pramaBook Title: Prama
Author: Jamie Ponti
of pages: 194
Publisher: Simon Pulse (February 19, 2008)


Molly (prom committee chair) is positive that something will ruin her night…and she has no idea how right she is.

Ben (last-minute date) tells himself he’s just along for the ride…but he’s got something very real at stake.

Allison (loyal best friend) plans to make a move on her crush…who’s there with his girlfriend.

Victoria (alpha girl) thought she had a lock on the prom queen crown…until gorgeous exchange student Karolina came on the scene.

Matt (star athlete) comes to claim his rightful place at the top of the social chain…but ends up surprising everyone, including himself.

Rachel (girl with no clique) is there to shake things up…but there’s more to her than meets the eye.

Hmm.. I don’t really know where to start with this book. Well, this is the first time I’ve heard of the word “prama.” Tons of drama revolved around all the characters. However, I didn’t find anything really truly special about this book. It was pretty good writing by how many different character’s opinions the book consisted of and all the characters seemed special and unique in their own way.

I do like Ponti’s writing. You really get to see how she writes amazingly in completely diverse points of views. I think that’s pretty awesome if you can do that. The beginning is pretty nifty telling who’s who. Ponti did a great job describing the chaos of the so-called greatest night of your high school life. I really liked the ending the best. Prama was a cute and good book to read.