Deadly Little Secret Author: Laurie Faria Stolarz Goodreads| Amazon| Author Website. Sixteen year old Camelia had a fairly ordinary life until. Review. Deadly Little Secret: A Touch Novel. by Laurie Faria Stolarz. Sixteen- year-old Camelia Hammond leads an average life, going to. Deadly Little Secret Summary & Study Guide includes detailed chapter summaries and analysis, quotes, character Deadly Little Secret by Laurie Faria Stolarz.
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Deadly Little Secret Author: Sixteen year old Camelia had a fairly ordinary life until an unexpected brush with death. When a car came hurtling towards her in the high school parking lot, farka mysterious boy pushed her out of the way, saving her life.
After the brief moment they shared, he ran away and Camelia wondered if she would ever see him again. Three months later, a new school year has begun and Camelia sees her mystery man.
His name is Ben and rumor has it he transferred to a new school after being accused of being responsible for the death of his ex-girlfriend. The rumors are flying and Ben is immediately ostracized; no one wants to be near him, except for Camelia.
For some reason, she is drawn to him and wants to know more about him. But Ben wants nothing to do with Camelia. Because he has a secret. By touching Camelia, Ben can see into her future. And he can see danger ahead. Laurie Faria Stolarz tells a very mysterious and intriguing story- one of that will keep you on the edge of your seat until you know Camelia is safe again.
Deadly Little Secret
I finished it in a matter of hours. There are certainly a few similarities girl almost gets hit by car, mysterious boy saves her, girl is inexplicably attracted to boy, boy wants nothing to do with her, etc. Real or not, Oittle thought it was a very cool and unique way to tell a story, and it added a whole new dimension to the plot.
One of my favorite parts of the book was reading the stalkers journal entries. Every few chapters, readers were made privy to the stalkers innermost thoughts about Camelia and his plans ligtle her.
The journal entries definitely brought the book to an even creepier level, and kept me turning the pages. The author did a fabulous job introducing enough slightly creepy characters bu I was totally thrown off when I learned who the stalker really was. Throughout the book, Stolarz had me guessing- and I was way wrong!
I read this one a while back and I remember enjoying it. Though, like you, I had a hard time connecting with some of aecret secondary characters.
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When I read the first part of your review I totally thought Twilight, but it sounds like this book dealdy totally different and while it has some blaring similarities it takes a definite different route. But this whole psychometry thing sounds intriguing.