Wednesday, February 2, 2011
DEADLY LITTLE GAMES by Laurie Faria Stolarz
Camelia is still coming to terms with her unusual and often frightening gift. It helps that she is able to share things with Ben since he also has the gift of seeing the future through touch. In fact, he has risked his life for her more than once.
Strange things have begun happening with Camelia's friend Adam. He doesn't want to admit it, but he might be in danger. He is receiving odd crossword puzzles in the mail and on his car windshield, and a frightening message was scrawled on the door of his apartment. Camelia tries to make sense of the ominous threats as she warns Adam, but she is also worried that Ben won't understand her increased involvement with Adam.
Camelia's life is full of secrets. Only her closest friends know about her ability to see visions of the future through her clay sculptures. Although her parents love her dearly, she hasn't found the courage to tell them of her special talent. Her mother harbors her own secrets about her own sister who is receiving treatment at a mental facility. Camelia believes her Aunt Alexia may share her psychometric abilities, however admitting that would require revealing her own secret.
Will Camelia be able to protect Adam without ruining her relationship with Ben? Will she be putting everyone's life in danger?
Laurie Farie Stolarz continues her thrilling Touch series with DEADLY LITTLE GAMES. Fans will be excited to see that a fourth book is also mentioned - DEADLY LITTLE VOICES. I, for one, can't wait!