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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I loved the book, even as it made me cringe and thank heavens I am no longer a teenager. I was looking forward to reading more from this author but this ending discourages me to do so, maybe I’ll take a break from her for a while.
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. Dealing with love as a main priority as well as friendship, hate, families, school, boys, etc. But of course in real life, we only witness what happens to ourselves.
Over the course of a single summer day, ten teenagers in Salem, Massachusetts, will discover important truths about themselves and each other. The way they knew each other was interesting but I felt as if some of the relationships were forced.
But part of that is the beauty of this novel, it keeps you wanting more. I read this book months ago, but I still think about it all the time. You never know the real story behind the homes.
Stolarz is a great author, but I would recommend her Touch series over Bleed, because Bleed has so many interesting characters stoladz feels inconclusive. 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.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. She makes people hurt her with pins and they get a reward for doing that. Nov 24, Devorah rated it liked it. Each additional chapter tells the inside story from the point of view of a character connected even if only tangentially to Nichole and through their stories we are able to see additional layers of Nichole. There was 10 different characters that all are connected in one way or another.
A nice way to spend my time. The title should be at least 4 characters long. April 27, Imprint: She is over weight and her other two sisters aren’t. I respect that, I respect an author that isn’t propelled to make everything okay at the end just to put the reader at ease, a touch of reality, even in our fiction, is good for us every once in a while.
If it was because they all bleed, the wooooow, that was deep. The message or theme of this story can be defined or explained in many ways. Overall this is a very good book. This book has them all. A father at school just told me that high school was the best time of his life.
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Stolarz does her best to capture the hidden feelings that are felt by the person themselves. How to write a great review. You have to cut her! Not only does she have two boyfriends but one is in jail, and he would actually kill for love….
I had just finished Stolarz’s Nightmare series and it had been my absolute favorite bleef the time so, I think, “This oughta be good”. You get the idea.
This book was told in a different perspective for bleee chapter. 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.
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. We appreciate your feedback.
Open Preview See a Problem? Lots of characters and lots of things going stolarrz. Dec 08, Kelly rated it it was ok. Narrating a story from different points of view is difficult and not stolara to pull off properly.
The only issue is that once you see their hardships, you want to know more after their time is up.
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I think the writer would of done a better job without so many characters. Published August 22nd by Hyperion Books for Children. Jan 25, Angelina Simmons added it. Sean doesn’t know whether he should stay unhappy with Kelly or go on for Nicole. Stolarz does an excellent sttolarz with letting you get to know the characters in such a short time period, and it doesn’t feel rushed or forced.