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I know it would draw more readers, like the Vampire Kisses series, but make it a parallel series, not part of the set.

It’s not entirely horrible, but not really worth multiple re-reads. I wish that the book had more mystery in it like the other books. Age or grade 7?

I enjoyed seeing what happened after Jacob got out of that horrible camp and how his life with and without Stacey continued. And the whole Kira thing felt completely cliche and unnecessary. BUT no it was a graphic novel; a graphic novel which by the way did a summary of the first four books for more than half of the book.

I thought that they could have built some mystery up of them becomin The book was about Stacy and Jacob not being able to see each other anymore.

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Want to Read saving…. It wasn’t nearly long enough, and so the plot and the characters beginninfs really have a chance to get going. Jacob has lost some of his memory from an injury in the last book. I just don’t read enough of them to get a good grasp on them so I’m not sure what’s normal, what isn’t, what’s good, what isn’t.


It clarified a lot about Jacob’s beeginnings and what happened after he was found at the camp, but other than that, I don’t know what the beginningz of it was. Lists with This Book. Apr 09, Allyson Chase rated it really liked it.

But that said, I thought this was a great paranormal story, involving a mixture of prophetic dreams and witchcraft.

So I’m not too sure how I feel about the comic but I definitely like the story. Blue, White, Silver, Red, Beginninge. May 25, Sharkgrl added it.

Black is for Beginnings

The back cover says, “It’s happening again Stacey’s had prophetic dreams of impending danger – to herself and others – practically all of her life. Apr 20, Danielle rated it it was ok.

Nov 08, Tess rated it did not like it Shelves: How to write a great review. After he moved back home to Colorado his ex girlfriend helped him remember his past. We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them. This book even though made me have multiple different emotions all in on I rate this book a 4!

However, plotwise there really wasn’t much excitement, there is a thin story line with Stacey’s dreams but mostly it all boils down to the relationship between Stacey and Jacob. Plot-wise, it’s really jumpy. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. But I can say a few things.

Jacob and Stacey are happy together. This book was just not that great. Graphic novel fans won’t be drawn into the series from this book, and readers of the series will find an angsty romantic graphic novel that lacks any real drama. Luarie September 8th by Flux first published September 1st Overall rating No ratings yet 0.


A Deadly Little Collection. I expected so much more from her. I think it should have been made into a book, stlarz matter how short it was. Stacy really loves him and she moves to Colorado to be with him. Plus it is fiction, after all, that I couldn’t help but be carried away with the story and found it very intriguing. For a graphic novel this book was really good! Nothing like I pictured them. 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 like in my mind.

Black is for Beginnings – Laurie Stolarz

Imagine my surprise when I realized that I was written in comic book style, unlike any of its predecessors.

Since I’d already read the rest of the series, it ended up stllarz being dreadfully boring. The series that put a spell on half a million young adult readers continues. I also would have loved to see more interactions not only between Stacey and Kira but Kira and Jacob and Stacey and Jacob–not enough emotions were shown.