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What happens when the best night of your life turns into the worst? Full of menace and suspense, this is an unputdownable thriller--and a trade paperback original!

Ten people share a prom house at the Jersey Shore for the weekend. Every one of them has a secret . . . and when they begin to die one by one, panic ensues. Could somebody's prom date also be . . . a killer?

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First published May 4, 2021

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Chelsea Mueller

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Chelsea Mueller writes gritty contemporary fantasy and thrillers for adults and teens. She founded the speculative fiction website Vampire Book Club and blogs about TV and romance novels for numerous websites.

She loves bad cover songs, good fight scenes*, and every soapy YA drama Netflix can put in her queue. Chelsea lives in Texas, and has been known to say y’all.

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Profile Image for Claude's Bookzone (on hiatus).
1,501 reviews201 followers
Shelved as 'dnf'
May 17, 2021
DNF 9%

After finding the bloody body of her friends boyfriend, the main character wishes she could turn back time... because after all, it took her three weeks to find her perfect prom dress...

And. I. Am. Out.
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2,062 reviews131 followers
August 26, 2021
"He reached for me with blood-soaked hands. My scream scared even the storm into silence. The walls didn’t dare to shake. The thunder eased to a sputtering cough. Even the wind paused its whistle. Or maybe I was just that damn loud."

Okay, let me level with you all here. I went into this book expecting nothing. When I say nothing, I honestly with all of my heart mean nothing. Think shutting the light off and the room goes completely dark. That darkness of nothing is what I mean. I wasn't thinking that this was going to be a masterpiece that was going to shock and scar me or something that was going to change the horror genre forever. So I wasn't disappointed at all. That also doesn't mean that this was good.

Think I Know What You Did Last Summer but cheesier and very predictable.

The author didn't seem to try with this one. She tried to recreate a book written by R.L Stine and failed miserably. Nothing about this was serious but I did laugh my ass off. This was just plain ridiculous and hilarious. It really got to the point where you wanted to strangle all the characters because they only cared about having the picture-perfect prom and drinking to excess.

Let me tell you about the killer. You accidentally learn very early on who the killer is. It was super obvious and exhausting. Why can't the killer be someone with a crazy motive? Or someone who is just tired of being walked on? The explanation was so silly.

Prom House was one that put me to sleep. My rating is what it is because of how it made me laugh. But a tiny word of advice.... don't waste your time!
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1,009 reviews
May 4, 2021
Thanks to NetGalley and Random House Children’s Underlined for this arc, which is...wild. I received this arc in exchange for an honest review, and I will post that review upon publication.

In the meantime...

This is billed as a mystery/thriller, but expect the opposite. If you enjoy Christopher Pike for the so bad it’s hilarious factor, you may get something similar out of this. I took many screenshots of outrageous writing here, and maybe you will, too. If the universe loves us, there is a Teen Creeps episode on this in our future. I would absolutely rec that but not so much this. Details to follow upon publication.

Updated 5/4/21

Two stars

_Prom House_ is billed as a mystery/thriller based on the focal point: murders at "prom house" (i.e. the apparently $10,000 per night beach house that the group of high schoolers rent for post-Prom activities. Relatable). After reading, the most mysterious part to me is how this is getting published.

What I DO appreciate about this work is its vintage Christopher Pike this-isn't-supposed-to-be-funny-but-will-still-make-you-laugh plot points, character development, and language. It pains me to not be able to quote from arcs because there are some real zingers throughout.

Although the language is highly entertaining for the wrong reasons, the characters are not. Most are flat. There is an attempt to make the main character more layered by randomly highlighting her previous trauma, but it's too little and too late and feels quite forced and in some ways exploitative. One other character-related situation of concern cropped up a few times. Two characters have parents who enter into a romantic relationship and ultimately move in together. The children of these adults are also maybe or maybe not (discussed further in the novel and not spoiled here) in a sexual relationship. I found it so odd that this was considered just a normal occurrence that could be happening. These characters are entering into a potential sibling-style relationship. Is one possibly abusing the other? Does ANYONE think this is worth mentioning or discussing? These characters are complete fools, so I it's not shocking that they don't go far into this issue, but the author and/or editors might have put some more consideration into the possible implications here. I worry for readers who will see this representation without further conversation.

