Prom Nights From Hell : Five Paranormal Stories Paperback
Stephenie Meyer and Meg Cabot head up this collection of 5 thrilling paranormal stories which take bad prom nights to a whole new level.
Imagine discovering you're dancing with the Grim Reaper - and he isn't there to tell you how hot you look.
Worried that your Prom Night is gonna bite? In this thrilling collection, bestselling authors Stephenie Meyer and Meg Cabot take bad prom nights to a whole new level - a paranormally bad level!
Clothes disasters and falling over your own two feet are nothing compared with discovering you're dancing with the Grim Reaper - and he isn't there to tell you how hot you look...From vampire exterminations to angels fighting demons, these 5 stories are more entertaining than any really bad DJ spinning his stuff.
No corsage or limo necessary - just good, scary, sexy fun.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 320 pages
- Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
- Publication Date: 14/03/2009
- Category: Horror & ghost
- ISBN: 9780007319893
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Review by apsing01
This collection was definitely written for the teenage crowd. There was very little depth to the stories. The stories were not very long and seemed to lack something. It was an okay book but more background was needed to fully enjoy the story.
Review by KrissZane
These five stories are full of surprises. But are they good or bad? That's for you decide.
Review by wyvernfriend
Meg Cabot opens this anthology with The Exterminators Daughter. A girl has to deal with a vampire that her best friend has fallen for. Along the way she finds a friend.Next up is The Corsage by Lauren Myracle, a creepy story of wishes and growing upKim Harrison contributes Madison Avery and the Dim Reaper, a fancy dress prom and a girl who finds out about what reapers do.Kiss and tell by Michele Jaffe - Miranda finds out that superpowers can be both good and bad.Hell on Earth by Stephenie Meyer finishes the book, a story of redemption and half-angels.Overall nothing spectacular but not a bad collection, not sorry I read them but also not rushing out to buy it to add to my personal collection.