A review by geofroggatt
White Is for Magic by Laurie Faria Stolarz


It is Stacey's senior year; one year after she saved her roommate, and best friend, Drea, from an untimely death. Now, back at Hillcrest Boarding School, she's having nightmares again and receiving strange letters with no name or return address. This time her nightmares are of ghosts of people who have been brutally murdered. But she's not the only one having nightmares. A transfer student, Jacob, is having nightmares of Stacey's murder, and he's determined to stop the killer. This was a decent sequel that introduced a character with the same powers as the protagonist. I liked their dynamic, but I was more interested in the secondary characters’ relationship.