Laurie Faria Stolarz is the author of Deadly Little Secret and Bleed, as well as the highly popular young adult novels Blue Is for Nightmares, White Is for Magic. Camelia Hammond thought her powers of psychometry gave her only the ability to sense the future through touch. But now she has started to hear voices. Review. Deadly Little Secret: A Touch Novel. by Laurie Faria Stolarz. Sixteen- year-old Camelia Hammond leads an average life, going to.

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Deadly Little Voices – Laurie Stolarz

And that is the best thing about Laurie Faria Stolarz’s writing. I can’t stand books like that. We get to read from the psycho killer’s journal entries 3. I have a feeling that, even with how this book ended, Ben and Camelia aren’t headed for a happily ever after. There were so many holes and gaps that could have been filled in and expanded upon to make this story flow and be so much more interesting.

Her father says some terrible things to her and Nate. The characters were prominently unique and stayed true to themselves, which is always important to the story. So This book definitely had me spooked, especially since I would read it at night alone in my apartment. Rumors say he pushed his girlfriend down a cliff after strangling her.

After that, Ben and Camelia work out their relationship and they finally end up together in the end.

Also the whole Debra bit, the “ending” of that was the lamest thing i have ever read, it was just sad. She was really brave. When Ben comes back to school, Camelia harassingly receives messages that could be from him.

He keeps his distance, but then breaks it, confusing Camelia. So the beginning half of this was way too reminescent of Twilight. Return to Book Page. We find out that Aunt Alexia has the same gift as Camelia. Quotes from Deadly Little Secret. I’m wondering if he’s the link that will pop up in the other books in the series not yet writtenespecially considering they’re called “Touch” novels.


As luck would have it, the last empty seat in the room is next to Camelia–and then Ben walks in.

Deadly Little Secret

I love Laurie’s writing style and I can’t wait to read more of her books. Aug 15, Lucy rated it did not like it Recommends it for: Ben wants to help her but still–did it seriously have to rip off the most famous crappy YA novel of our time?

There are eerie messages and phone calls to leave the reader guessing as to the culprit’s identity. However, Kittle think I preferred this novel more due to the well paced story line which flowed a lot easier. Camelia is being stalked and she’s also trying to find out more about the mysterious Ben.

I got kind of annoyed that so many guys were crushing on her. I didn’t mind him. It starts off with a near death accident Jul 29, Picture Perfect rated it really liked it Shelves: But, I found it fascinating. The one thing I can say that was dead,y about this book was that Camelia laudie about Ben not wanting to be with her, and then insists dealdy not trusting him one bit.

I really hope the next book is more intense.

Desperate to try and piece her life back together, Cameila is faced with a painful memories of her past; stolarzz notes and threatening phone calls have started again. At the same time, Camelia begins to g 2. I still liked the lauurie, but a second read pointed out how slow this story is, there is plot movement, but it takes forever to happen.

Camelia and Ben’s relationship is hot, I’ll give you that much, but seems to be based on nothing more than his looks she describes him looking yummy and delicious and hot hot hot as often as Bella described Edward as a marble statue of a Greek god and her fascination with his bad wtolarz reputation he reportedly killed his girlfriend back at his old school.


Aug 29, Jennifer Wardrip rated it it was stolrz Shelves: BUT this is a story and just like yelling at the movie screen when the chick does the same as above, it is fruitless and pointless so I move on. I just hope the next book is a little more practical.

Deadly Little Lies (Touch, #2) by Laurie Faria Stolarz

I am really ready to reach onto the next book to see what holds. What I have learned from this book is that you can never trust anyone no matter how well you know them because they can always turn on you. Even with the aspects I didn’t really enjoy, I have hope that it will all be fleshed out more in the following book s. Stolarz adds her own special touch to the often used love triangle, throwing secretive pasts and mysterious lies into play.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. And Ben, well, he’s certainly a mysterious dude. After two books of denial ‘in a way’ their relationship finally comes out completely public.

Review in GIF Form: This is a must-read for fans of romance, suspense, and mystery because it won’t disappoint. I was not expecting it at all. Camelia attempts to move on with her new Deadly Little Lies picks up straight where Secret left off.

But when she confronts him in the hall and tries to thank him, he pretends he doesn’t know what she’s talking about.