Deadly Little Lies

Deadly Little Lies Last fall sixteen year old Camelia fell for Ben the mysterious new boy at school who turned out to have a very mysterious gift pyschometry the ability to sense the future through touch But just as

  • Title: Deadly Little Lies
  • Author: Laurie Faria Stolarz
  • ISBN: 9781423136187
  • Page: 117
  • Format: ebook
  • Last fall, sixteen year old Camelia fell for Ben, the mysterious new boy at school who turned out to have a very mysterious gift pyschometry, the ability to sense the future through touch But just as Camelia and Ben s romance began to heat up, he abruptly left town Brokenhearted, Camelia has spent the last few months studying everything she can about psychometry, and exLast fall, sixteen year old Camelia fell for Ben, the mysterious new boy at school who turned out to have a very mysterious gift pyschometry, the ability to sense the future through touch But just as Camelia and Ben s romance began to heat up, he abruptly left town Brokenhearted, Camelia has spent the last few months studying everything she can about psychometry, and experiencing her own strange brushes with premonition Camelia wonders if Ben s abilities have somehow rubbed off on her Can the power of psychometry be transferred Even once Ben returns to school, Camelia can t get close enough to share her secret with him Despite the romantic tension between them, Ben remains aloof, avoiding contact Then when an unexpected kiss leads to a frightening argument, Camelia makes the painful decision to let Ben go and move on Adam, the hot new guy at work, seems good for her in ways Ben wasn t Adam is easygoing, and seems to really care about her.But when Camelia and Adam start dating, a surprising love triangle results A chilling sequence of events upturns secrets from Ben s past and Adam s Someone is lying, and it s up to Camelia to figure out who before it s too late.

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    1. Laurie Faria Stolarz

      Laurie Faria Stolarz grew up in Salem, MA, attended Merrimack College, and received an MFA in Creative Writing from Emerson College in Boston Laurie Faria Stolarz is an American author of young adult fiction novels, best known for her Blue is for Nightmares series Her works, which feature teenage protagonists, blend elements found in mystery and romance novels.Stolarz found sales success with her first novel, Blue is for Nightmares, and followed it up with three titles in the series, White is for Magic, Silver is for Secrets, and Red is for Remembrance, as well as a companion graphic novel, Black is for Beginnings Stolarz is also the author of the Touch series Deadly Little Secret, Deadly Little Lies, Deadly Little Games, Deadly Little Voices, and Deadly Little Lessons , as well as Bleed and Project 17 With than two million books sold worldwide, Stolarz s titles have been named on various awards list.

    314 thoughts on “Deadly Little Lies”

    1. I really liked this one better than the first. The story is similar except for the love triangle. The new character Adam adds to the story and the author does a great job adding conflict. I LOVE THAT FINALLY THE GIRL GIVES THE GUY THE BOOT! Bella couldn't let Edward go, Rose couldn't let Dimitri go, and so on. Camelia stands up for herself and makes Ben deal with his decision - You don't want to be with me then deal with it. Good for her!Summary - Camelia gets threatening letters and photos agai [...]

    2. For this book, i have five rules. Number 1: Trust no one. Number 2: Don't make any assumptions. Number 3: Try not to scream. Number 4: Don't believe anyone. And Number Five: Stolarz kicks ass.I was blown away by this novel, even more so than by Deadly Little Secret. It sucks you in from the first page, and is very difficult to put down until the end. Stolarz was fabulous at displaying Camelia's fears, and that made the book even easier to get into. The story starts off with action, builds up a t [...]

    3. There is just something about this series that makes me plow through the books like there is no tomorrow. Camelia is far from my favorite main character out of the books I've read, though her little back up team, Kimmie and Wes are some of my favorite side-kick characters. They're both very interesting and quirky, and Wes reminds me a lot of Adam from the Mediator series by Meg Cabot and I LOVE Adam in that series. Anyway, this book was thrilling, though not as spine-tingling as the first book. [...]

    4. Deadly Little Lies, the sequel to the first book in the series, Deadly Little Secret, definitely lives up to its promise of more suspense, romance and plot twists. Laurie Faria Stolarz really knows how to construct an elaborate plot to flow with such ease, and continuously keep you on the edge of your seat with the mystery and romance of the narrative. Starting a few months after Ben leaves Camelia's life, the story immediately takes off with a burst of heart pounding action that just keeps on r [...]

    5. Since this is my second time reading one of Stolarz's books, I was pretty acquainted with her type of writing. Yet, she continues to amaze me with her use of adjectives and creative writing style--descriptive, but not too detailed. The tale was alluring. I couldn't get enough.The writing was unbelievable--as was the plot line. Stolarz adds her own special touch to the often used love triangle, throwing secretive pasts and mysterious lies into play. I was captivated throughout. The characters wer [...]