My central concern is that I had no interest in these characters living. They are wildly privileged (forget the $10,000 per night - wait until you see their whiteness in play with the police), and they are flat and unlikeable. There were times I rooted for the killer, and I don't think that was the goal.

Please, Teen Creeps podcast. I need you to make an episode on this book.

If you enjoy full circle so-bad-it's-good YA, you *may* enjoy this. Otherwise, RSVP your regrets to this post-prom event.
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Author 12 books54 followers
January 15, 2021
I love a good YA thriller and this one had all the things! I loved the idea of murder at a prom after party (where the alcohol is flowing and quite a few hookups...sounds like the prom after parties I attended, minus the murder, of course). I especially loved that Ms. mueller kept me guessing till the end (about who was going to be murdered and the identity of the murderer). Highly recommend!
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157 reviews16 followers
June 6, 2021
0.5, how’d this shit get published christ it’s bad
Profile Image for Paula Brandon.
1,055 reviews27 followers
May 28, 2021
Kylie and her friends rent a large house in New Jersey for the weekend of their prom. After prom, they haven't been partying long when they discover one of their friends dead. They call the police, but once the police arrive, the body is gone. The police don't really believe them, and leave them to their own devices despite the fact a hurricane is on its way. (Yes, you read that right.) The hurricane arrives, the power goes out, and Kylie and her friends must try to survive the night with a possible killer in their midst.

If you're going to have 10 (yes, 10!) characters in a YA thriller, I expect more of a body count than what we get here. There's barely enough mayhem for this to even be considered a thriller. About 80% of it is simply Kylie and her friends arguing with each other and being real shits to each other. We keep getting told they're all friends, but nothing in what they say or the way they act would indicate this is the case. Why anyone would bother being friends with the likes of Hudson and Aubrey is completely beyond me. The characters were uniformly awful and I didn't care about what happened to any of them. And I didn't need to, because barely anything happened in this story.

As a murder mystery, it also falls flat because motives are completely thin on the ground. Sure, I could believe somebody murdering these kids because they're all intolerable snots, but one of the main aspects of any book of this kind is trying to pick out who the killer is and why they're doing it. Here, it is completely arbitrary. We know nothing about these characters or their pasts (except for some very basic fundamental parts). We don't even learn their surnames! It could have been anybody and their motive could have been anything. We don't get the motive until the climax, and of course, it's completely impossible to spot.

As I guess is typical for modern-day YA, there's a heavy focus on Kylie's infatuation with her boyfriend, Liam. She loooooves him and wants to be with him and he's just so hot and perfect, and they're having sex even after one of their "friends" has been killed. I was like, "Yep, Kylie, I know you think Liam is the bee's knees, but I'm reading a thriller here and you're really beginning to bore me!"

Plus, who hires a house on the beach when there's a possible hurricane forecast? Why on earth would police immediately dismiss a report of a murder? Why is a house on the beach so ill-equipped to handle a possible hurricane? Why the f*** don't these kids leave after the first murder BEFORE the hurricane arrives?

It was a quick read, which almost made me give it two stars, but then I remembered it was 80% bickering, 20% "I love Liam, he's so hot", and realised that this lacked anything I like to see in the mysteries or thrillers I read.
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2,423 reviews76 followers
September 6, 2021
[Prom House] is a fun, twisty, fast-paced YA thriller that combines teen angst, romance, and complicated relationships...with the added drama of a murderer on the loose. I bought the book for my friend's boyfriend’s daughter’s 15th birthday and ended up reading it before wrapping it up. It only takes a few hours of time. The story brought back memories of all those high hopes and the times of not being sure what you should or could do with your life...but above all else you just wanted some memory-making fun even if it’s just for a weekend. This book captures all those emotions and delivers the high school drama in spades. The only thing I saw that probably won’t made any difference what-so-ever to a 12–16-year-old... was that there was no build up to turn the characters into “flesh” in our minds and not just words on paper. We never really got to know them so it was hard to really care about them. Overall...a fairly good read for a few hours of reminiscing.
December 19, 2021
The saddest thing about this book is it could have been good. It's a neat concept but was poorly executed. The main character is only interested in getting laid by her boyfriend even after finding a dead body and most of the book is this group of kids arguing over who could have murdered who. The author tried to make this into some kind of mystery, but by the big reveal I actually didnt even care anymore. The main character is so all over the place with her emotions and accusing people of murder I kind of felt like I had gotten wip lash by the end. This story is written like a teenager is talking so there are sentences that are constructed as such and it's very off putting. I'm only giving this a 2 stars because I thought the concept was interesting. Had the author thought to lay out the story in a different way, make the teenagers far less into sleeping with each other and not used her choice of sentence construction it might have been good.
Profile Image for Kasha's Book Sematary.
637 reviews266 followers
October 16, 2021

