Anti-Prom, The

Abby McDonald
They've spent years at the same high school without speaking a word to one another, but that's all about to change. Popular Bliss has the perfect boyfriend, the perfect prom dress - and now the perfect case for revenge after finding her best friend and boyfriend making out in the back of a limo. Bad girl Jolene wouldn't be caught dead at the prom, yet (due to her mother's ultimatum) here she is, trussed up in pink ruffles, wondering whether boot camp might have been the better choice. And shy, studious, uber-planner Meg, ready to stop being a wallflower and start experiencing life firsthand, never counted on her date's standing her up and leaving her idling in the car park outside the prom. Get ready for The Anti-Prom, Abby McDonald's hilarous, heart-tugging tale about three girls on one crazy night.


Reviewed: 2016-05-31
Anti Prom might appeal to its intended audience, but it never really captured my attention. Dealing with unlikely friendships and stereotypes, the book is narrated by the three main characters: Bliss, Jolene and Meg who band together to seek revenge of Bliss' boyfriend after he is caught cheating on Prom night. I didn't really like any of the girls, they all annoyed me, but if I was forced to choose, Meg, the quiet one, would probably be my favourite. Slightly humorous at times, there were parts of this book when I had to force myself to keep reading, and I couldn't wait to finish it. Not my cup of tea!
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