    6. Reviewed by Ashley B for TeensReadTooIt has been four months since Ben left Camelia. Since then, Camelia has been researching psychometry, the mysterious gift that Ben has. Camelia is sure that she has this power as well, like it rubbed off on her somehow.Then Ben comes back to school. He keeps his distance, but then breaks it, confusing Camelia. He wanted space, so Camelia decides to finally give up and move on.She meets Adam at Knead. He seems to care about her, but he isn't Ben. Camelia is al [...]

    7. I actually liked this one a lot more than the first one. True that this series is a lot like the Twilight series. But the Twilight series didn't have the whole stalker thing? For some reason, I like the stalker thing. Unlike last time, I totally didn't know that it was blankity blank who was the stalker. Surprise, surprise, surpriseI still kind of hate Camelia because she never learns from her mistakes the first time. Oh, she's an idiot. But at least, she's an okay narrator. I think I like this [...]

    8. Σαφέστατα πολύ καλύτερο από το πρώτο, με καλύτερη ανάλυση χαρακτήρων, έτσι ώστε οι αποφάσεις και οι συμπεριφορές τους να φαντάζουν πιο λογικές και κατά συνέπεια, πιο ρεαλιστικές. Η ύπαρξη ερωτικού τριγώνου θα μπορούσε να μας ξενίσει υπό άλλες συνθήκες, αλλά στην προκειμένη [...]

    9. Argh why do I continue to read this series? The first book was just "meh" Now, the second in the series.just made me feel as if I were reading the first book all over again. Literally ~ another stalker, distant parents, harmful pranks, etc. I guess I expected more since Stolarz has written and sold so many books. But then again, lots of people go to McDonald's so there is no accounting for taste, right? Ah well I'm a sucker for knowing how things end, so chances are I will continue with this ser [...]

    10. Deadly Little Lies was even better than Deadly Little Secret. And it strayed a lot more from the whole Twilight feel. Which I greatly appreciated. I was a little scared at first after reading the back page of this book and the districption that it gave that it was going to continue following in the whole Twilight feel and read a lot like its sequel New Moon. After Ben left at the end of Deadly Little Secret Camelia is heart broken and doesnt know what to do with herself. It is at this point that [...]

    11. Deadly Little Lies picks up straight where Secret left off. Camelia is struggling to deal with her abduction the previous summer and having Ben leave town. Her family life is still not back to normal, and the unresolved issues between her mother and aunt Alexia simmer in this installment of the Touch Series. Ben's return to town makes Cameila feel like a boat lost at sea; he doesn't seem to want to have anything to do with Camelia and is cold and distant. Camelia attempts to move on with her new [...]

    12. Find this review, plus more, on my blog: Booklikes OR Blogger Basic InfoFormat: Kindle. Pages/Length: n/aGenre: Young Adult; Fantasy; SuperpowersReason For Reading: Want to finish series. At A GlanceLove Triangle/Insta Love/Obsession?: Triangle, obsession Cliff Hanger: NahTriggers: Suicidal thoughts. Rating: 3 starsScore SheetAll out of tenCover:7Plot: 6Characters: 6World Building: 6Flow:5Series Congruity: n/aWriting: 6Ending: 6Total: 6In DepthBest Part: Nice re read. Worst Part: Horrible ending [...]

    13. This book definitely had me spooked, especially since I would read it at night alone in my apartment. Once again, Camelia is being stalked. There are eerie messages and phone calls to leave the reader guessing as to the culprit's identity. And there are some really good twists--such as the journal entries we get. I have to say that the journal entries were one of the most intriguing parts of the story. They really added to the overall mystery of the book and gets you excited for the next one. So [...]

    14. Deadly Little Lies is a suspenseful and thrilling page turner…I love the whole aspect around psychometry in the Touch Series. It’s unique and spooky, which I guess is why I kept trying to convince myself while reading this book that I was the only one in the house at the time. With Camelia’s strange encounters with premonitions, I couldn’t help but to be psyched while reading this book.In this installment, Camelia’s trying to grasp the meaning of this ability especially when it seems t [...]

    15. 3.5/5 starsI really enjoyed reading this book, just like the first one. I thought some things were very similar to the first book, including some phrases and descriptions, but I loved it anyways and I loved the ending.However, I think I will take a break from this series for a while because I was just going through the fourth book (Deadly Little Voices) and at the end Camelia chooses Adam; and I'm team Ben all the way so- and I know this sounds crazy- but I won't be able to manage the heartbreak [...]

    16. Second book into the series and I'm convinced this girl has the worst luck in history. I hate a terrible love triangle. Introducing a second love interest that is lacking the chemistry needed for an actual love triangle is quite annoying.

    17. When I read DEADLY LITTLE SECRET, I had a number of issues with it that stopped me from fully enjoying the book. Because everything had been set up in the first, I had higher hopes for the second book in the series, DEADLY LITTLE LIES. Unfortunately, the issues I found in the first book were just amplified.For a majority of the book, not much happens. There is a lot of high school and romantic angst that happened while the plot just sort of sat there unattended. Camelia longs for Ben, Camelia an [...]

