Publish date: June 15th 2009
Publisher: Könyvmolyképző Kiadó
Pages no: 248
Edition language: Hungarian
Series: Short Stories from Hell
I found this an interesting read. Prom Nights From Hell is actually a collection of shorts stories, each written by a different author. Basically, horror, supernatural, high school stuff, vampires and demons, that kind of stuff. Yes, I am aware that Stephanie Meyer is one of the authors on this li...
None of these really stood out for me. Several of them actually felt like chapters and/or novellas that were offshoots of established series. It does look like this is true for one of them, but oddly enough not even the one I had the most problems with. There were a lot of endings that didn't end so...
a lot of the stories in this book followed the same basic tone: an admittedly bland main character/antagonist lead the way into some more-than-slightly predictable plotlines, most of which were only very loosely relevant to an actual prom, including them only in mention and/or passing. overall, they...
Scary stories about prom night?!Completely amazing!Kind of special.Some stories about prom nights with vampires, supernatural creatures and determinated and special girls who are "exemples".Read it several times!!!
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 up Kim Harrison contributes Madison Avery and th...
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