Sadly this was not it. I was really hoping to enjoy this story and was excited about this thriller/horror book and the biggest problem I had with the book was that it was neither horror nor thrilling.

When you think about some friends going to celebrate Prom to this beautiful isolated house only to be hunted down and killed one by one...you kind of expect more horror and thrills...at least some tension or something.

Unfortunately early on you realize this is more of a teenage drama, some love stories and a lot of talk about your typical teenager worries. Nothing wrong with that but it was not what I expected based on how this book has been advertised.

Even if this could be taken as a mystery thriller, there was zero suspense and the constant talk trying to figure out who the killer was going character by character got so boring and annoying. That was just not how you build up suspense and let the reader try to figure out who is killing them. Hard pass for me
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3,689 reviews1,007 followers
April 13, 2023
Trigger warnings: death of a friend, murder, natural disaster, graphic descriptions of dead bodies, cheating, domestic violence, child abuse (in the past)

2.5 stars

The blurb of this gave me strong And Then There Were None vibes, and I was absolutely here for it. Unfortunately, this was mostly...dull and strangely lacking in tension. Like, you're trapped in a house during a huge storm. The house is flooding. Your friends are being murdered. The murderer is clearly one of you. You'd think it would be PACKED with tension and creepy vibes. But instead, it felt like there was more concern for their various romances and interpersonal relationships than there was for the fact that people were DYING and they had no way to communicate with the outside world.

Also this is going to be nitpicky, but they're in the house for...two nights? I think??...and I don't remember anyone eating. Not once. Drinking, yes. Eating? NOPE. And it felt weird.
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236 reviews23 followers
March 9, 2022
I had a lot of the same issues with this book as I did with There’s Someone Inside Your House- the lack of tension, the teen drama getting a lot of time, the hints of backstory drama of the main character that I genuinely could not care less about. Despite a strong start (first dead body shows up SUPER early), this book petered out real fast and was just incredibly predictable and formulaic.
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141 reviews
July 17, 2022
Sad that this was so bland. I was looking forward to a binge-able thriller, but that wasn’t really what I got. This book is so short and I was hoping to get super into it, but I was mostly just bored
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132 reviews51 followers
March 16, 2022
“There was no help coming tonight. If we couldn’t get out of here, no one could come in. The police wouldn’t be back. They wouldn’t be hunting a killer.
We were well and truly alone.”
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1,170 reviews45 followers
June 8, 2021
The blurb and cover of Chelsea Muller's Prom House are what drew me into the book. Sadly, the expectations I had for a dark/twisted prom-night-murder-spree were squashed pretty early on. It isn't often that I DNF a book, but between the ridiculous dialogue and even more ridiculous 911 dispatcher response to a murder, I didn't make it 1/3 of the way through this book.

