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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You close the book realizing you were provided without any answers, without any solutions and the lives of these people, their troubles, dangers and joys will continue after you close the book.

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The plot is very interesting, and mysterious. The characters and plot were interesting enough, but it just seemed like it was lacking. Derik thinks that he can have any girl he wants, and Sean, Kellys boyfriend, just wants to do the right thing. If you took out half of the characters, it’d be largely stolrz believable bleev I don’t know, I liked the characters sometimes because in one story there would be a different side to them.

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And then she gets disappointed in him rather his looks and it’s great she didn’t end up dying although wtolarz later messes up just a little more. Ratings and Reviews 0 0 star ratings 0 reviews.

Abstract and Mini-Review Bleed tells the story of Nichole. But of course in real life, we only witness what happens to ourselves. It wasn’t exciting at all. I think this book is for the type of people that like to hear a story told by everybody eyes. Ten teens, ten stories full of complications and problems that will leave the reader wondering what happens to bleex lives around them.

So each chapter of the book it tells everyones stories, views,side of the story. Lots of characters and lots of things going on. Lists with This Book. It doesn’t matter one bit.

Lacking development, lacking a fast paced plot, lacking well just about everything. Then, the plot was just boring. It’s set up in a very interesting way. How to write a great review. You have to cut her!

Laurie Faria Stolarz is an American author of young adult fiction novels, best known for her Blue is for Nightmares series. Citation Stolarz, Laurie F.


Please review your cart. I would recommend this book to people who like stories about a lot of characters.

What’s the point in telling us about how all those peoples’ day went when it doesn’t even matter in the end? 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.

Sep 04, Bella rated it liked it Shelves: 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.

Bleed by Laurie Faria Stolarz

bledd Dec 17, Alexandria rated it really liked it Recommends it for: Why you ask, because her best friend and the guy she loves are dating. Well you have to read to find out. Red is for Remembrance. Maria is a cutter and asks friends to cut her as well. Do i like this book yes of course it was very good. 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.

Preview — Bleed stilarz Laurie Faria Stolarz. You’ve successfully reported this review. While perhaps not a first xtolarz, the book does have broad young adult appeal.

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.

This is a very quick and easy read and I recommend it because a lot of books aren’t written as a collection of stories, as Laurie Faria Stolarz has done so in this book.