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Prom Nights from Hell by Meg Cabot
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Five short stories, each from a different YA author, about the supernatural and prom.

I really liked Meg Cabot's "The Exterminator's Daughter," with its Buffy-esque throwbacks, and Michele Jaffe's "Kiss and Tell."

I wanted to like "The Corsage" by Lauren Myracle a lot more, since it's a retelling of the creepy "The Money's Paw" (a perfect story for a stormy night) ... And I would have liked some more closure with Kim Harrison's "Madison Avery and the Dim Reaper."

There is a story, "Hell on Earth," by Stephenie Meyer. It was well-done ... but I prefered Cabot's and Jaffe's stories a little more. Still, her plot was very innovative and rather fun.
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