A Really Nice Prom Mess by Brian Sloan

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Gay high school senior Cameron Hayes endures a disastrous prom night when forced to take a girl as his date, and after fleeing the dance in disguise, he finds himself involved in a surprising on-stage performance, a high-speed police chase, and unexpected revelations.

About Brian Sloan

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Brian Sloan is an independent filmmaker. His first feature, the screwball comedy "I Think I Do, " was praised by the "New York Times" as "hysterically funny and very smart." Brian broke onto the indie scene with the short film "Pool Days, " his NYU thesis project. Dealing with the sexual misadventures of a teenage lifeguard, the film screened at more than fifty film festivals, including Sundance and New Directors. Brian helped assemble a package of three short films (including "Pool Days") around the theme of teen-agers coming out, "Boys Life, " which eventually spawned three sequels."A Really Nice Prom Mess" is his first novel. Brian lives in New York City.
Published May 17, 2005 by Simon & Schuster Children's Publishing. 272 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Young Adult, Humor & Entertainment, Children's Books. Fiction

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The night starts badly -- Cameron's date, Virginia, is drunk and upset her guy is gay -- and deteriorates from there, as Cameron fights with his boyfriend, Shane, and gets stoned with Shane's date, Jane (but only after Virginia's hair catches on fire).

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