Prom House wasn't scary, it was far from entertaining, and it definitely wasn't for me.
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44 reviews40 followers
September 17, 2021
Santísimo ¿Por donde empiezo? Jajaja, ok primero me suuuuper “frikeo” la tranquilidad con la que estos micos se van a dormir cuando mataron a uno de sus amigos, este libro es como una de esas películas malas que sabes que es chasta pero queres saber que pasa, porque si le doy ese crédito me tuvo pegada queriendo saber que iba a pasar y realmente no me imaginé quien era culpable, peeeeero que final más malo, cliché en todos los sentidos y rápido fue como BOOM plot (es que ni plot twist se puede decir) la “razón” de todo fue como ¿EN SERIO?.
Hay muchas incongruencias en la historia, saltos de tiempo y circunstancias que es como wtf , los issues se resuelven” muy rápido, me entretuvo pero no es bueno, se lee rápido eso si, pero no sería mi primera recomendación para leer algo de misterio.
73 reviews
November 8, 2022
It was a really easy read and throughout the entire thing I was interested it was kinda cringy at maybe 2 scenes but it didn’t make it bad. At the end I had a slight inkling as to who was behind everything but I was still pleasantly surprised it didn’t give me this huge reaction but the book as a whole was good and it all gave closure and I liked the messages and it was enjoyable to entire time which is why it’s a 4 and not a 3 no more detail. I was annoyed at Kylie some of the times like little things but I was so confused as to why she was making out with her bf in the bathroom when they just found their friend dead like huh Bahaha but the fact Noah was walking by with Cam dead! 😬 I’m so scared to have new friends now it really put into perspective things and makes you think how well do yk ur friends and how everyone would be if something did actually happen. I liked how a lot of it seemed realistic and how ppl would be to a degree I was so shocked how Noah was acting at the end like full blown psycho and it could happen to anyone which makes it scarier and better of a book he just made me feel so uncomfy when he was calling Dani his little object yikesss I think I might just be dumb but throughout the book I had no idea who it was until the last bit I kept switching between so many ppl which I live in a mystery crime book. I wish we had more depth into Rory and Hollie being drugged and stuff like what was that about why? I would sooo fast when things started to pick up again and I loved that a lot of ppl didn’t like and it has low ratings but I thoroughly enjoyed it easy read, intriguing, full circle/ closure.
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Profile Image for Marian.
725 reviews22 followers
April 12, 2023
Oh, this book is bad. I'm not sure if I would have thought it so bad it's enjoyable if not for it hitting one of my least favorite fictional problems: the author completely fumbles tropical storms/hurricanes.

Pretty sure this is supposed to take place in June but I can't tell if I imagined that. If not, it's in May. In any case, it's stupidly early in the hurricane season and yet there's a tropical storm off the coast of the Jersey Shore where our doomed party is taking place.

This is definitely a beach house, btw, and yet not for a moment do the cops, called to the house about a dead body, try to get these stupid teenagers out of the beach house or mention the evacuation orders.

Also, no one worries at all about storm surge, or staying away from all the windows, even after a street sign hits one and nearly takes it out.

All of this I could maybe ignore if not for two things:
A) Kylie says she's been through a lot of tropical storms and has some knowledge about them... but never demonstrates any proof of that.
B) Our early season hurricane? Is Winston. WINSTON. They're named alphabetically, so this? This is just lazy writing, editing, and just so, so dumb.

Finally, I didn't care about this group or even one of them enough to actively root for anyone. Not even the killer.

On the plus side, it was easy to read aside from mentally screaming, "That's not how that works!" more than is healthy.
Profile Image for Alice.
182 reviews
December 6, 2021
Prom night by Chelsea Mueller is a YA murder mystery book. It has all the hallmarks, suspicious deaths, being locked down in a house during a storm and adults who don't believe the kids.

While reading this, I felt that it had the same easy read as the old point horrors. It doesn't skip ahead, we take this journey with the characters step by step. It's pace is quite slow though.

It's definitely for young adults. There is not a whole lot of character development but I suppose if there was we would be able to pick up on who did it right away. It has some themes about finishing school and going to college and early relationships.

That characters were generally likeable. I did get sick of them not answering questions straight. Kylie was interesting, after the first murder she kind of viewed herself as the one to take control and keep her friend safe.

