A Prom to Remember is Sandy Hall’s fourth novel, and it’s just as cute and character filled as her previous books! To help keep all of the characters and who they interact with, I made this character guide:
While so many characters can be confusing at times, I love the way Hall intertwines their stories and creates distinct personalities. Even though the POVs focus on Cora, Paisley, Henry, Jacinta, Otis, Lizzie, and Cameron, the secondary characters are just as much a part of the story as the main characters and I enjoyed seeing the friendships overlap. Once I diagramed who each of the seven main POVs were interacting with, I was better able to keep their stories straight, which is why I transferred my diagram over to an online version for others to use. Disclaimer, not all of the relationships are connected as there is a lot of overlap, but I tried to show as many of them as possible.
What I love so much about Hall’s books (and why I keep coming back for more) are fluffiness of them. A Prom to Remember is a delight to read and I adored how cute it was. I could not tell you which POV I liked best as it changed each time it switched. The switches happened frequently, so just as I was getting into one storyline, it would switch over to a different character and I would get caught up in their story. With summer coming up, this is the perfect beach read for anyone looking for a fun, contemporary YA filled with friendships and fluffy relationships.
Overall, A Prom to Remember is another hit by Sandy Hall! Fans of her previous books will love this fun, end-of-senior-year-prom-filled novel!
*This ARC was provided to me by the publisher through Xpresso Book Tours and NetGalley in exchange for a honest review.*