Prom Dates from Hell
Maggie Quinn, Girl reporter. Honors student, newspaper staffer, yearbook photographer. Six weeks from graduation and all she wants to do is get out of Avalon High in one piece. Fate seems to have different plans for her.High school may be a natural breeding ground for evil, but the scent of fire... show more
Maggie Quinn, Girl reporter. Honors student, newspaper staffer, yearbook photographer. Six weeks from graduation and all she wants to do is get out of Avalon High in one piece. Fate seems to have different plans for her.High school may be a natural breeding ground for evil, but the scent of fire and brimstone is still a little out of the ordinary. It's the distinct smell of sulfur that makes Maggie suspect that something's a bit off. And when realTwilight Zone stuff starts happening to the school's ruling clique—the athletic elite and the head cheerleader and her minions, all of whom happen to be named Jessica—Maggie realizes it's up to her to get in touch with her inner Nancy Drew and ferret out who unleashed the ancient evil before all hell breaks loose.Maggie has always suspected that prom is the work of the devil, but it looks like her attendance will be mandatory. Sometimes a girl's got to do some pretty undesirable things if she wants to save her town from soul-crushing demons from hell and the cheerleading squad.
Publish date: March 13th 2007
Publisher: Delacorte Books for Young Readers
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Maggie Quinn: Girl Vs. Evil (#1)
Overall I enjoy Rosemary Clement-Moore's writing largely because she writes very snarky, entertaining main characters. Although Maggie Quinn fails to compare to the Goodnight girls, I found the book entertaining nonetheless. Maggie reminded me of Kami from [b:Unspoken|10866624|Unspoken (The Lynburn ...
This book was a lot of fun. I hated putting it down. This is second book by this author I've read and now decided that I need to read everything she writes.
Maggie Quinn is a high school senior who spends her time taking photos for the yearbook and writing stories for the school’s newspaper. She is completely content with staying under the radar in order to avoid coming into contact with the Jocks and the Jessicas (the girls that seem to run the school...
3 pages in, and so far: LOVE"Had I gotten my tickets yet? Had I voted for the class song? Had I voted for the King and Queen? No, no, and Hell no, because voting for royalty was not just moronic, it was oxymoronic." How has no one pointed this out before?All the way through, and LIKE.The writing is ...
Love, love, love this book. I decided to pick it up a few weeks ago again and I was amazed again with how much I love the Maggie Quinn: Girl v. Evil series. Clement-Moore is a genius when it comes to characterization. Maggie and her friends come off as being very real despite all the wacky parano...