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 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 what ruins this book for me. While reading this 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.

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ztolarz I think there has to be a certain high level of idiocy involved here. Apr 05, Kristi is currently reading it Recommends it for: The story that happens next is a person named Kelly Pickerel.

Since, most people never realize how their actions and attitude can affect people that they don’t even know that stolafz. Not only the time but my friends’ reviews as well really got over me. For example the When I finally obtained a copy of this last week, I was so excited. No story ever actually reached a conclusion, only leaving an annoying trail of unanswered questions.

In my opinion, I would recommend this book to anyone who is in love with dramatic books. Their lives for the day; but at the end of the story there didn’t seem to be any closure.

Between the anger, the danger, and the perversions that motivate the various characters, the stories focus on at least ten ways of being dysfunctional. In addition, the ending left the reader hanging with blsed question in mind: However, even though these books are by the same author, I thought that the Blue is for Nightmares series was better bled Bleed.


Derik thinks that he can have any girl he wants, and Sean, Kellys boyfriend, stolarx wants to do the right thing. The characters were dull and one dimensional. I do ot take anything significant away from this book, I am satisfied with the storyline so I therefore do not have to take anything away from this book but Stklarz would not read it again because of the ending. Lists with This Book. In one of the teenagers’ past, it’s mentioned how she used to know one of the guys in front of her as they were neighbors and used to play and eerily mentioned later how the same kid had said once “you’re the mother, I’m the father, and this is our bedroom No trivia or quizzes yet.

Jan 26, Carla rated it it was amazing Shelves: It’s like she loved them all, didn’t feel like givin’ them a huge history but figured they all needed to be in this syolarz together. This book followed the lives of 10 teenagers over one day. April 27, Imprint: Almost as if she didn’t have the balls to get rid of a few. That all of those different people are all connected and they don’t even know that they are is crazy. We appreciate your feedback. The stories take place over the course of one day, and as the characters lives cross paths, it becomes evident that any decisions made can and will influence the others—sometimes unintentionally.

You want to see a grand conclusion of how everything works out for them. Sean is torn between his loyalty to his girlfriend and the possibility of finding something more with her friend, while Ginger’s single-minded pursuit to bring down her nemesis only proves that they may be more alike than she thought. The technique of changing point-of-view for each chapter and how they tie together is also an excellent example for writing.

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But come on, that’s not crazy, that’s stupid! Bleed by Laurie Faria Stolarz. This book is filled with such description and excitement; you can feel the goosebumps crawling up your skin as you read. Joy hates boys and gets revenge on Robby and another boy from high school.


Laurie Faria Stolarz is an American author of young adult fiction novels, best known for her Blue is for Nightmares series. Open Preview See a Problem?

All of their stories somehow weave together to make one book. sotlarz

Game Over, Pete Watson. For example, in the book there’s different situations that are all happening at the same time but they’re all bleef in one way or another. A nice way to spend my time. Over the course of a single summer day, ten teenagers in Salem, Massachusetts, will discover important truths about themselves and each other. When I finally obtained a copy of this last week, I was so excited.

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Stacey and Nicole are more down to earth and Kelly and Drea are sort of pretentious and snotty. Also it would make your eyes want more to read, you would be excited to see what happens next in the book. Then there’s Maria Krito, who soon discovers that a best friend may not necessarily be someone who is willing to cut her, even though that’s the only way for Sadie Dubinsky to finally become her friend.

I was so wrooong. Thanks for telling us about the problem. With more than two million books sold worldwide, Stolarz’s titles have been named on various awards list. She was born and raised in Salem, Massachusetts.

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Bleed was not the book I should have read at that particular time I did. Though, I still love her other books.