Prom Queen Geeks

Prom Queen Geeks

by Laura Preble

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Overview

The Queen Geeks take on the prom queens in the third of the Queen Geek novels, hailed as "thoroughly enjoyable." (Kliatt)

The Queen Geek Social Club includes a first generation geek, a tattooed misfit, a goth poetess, a mathlete, and an exchange student. And together they're so out, they're almost in

It's prom season, and Green Pines High is split between those who can afford the tickets and those who can't. So the Queen Geeks plan a low-cost Geek Prom. It'll be loads of work, especially when the popular kids do everything they can to stop it.

Friendships will be tested and boyfriends jilted. But when they expand the Geek Prom, hoping to make this the biggest prom on record, the girls will realize they're fighting for geeks everywhere.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781440634369
Publisher: Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date: 09/02/2008
Series: A Queen Geek Social Club Novel
Sold by: Penguin Group
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 272
File size: 388 KB
Age Range: 14 Years

About the Author

Laura Preble is an award-winning author, a journalist, and a teacher. Her works include the Queen Geek Social Club series, Lica's Angel, and Out. She is the recipient of a Kurt Vonnegut Fiction Prize and has been published in the North American Review, Hysteria, and NEA Today. She lives in California.

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Prom Queen Geeks 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
DreamerGirl on LibraryThing More than 1 year ago
Okay so here are the things I thought could be better and the things I thought were fantastic in this book: Characters: The best friend of the main character was so witty and fun even though I personally wouldn't ever have liked a character as wild as her, it was refreshing and added a nice mood to the beginning. The thing I most liked about the main character was how she saw herself as having two personalities, "the good and down to earth girl" and the "wild party girl", which anyone could relate to. I think something in between is when we're at our best :) The characters were great but my favorite one (I have to say, and so not because I'm a girl) was seriously the girl's boyfriend! Plot: Loved the virtual prom idea but it should have been more thought out, I didn't understand really how they made everyone,everywhere see it and attend it, but maybe that's just me (cause I'm a totally fast reader when it comes to good books, so take that as a compliment Preble :)I loved how she dressed in the car and had to attend both events, and again her boyfriend,-but it was really cute and cool to see that he knew about everything all along. :)The robot added a nice touch too (loved how it had a personality :)) Setting: I could've used more of the "where" and "when" in this book, I mean it was great, but it was 99% and the picky girl that I am, it only needed 1% to be the best book I've ever read. But I'll forgive you that one tiny percent, if you let me buy your next few books for free :) (just kidding :) Give it up for Laura Preble. I'd recommend to every geek in the world! :)
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TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
It's been awhile since The Queen Geek Social Club has taken their next step in trying to conquer the world. And Becca is getting pretty antsy about the sudden lack of ideas.

Desperately trying to become sane once again, she's on the hunt to find that one thing that everyone is crazy about. Is it just a coincidence or luck that prom season has just arrived?

Despite the constant reminders from Fletcher and Carl, Shelby and Becca aren't too sure they want to accompany their boyfriends to the worst social event in the history of high school. Although Shelby actually wouldn't mind going with Fletcher, who is a shoo-in for court, choosing Fletcher's side could possibly push Becca over the edge, and we all know what kind of trouble that would cause.

What's Becca's solution to this problem? Geek Prom! The first ever prom that isn't about the fancy dresses, the overpriced tickets, and the need to become the queen and king for one night. Sure, it may take some time and lots of effort to complete this mission, especially when certain people, including boyfriends, aren't so hot on the idea that it is to be held on the same night as the "normal" prom.

All the Queen Geeks seem perfectly fine with this plan - who would dare cross Becca? Maybe Shelby? Trying to sustain her relationship with Fletcher while tending to Becca's crazy idea isn't the easiest thing in the world.

Of course, Shelby isn't the only one with love troubles. Carl is definitely not happy with Becca, but who needs him when the newest queen geek, Evie, is like her clone? And Shelby's dad just found himself in a pickle when a certain someone interrupts his relationship with Becca's mom.

Two proms, one night, plenty of drama.

Hilariously entertaining, PROM QUEEN GEEKS carries on the momentum from the previous two novels in the series. The characters are crazier, the relationships are even cuter, and the beginning, middle, and end will make you squeal with excitement. Laura Preble continues to satisfy her fans with this great series that will ultimately make the reader want to strike up their own Geek Prom.