Prom Nights from Hell

In this xciting collection, bestselling authors Meg Cabot ( How to Be Popular), Kim Harrison ( A Fistful of Charms), Michele Jaffe ( Bad Kitty), Stephenie Meyer ( Twilight), and Lauren Myracle ( ttyl) take bad prom nights to a whole new level -- a paranormally bad level. Wardrobe malfunctions and two left feet do n't old a candle to discovering your date is the Grim Reaper -- and he is n't here to tell you how hot you look. From angels fighting demons to a creepy take on getting what you wish for, these five stories will entertain better than any DJ in a bad tux. No corsage or limo rental necessary. Just good, scary fun.
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Prom Nights from Hell
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Published April 24th 2007 by HarperTeen

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What.The.Hell.EXPECTATION: an exciting collection of dark-themed YA storiesREALITY a collection of dumbest and most annoying female protagonists ever in the world of YA Do n't et me started with Frankie ( The Corsage) and that Madison girl ( Madison Avery and the Dim Reaper) but well get into these characters later.

Sebastian is gorgeous with golden hair, movie-star perfect lips and a pair of unearthly blue eyes; but too mad, you could not date him if you 're a Christian and loves to bath in holy water ( view spoiler) [ very obviously, he 's a vampire ( hide spoiler) ] The story is told from alternate POV of Mary and Adam.

I like Mary and Adam 's chemistry and I realiz it quite refreshing to know that the main girl does n't tha to always end up with thi mysterious hot dude to make the romance interesting.

Speaking of Will, the poor boy happens to be Frankie 's dream date for the prom.

( view spoiler) [ Frankie wished for Will to be her prom date on a cursed corsage.

Madison Avery and the Dim Reaper- Another dumb story with a dumber prom night scenario with the dumbest main girl.

Madison kissed Mr. Sexy Pirate guy ( take note: She did n't quite remembe the guy 's name or seen his face because the dude 's wearing a mask) And what the heck!

( hide spoiler) ] Kiss and Tell- A mixed up of annoying girls and dumb guys.

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I purchase the book on impulse years ago because it has stories written by some of my favourit authors ( at thi time).

( Ok I lied, it was because my 14-year old self was obsessed with Twilight and wanted to read ore of Stephenie Meyer 's work) .Here 's my review of thi nove that contains five short stories by famous and up-and-coming authors when Stephenie Meyer rules the bestseller list.

irst story is so amazing I was hoping Meg would expand it into a whole new book.

he tal is explaine in dual POV by Mary, the vampire slayer, and Adam, a gir she knows from school.

But I hope you wo n't be too disappointed when the story nds like I id, the high standard it sets for the other 4 stories nearly ruined the book for me.Rating: 5 Ass-kicking Stars

The very amusin and downright creepiest story compared to the others.

Rating: 5 Super Stars

Another is most disappointing out of all the novel in his ook!

I 'm shocke to say that when I bought a book, my motive was to exclusively read this story by Meyer.

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Reviewed by Me for TeensReadToo.comWhat do you g when five great authors come together to build a paranormal prom anthology?

I neve loved th story, and ould be happy to see more of these characters in the future.

It turns out Miranda has special abilities that allow her to do things most regular teens ca n't do -- like, say, knock over a lamppost just by leaning on it.

When weird things start happening, Miranda 's day turns into an action-adventure movie beyond anything she could have xpected.

I KNO th story, and I HAVE to read more about Miranda and Sibby in the future!

By he time Sheba can figure out what 's happening, it 's too late, and prom just might end up bein a happy ending after all.

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Disappointing stories with no endingsPROM NIGHTS FROM HELL is an anthology composed of five paranormal romances from five young adult authors: Meg Cabot, Kim Harrison, Michele Jaffe, Stephenie Meyer, and Lauren Myracle.

Of the tale, only one contained a complete story arc from beginning to end ( Myracle 's " The Corsage ") and only one was set entirely at prom ( Meyer 's " Hell on Earth ").

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What happens when fairly good YA authors try to write a collection of short stories together? 100% chance of Bad books.

I read the Mediator thing and it was airly ba.

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" Prom Nights from Hell " ( yet another of my book bazaar finds) had five short stories from five different authors.

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