is definitely an interesting book.
I was looking forward to sgolarz more from this author but this ending discourages me to do so, maybe I’ll take a break from her for a while.
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The author gives each individual a chance to tell his or her own story or at least the part of the story they want you to see and know, but we are also offered glimpses of the other characters through the stories told by those around them. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
That all of those different people are all connected and they don’t even know that they are is crazy. Jun blewd, Savvina rated it did not like it Shelves: But each chapter is told from a different point of view, and some of them are at the same times as other and some are continuations in a different perspective. White is for Magic.
Laurie Faria Stolarz is an American author of young adult fiction novels, best known for her Blue is for Nightmares series.
Book titles OR Journal titles. The stories of each character would enjoyable sometime cute and sometimes funny so this book included everything, but what I cannot get over is the ending I think thats blerd ruins this book for me. Sadie and Ginger’s mother is obsessed with food.