Review: Prom Dates From Hell by Rosemary Clement-Moore

Maggie Quinn is counting down to graduation day when her miserable but normal high school experience is invaded by the paranormal. Some seriously freaky stuff is happening to the Avalon High elite, and while Maggie isn’t exactly sorry to see her school’s ruling class have their lives messed up, she knows she can’t let anything serious happen to them.

While any girl could play detective, Maggie’s got something extra on her side. She’s got some special “abilities” that she’s long been ignoring–but she can’t do that any longer. She’s got to use her skills to catch whoever set a demon on the school’s popular crowd-and stop it before it’s too late! Even if it might mean-shudder- going to prom.

This is a fabulous supernatural mystery! I love the characters, especially Maggie, and Rosemary Clement-Moore is a wonderful storyteller. This fast-paced, well-written adventure had me hooked from the start, and kept me that way! I would love to see more of these characters, and more from a great author. It’s tough to come up with a supernatural story (or any story really) that doesn’t seem as if it’s been told before, but PROM DATES FROM HELL achieves that! I can’t wait to see what Rosemary Clement-Moore comes up with next.

Rating: 9.5/10