All in all, a good quick read for young adults looking to try out the mystery/thriller genre.
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133 reviews16 followers
September 15, 2021
Esta es una historia de ¿Quién? ¿Cómo? ¿Por qué?
Un grupo de amigos se junta en una casa para hacer un after party de su graduación en una casa en la playa. Pero no mucho tiempo después de que llegan uno de ellos aparece muerto y ellos tienen que averiguar quien es el que hizo eso antes de que otro de sus amigos parezca muerto.
¿Quién? No fue una completa sorpresa pero si tengo que admitir que no me lo esperaba, en mi mente era posible que otra persona hubiera sido la responsable de todo.
El como se va revelando cuando encuentran a sus amigos.
¿Por qué? La razón del personaje para hacer lo que hace es dentro de todo entendible, tal vez si hubiésemos sabido un poco más de esta persona la razón de sus actos hubiese tenido aún más sentido.
El libro esta bueno, pero se me quedo un tanto corto.
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11.9k reviews361 followers
October 22, 2021
What should have been the best weekend of their lives… became the worst in this exciting and paranoia-filled book!

In this book we follow a girl, Kylie, who is looking forward to a fun night with drinks, music, and more to close a year of school and to celebrate going to college. There are 8 of her friends and one tag-along who apparently almost no one likes. The weekend was supposed to be terrific… but ended up with death, near-drowning, and a storm. Not a weekend to forget.. just not for the good reasons.

I absolutely LOVED that very early in the book we get our first murder. Haha, I so didn’t expect that to happen, I thought for sure that he was just pranking them, because I am so used to horror books starting late with murder/gore. But he was truly dead!

I loved that there was a storm as well, I do love a good book about storms and murder. About people stuck in one place… nowhere to go… nowhere to run. I did think it was odd that no one evacuated them or even tried doing that (but we are not alone as we learn in the end). The storm started off pretty OK, but quickly became something of a beast. Water rising, wind blowing, stuff flying around.

I did love Kylie and Liam together. I have to say, given the book, I was definitely on my toes whenever Liam did something suspicious. I just kept hoping that he wouldn’t be the one because I just loved the romance and the fire between Kylie and Liam.

BUT I had expected more murder, more gore, and more scariness. Things did happen, oh yes, they did. But it was mostly paranoia that happened as the storm continued to rage around the house. As things got more harrowing. I have to say as soon as I found out that we probably wouldn’t get many more murders, I settled in for all the paranoia and loved it all. It was great to see how the characters got more and more defensive or more secretive as the story continued and our MC kept asking the questions. And she wasn’t going for a no. I had fun trying to figure out, along with Kylie, who was the killer and who was next.

The ending felt a bit rushed in my eyes. We are just a few pages away from the book ending and I was still not sure who was the culprit (though I had some thoughts) nor how this would end. Then a lot of things happen in one go and while it was exciting.. I would have liked it to be a bit less rushed. A bit more natural, instead of how it felt now like OH, we are already through the pages, quick, let’s end this one.

All in all though, even with the rushedness of the ending, and the little murder/gore, I flew through this book and I couldn’t put it down.

Review first posted at https://twirlingbookprincess.com/
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225 reviews
September 19, 2021
What should be a normal prom party ends with people dying. There is a murderer on the loose. I recommend you not to read this scary whodunnit story at night! Prom House is an easy read starring the young Kylie, who has to figure out what’s going on. Chelsea Mueller has a descriptive writing style which gives a realistic vibe to the story. I definitely recommend this YA thriller!

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February 18, 2022
I loved this book so much!
At first, I thought oh this is going to be predictable. And it was kind of, but it had a REALLY good twist... not about who did it but WHY. Also, the setting is AMAZING.
So, the book is about this group of friends who go to prom and stay in this beach house over the weekend. They have a great time until one of their friends winds up dead. The police don't believe them. That's when a hurricane hits and they are trapped inside the house with no power. Maybe trapped inside with a killer.
I can't say much but if you like murder mysteries with a hint of romance READ THIS. It's also a quick, quick read.
13+ (non-descriptive love scenes)
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56 reviews1 follower
March 25, 2023
This book gave me "Scream" vibes based on the cover and summary so I was excited for a fast and easy read. It was a typical YA thriller/killer novel. Nothing too crazy or special about it. I was disappointed because the middle was quite boring and there were lots of group talks with repetitive "let's stick together" phrases and interrogation sessions that went on far too long. The ending wasn't a surprise either but it wasn't even exciting when they found out who the killer was.
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450 reviews16 followers
October 5, 2021
I loved the retro cover and the idea of a loose killer at a prom after party. I decided to take a chance on this one. Thanks to Get Underlined for my copy!

