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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It’s in there for the benefit of the reader, not the characters, so it comes off as an infodump.

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I was disappointed when I saw this was in graphic novel form but I gave it a shot. I thought that they could have built some mystery up of them becoming a couple again. No trivia or quizzes yet. It’s very fast-paced, has the right amount of drama and tension, it’s got some action. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

Black is for Beginnings by Laurie Faria Stolarz

But the story itself I actually really liked. I was really disappointed in this book. I liked getting to see more about Jacob’s past and a glimpse into his family life, but besides this and my excitement over getting to see what the characters were meant to look like, I felt like most of the book was just a recap. But to make it an entire “book” was pointless.

Jun 21, Emma rated it it was amazing. But before Stacey and Jacob can have a future, they must face their pasts. I should have checked the age recommendations on this before bundling it with my order of some other books. Praise for the Blue is for Nightmares series: The drawings are pretty cool but like I said, I paint more vivid imagery with words than I do with pictures.

Welcome to the Dark House. It’s not entirely horrible, but not really worth multiple re-reads. I hope she writes more, just not in graphic novel format. We appreciate your feedback. I would have liked if all the recaps got wrapped up a bit more quickly maybe five panels or so and then got on to something new. Plus it is fiction, after all, that I couldn’t help but be carried away with the story and found it stolzrz intriguing.


Graphic novel fans won’t be drawn into the series from this book, and readers of the series will find an stolara romantic graphic novel that lacks any real drama. 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 Reason for Reading: And all she wants to do is go to Colorado and work things out with Jacob, who hasn’t been able to remember her since he lost his memory in his brush with death.

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 begunnings like in my mind. It took me not even a half hour to read. Stolarz’s signature is killer suspense that makes the book impossible to put down. I wished the book could have been a little longer.

Begibnings thought that it was weird that the book was a graphic novel and not just a normal book. In this series View all Book 1. Maybe her publishers told her to do it? Jan 24, Darienne Keniece rated it it was ok.

You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: It clarified a lot about Jacob’s past and what happened after he was found at the camp, but other than that, I don’t know what the point of it was.

Everything was just so much smaller Stacey Brown knows that being a hereditary witch isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. It was a short easy read but I do like the way she ended this series. I’m so disappointed by this. I would read more of this author’s book’s.


I was more satisfied with the ending of Red is for Remembrance. Sep 19, Kayley Ann rated it liked it.

Black is for Beginnings

Just pretend it never existed. This series follows Stacey Brown, a young Wiccan with psychic powers. 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.

At the beginning of the book I was really confused, because the book started off really cor, but as I continued the book I started to keep up with the book and understand it more.

But before Stacey and Jacob can have a future, they must face their pasts. I really enjoyed it. This was a very bare-bones story that did little to further the story, it just gave a sort-of conclusion to S I picked this up at work when I happened across it while shelving and, feeling nostalgic, I started reading it on my downtime.

Black is for Beginnings reveals the never-before-seen stolara what lies ahead—for the young, spellcasting lovers. BUT no it was a graphic novel; a graphic novel which by the way did a summary of the first fo Okay so reading this graphic novel really really angered me, almost as much as it angers me to call a comic book a graphic novel.

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That being said I really wish the story had not been turned into a graphic novel so I could have gotten more details into why Jacob decided to go home to Colorado, how Fpr got his memories back, and what those memories were.

Since I’d already read the rest of the s I was really disappointed in this book.

Weird, I know, but there you go.