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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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As a warning, though, the language used is most definitely stolafz suitable for kids in eighth-grade and below.

Since, most of the situations that the teens got themselves into were typical to began with and then they were carried out typically.


Sean, the guy who seems to be stolarx all the choices he’s made and now wants to change them. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Book titles OR Journal titles. What Nicole doesn’t know is that she also had another boyfriend that was in jail.

Also, you never know what’s going on in different homes. The characters and plot were interesting enough, but it just seemed like it was lacking. 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.

Bleed involves the lives of teenagers, young adults and the string of connectivity that runs between them. April 27, Imprint: Each person has to suffer from some misfortune that has befallen them. At the end, we are left with a very new understanding of Nichole that will hopefully make us realize that everything is not always as it first appears.

Derik discovers that his usual good looks and charm won’t help him hold onto the girl he wants, while nineteen-year-old drifter, Mearl, is desperately looking for a place to call home. Sadie and Ginger’s mother is obsessed with food.

Refresh and try again. 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.


Review of “Bleed” by Laurie Faria Stolarz – The Surveyor

It doesn’t matter one bit. She desperately wants to be with him even though she already has a boyfriend, Sean O’Connell. She makes people hurt her with pins and they get a reward for doing that. Jan 26, Carla rated it it was amazing Shelves: I believe that there were too many characters in the book.

But Kelly is secretly writing to Robby, a boy in jail who killed xtolarz girlfriend.

You know how sometimes you have so many characters in your head that you just love but you either, don’t think they fit in a particular story or it’s just too many characters? Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Then it turns out Kelly doesn’t actually care about her boyfriend too much, just the murderer, and neither did Sean care about her but rather noticed her flaws when he saw how cute this unnoticed neighbor girl had been since forever.

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.

So basically I hated all the characters except Nicole and Sean. I felt deeply sorry thinking that some people think of today teenagers this way! Lots of characters and lots of things going on. There blesd no discussion topics on this book yet. Stolqrz book was full of drama and mysterious events, which made it even more good. Stolarz does an excellent job with letting you get to know the characters in such a short time period, and it doesn’t feel rushed or forced.

I didn’t really like the book because it left me thinking and with questions. Stolarz found sales success with her first novel, Blue is for Nightmares, and followed it up with three more titles in the series, White is for Magic, Silver is for Secrets, and Red is for Remembrance, as well as a companion graphic novel, Black is for Beginnings. This book in a combination of many short stories that stollarz link back up with each other and each story has a different perspective from another character in the book.


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One of the situations was betrayal which I had happen to me when my friend lied and did things behind my back, like what happened in the story. Kelly has been writing to stlarz convict in prison for five years. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout.

I think the writer would of done a better job without so many characters. What is the best thing she can do? Don’t waste your time.

I would rate this book three stars, because I would have liked more time to learn about the characters than one chapter for each of them. Then there is Sadie, a chubby eleven-year-old whose mother forces her to wear a “please don’t feed me” sign stapled to her shirt; while Joy, a fifteen-year-old waitress hoping for true intimacy narrowly escapes a very dark fate.

Aug 12, Karen rated it liked it. Is it possible to be all those things? Mar 03, Jessica rated it did not like it Shelves: If it was because they all bleed, the wooooow, that was deep. First, before reading this book, I didn’t realize why Stolarz called the book Bleed. Apr 05, Kristi is currently reading it Recommends it for: 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.

May 22, Abbie rated it liked it Shelves: To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

You’ve successfully reported this review. Though, I still love her other books. Readers will be pulled into every story, even if they don’t like the person the story is about. And all of these characters are connected to each other through at least one other person.