    18. I take back what I said about this not being a series. I'm very happy that the story continued.Although at times it did feel like completely different characters, like it wasn't totally a continuation, I'm still very happy that it happened. Thinking back (or trying to think back on the book) nothing really stands out. Like yes I enjoyed it, I'm happy I read it but there's nothing too memorable about the story. I just kind of happened. There wasn't too much development with any of the characters, [...]

    19. Deadly Little Lies picks up where Deadly Little Secret left off. Camelia is dealing with what happened with her stalker at the end of the first book and having Ben leave town. Her family is slowly recuperating, but there’s still a lot of unresolved issues between Camelia’s mother and her aunt Alexia. Ben’s return to town and school complicates Camelia’s life because he is so standoffish and distant. Her attempts at moving on with new guy Adam are hindered by Ben’s obvious jealousy and [...]

    20. The book I am reading is Deadly Little Lies by Laurie Faria Stolarz. This book has 282 pages and the publisher is by Hyperion. The very first book of this series was given to me in 8th grade and I love it so for christmas I asked for the next two book and that is how I got Deadly Little Lies. I love how the mystery, suspense and romance is all exhilarating.Camelia and Ben Carter are the main characters of this novel who are both veryimportant. Last semester Camelia fell in love with Ben who was [...]

    21. The GistThere is only one thing running through Camelia’s mind: Ben’s coming back. That’s all she can think about. All she wants to think about. She has hopes that, even though they broke up months ago, maybe he’ll somehow realize how stupid he’s being and allow them to be together again. But, of course, things don’t go the way she had hoped. He barely acknowledges she’s alive, let alone tell her he wants them to be together. And then it happens again. She begins to get mysterious [...]

    22. Camelia is an out-of-love teenager who’s ex-boyfriend, Ben, abruptly left town during their relationship. Ben has psychometric powers which allow him to tell the future by touching a person or object. Everyone thinks that he killed his ex-girlfriend and put his classmate, Debbie, into a coma. When Ben comes back to school, Camelia harassingly receives messages that could be from him. She discovers that she can sculpt premonitions and thinks that Ben’s powers might have rubbed off on her. The [...]

    23. lovee this book. Okayy,, im just going dtraight to the point!! It's soo awsome how Camelia might have powers too!! && and how there are diary entries of her aunt and possiblity Camelia inherited the powers, just gives the book a nice touch of mystery without making the book seem sugar coated. Okayy,, my dislikes: 1. Its already the second book and we still barley know Ben. Like come on & I know Stolarz is giving him like the mysterios guy appearance but for the readers to feel the st [...]

    24. The story is the second installment in Stolarz's touch series and it was a nice, interesting read. We're introduced to Camelia again trying to live life after the horrific incident that happened to her a few months back (read Deadly Little Secrets) and the fact that Ben left. Soon things start to turn interesting while Camelia works on her pottery and starts to hear voices and sees things. Then Ben comes back into her life and the tension begins with them fighting their feelings for each other. [...]

    25. Since, Deadly Little Secret was only mediocre, in my opinion, I was a bit hesitant to start Deadly Little Lies. Luckily, Deadly Little Lies batted out any future worries I have with this series simply because it was just plain out fantastic and showed major growth in character and plot development! Camelia got a lot more likable in this one because of character growth, as mentioned above. Since, for one, she wasn't making extremely stupid decisions in not telling anyone what was happening like s [...]

    26. Pasted from an angry Facebook comment that I posted:She put a nice twist in there with the Ben/Adam thing, I must say. Though I kind of suspected something along those lines. Other than that I have to rely on the suspense to keep going because the dialogue is SO BAD I WANT TO DIE. Kimmie and Wes get more insufferable every page, as does Ben and Adam and her mom (Strike while the iron is hot) and dad and Alexia's diary entries, as well as her teachers and Spencer. I think that covers everyone. Oh [...]

    27. I really like this series and I really like this author. I'm excited to see that she has more books other than this series. Woohoo! Camelia (for what ever reason it is soooo hard for me to say that name in my head, i usually end up calling her Cam) is not a typical teen, she is a lot more strong willed and not as 'run with the masses' or fluffy headed as a lot of the teens I have ended up having the misfortune of reading about. SPOILERS - NOT HARD CORE OR STORY RUINING, BUT SPOILERS NON THE LESS [...]

    28. LOVED the book, once again good job laurie for making such a gerat book :)So hmmmmmm, where sould I start? Oh yes they are the reasons why I do love this book :) The love between Ben and Camelia is like WOOOW, even though she was trying to get away from him, and that he at first didn't want her but we both know that they did (It's for the best they say,) BULLSHIT ;). Im so happy that there back ttogether at the end of the novel. :) And that adem dude. really WTF tenicly if you think about it he [...]

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