For me this was a 3.5/4. I try to judge YA not too harshly because I am not in their target demo. I think this one would be best for younger teens/pre teens.

I liked the setting at the Jersey Shore and I liked the explanation of what was going on at the prom house at the end. I was certain I had everything figured out, but I was fooled.

It's a super quick read/audio. I actually did audio for most of it and was able to finish it in an afternoon. If you are into YA horror and enjoy quick reads/mysteries check this one out!
Profile Image for Rebekah.
54 reviews
April 13, 2023
* 3.75⭐️

all imma say is the killer was so predictable but the book was still really good. I knocked off points tho for how dumb Kylie was in trying to figure out who the killer was bc she had good tactics and points. BUT GIRL WAS LITERALLY BASICALLY PICKING OUT HOW THIS ONE PERSON WAS SO OBVIOUSLY THE KILLER BUT THEN NOT SUSPECTING THEM??? I just wanted to reach into the book and shake her 😭
Profile Image for Courtney Nixon.
73 reviews
July 21, 2022
Basic murder mystery. Not a lot happens for like 80% of the book, ending comes out of no where. The “investigation” is a joke and the “murderers” reasoning is bogus. Had a lot of potential. Execution was lacking
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137 reviews2 followers
November 30, 2022
me the entire time reading this book: 😑😑😑😑😑😑😑

this was so boring. 90% of the time the characters were arguing about the same thing over and over again. i lost count how many times they said, “we need to stick together.” also, main character is just so stupid. i was rolling my eyes every time she speaks.

i have so many questions: 1. why didn’t they leave the house the first time one of them died? 2. how can the police just leave the crime scene in a huff? 3. last but not the least, where are these kids’ parents??? like, your child is at a prom house and there’s a hurricane coming. shouldn’t you go out there and collect their asses? 🤷🏻‍♀️ anyways, i should’ve dnf’d this.
Profile Image for Courtney (pawsitivelybookish).
387 reviews13 followers
July 8, 2021
I wanted to give this one a try even though I had seen mostly iffy reviews. I was pleasantly surprised when the first dead body showed up just 15 pages in, but not much happened after that.

I liked that this book was a quick read. I also liked the prom house during a hurricane setting. That was pretty much it.

It was a little difficult to keep all of the characters straight. It was also pretty slow after the first body was discovered. I guess I expected more murder 🤣
Profile Image for Melissa (thereaderandthechef).
532 reviews168 followers
September 19, 2021
Prom House is proof that I never ever want to go to a party in a beach house when there is a tropical storm in the horizon. I mean, just thinking about it makes my skin crawl because the ocean and storms are always unpredictable! (I live near the ocean so I know how insane it gets even from a safe distance to the water.)

Anywhoo, but Prom House gave me nightmares for other reasons and this is why I shouldn’t have read at night (but it was totally addictive so I couln’t stop!). It takes place in a rented beach house where Kylie and her friends will party after prom. It seems like the perfect setting and they have the whole house for themselves. This also means spending the night with her boyfriend. But the perfect night takes a turn for the worse when her best friends’ boyfriend goes missing. And after they go looking for him… they find him dead. Now with a hurricane threatening to unleash its full force on them and the police not finding proof of Cam’s death (his body suddenly goes missing), these teens are forced to take shelter inside the house… with possibly the killer among them.

Prom House is part mystery, part thriller, taking the reader inside the house trying to figure out: who is the killer? We follow Kylie, our main character, as she tries to sort out the pieces while desperately trying to keep everyone else safe. They cannot leave the beach house. They are literally trapped thanks to the storm and the electrical posts that made the outside into a deadly playground. It puts friendship and relationships to the test, particularly after another friend goes missing and it is clear one of their friends… is clearly killing them one by one.

Will not give away how this story ends but Prom House does a good job at making you second-guess and suspect EVERYONE. If you like quick, fast-paced stories with dark vibes, then this book might be for you!!
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