Ivy Jensen survived the Dark House once, but can she make it out a second time? Two months have passed since Ivy narrowly escaped the Nightmare Elf's grip, but the memories of Parker, Natalie, Shayla, Frankie and Garth continue to haunt her. Their killer is still out there-somewhere. The police trail has gone cold, though, and it's up to Ivy to piece together the clues to find him.
What's your worst nightmare? For Ivy Jensen, it's the eyes of a killer that haunt her nights. For Parker Bradley, it's bloodthirsty sea serpents that slither in his sleep. And for seven essay contestants, it's their worst nightmares that win them an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at director Justin Blake's latest, confidential project. Ivy doesn't even like scary movies, but she's ready to face her real-world fears. Parker's sympathetic words and perfect smile help keep her spirits up...at least for now.
Camelia Hammond escapes to a summer arts program in Rhode Island and tries to put her junior year drama behind her. But while there, she gets caught up in the case of a local girl who is missing. Time is running out, and Camelia will have to trust her powers if she's to save the missing girl. Will the lessons Camelia has learned in the past give her the strength to do so?
Everything Amanda said about her past was a lie. But from the clues she left behind, her friends discover the danger that forced her to lie and then drove her underground. Despite the risks, they are determined to decipher a top secret code to save her.
High school junior Camelia thought her powers of psychometry only gave her the ability to sense the future through touch. But now she has started to hear voices --- mean voices that are berating her, telling her how ugly she is and that she’d be better off dead.
The Blue is for Nightmares series that put a spell on more than half a million readers continues --- in graphic novel format! Prophetic nightmares. Near-brushes with death. Killers pursuing her and her friends. Stacey Brown knows that being a hereditary witch isn’t all it's cracked up to be.