BLACK IS FOR BEGINNINGS reveals the never-before-seen backstory – and what “The half-million readers of Laurie Faria Stolarz’s paranormal mystery series. written by Laurie Faria Stolarz, adaptation by Barbara Randall Kesel, The one major advancement in BLACK IS FOR BEGINNINGS is that the. Black Is For Beginnings By Laurie Faria Stolarz – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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Black is for Beginnings reveals the never-before-seen backstory–and what lies ahead–for the young, spellcasting lovers. Let me say this to be clear: In this series View all Book 1. It’s an odd situation coming into the series with the fifth written book but since this tells the backstory of the two principle characters it was very easy to get into and I didn’t feel like I was missing anything at all.
I was glad to see closure for the characters and us, the audience. Nov 09, Donna rated it liked it Shelves: You’ve successfully reported this review.
Without being through heartbreak. The timeline is more stream-of-consciousness than chronological although it’s chronological within the stream-of-consciousness which lowers the confusion slightly and I found it hard trying to keep all of the events together coherently.
For a graphic novel this book was really good!
Black is for Beginnings – Laurie Stolarz
A Deadly Little Collection. Lists with This Book. It made me smile so much, because Jacob and Stacey have been going through the same difficulties in life, so they understood each other.
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Though I did enjoy the hilarious little side panels on some of the pages, especially the one titled Jacob’s Instincts, which looks like this [image error] hee hee, adorable! I’m not going to fault Stolarz– just yet. There was this one part that I did not like.
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Everything was just so much smaller The Blue is for Nightmares series has involved murders, stalkers, psychic phenomena, magic and all kinds of dramatic things.
Praise for the Blue is for Nightmares series: Killers pursuing her and her friends. And these characters, no way in hell are they college students.
Honestly, I felt like I was reading an Archie comic. I certainly wouldn’t mind reading the first book in this series if it should ever find its way into my hands.
I was left content. Since I’d already read the rest of the series, it ended up just being dreadfully boring. Selected pages Page 1. When I heard it was going to be a thin graphic novel, a little less stoked. In the end I wasn’t crazy about the graphic novel form since, after four book I already had a picture of what each character looked lik I was glad to see closure for the characters and us, the audience.
Black is for Beginnings
I know it would draw more readers, like the Vampire Kisses series, but make it a parallel series, not part of the set. Then it was announced that the fifth book would be a graphic novel, a direct sequel to the other four books, and a delighted squeal went up from the fans.
I looked at the author’s website and she indiciated that she wasn’t sure how many books would be in the collection. Feb 05, Bnbookblog rated it it was ok.
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I’m really upset with the author and her decision to make this a “graphic laurje. So I’m not too sure how I feel about the comic but I definitely like the story.
Weird, I know, but there you go. Fans of Blue Don’t waste your money, you already know what happens next.