Friday, January 13, 2012

Review: A Tale of Two Proms by Cara Lockwood

A Tale of Two Proms (Bard Academy, #4)


A Tale of Two Proms (Bard Academy Series #4)




Author: Cara Lockwood





Publisher: Cara Lockwood






Goodreads:
A TALE OF TWO PROMS – 

It was the best of prom, it was the worst of prom. 

Miranda Tate returns for her senior year at Bard Academy and she is counting on two things: Prom with her boyfriend, Heathcliff, and then graduation from the haunted boarding school where fictional characters come to life. Fate, however, has other plans. 

When Catherine Earnshaw, Heathcliff's long-lost love, appears on campus, suddenly everything she thought she knew about Heathcliff is changed forever. Catherine seems determined to win Heathcliff back, even if that means destroying Bard Academy and banishing its ghostly teachers - for good. 
Miranda and her friends face their most daunting challenge, yet, which will take them for the first time inside the classics that have powered their mysterious boarding school. It's up to them to save Bard Academy - and prom. Can Miranda change her destiny and Heathcliff's? Or is this one story that was written in the stars?

Review:
Thanks to NetGalley and Cara Lockwood for the opportunity to read and review this book. 
Miranda and her friends are back at Bard Academy for their Senior Year, things start out normal, well normal as far as Bard is concerned. The same enchanted forest, trouble-making teenagers and ghost instructors. Senior year brings more than just prom and Parker problems for Miranda; she also has to decide whether to go to Penn State University where she has been accepted, or stay on the island and marry her true love Heathcliff. 
Strange things start to happen before she can make her choice. Catherine Earnshaw is at Bard, she could pass for Miranda’s twin. Her purpose? To take Heathcliff back to Wuthering Heights with her. But that’s not all that she wants. 
Miranda and her sister, Lindsay, are called away for a family emergency. When they return, the island is empty, completely empty, no students, no teachers, even the school is gone! Miranda must use the remaining books to find their friends and rescue the school, before it’s too late. 
I love this series, it was a fun and fast read. This is an adorable series, it’s sad that this is the end, but I can’t say I didn’t like the ending, I did. 

4/5 Stars

1 comments:

Maya said...

sounds interesting! i'll keep this series in mind when i go on a book-buying spree later this week :)

 

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