Bloodred nails, flashing white teeth, gleaming scarlet lips–Maggie Quinn has battled an ancient demon, faced down psychotic cheerleaders, and saved her best friend from certain death, but nothing can match this. Formal sorority recruitment, otherwise known as rush. Being that close to so many professional blowouts is enough to make a girl’s hair stand on end. Ionic hair dryer not required. But Maggie is determined to make her mark as a journalist. The only problem? The Ranger Report–the college newspaper–does not take freshmen on staff. Rules are rules. But when has that ever stopped Maggie? After facing hellfire, infiltrating sorority rush should be easy. It’s no Woodward and Bernstein, but going undercover as the Phantom Pledge will allow her to write her exposé. Then she can make a stealth exit before initiation. But when she finds a group of girls who are after way more than “sisterhood,” all her instincts say there’s something rotten on Greek Row. And when Hell Week rolls around, there may be no turning back. If there is such a thing as a sorority from hell, you can bet that Maggie Quinn will be the one to stumble into it.
“Teens who like social commentary and witty comebacks with their horror will devour Hellweek.”–School Library Journal
“Maggie’s snarky humor and quirky personality keep this novel’s first half light, but the second takes a dark, page-turning twist as Maggie is forced to figure out and destroy the ancient source of the sisters’ power.”—Kirkus Reviews
“When you need a Buffy fix, grab a copy of Hell Week. From danger to humor, romance to mystery, this book has it covered!”–Melissa Marr, author of the bestselling novel Wicked Lovely and Ink Exchange
Maggie Quinn: Thank you for letting me interview you.Rosemary Clement-Moore: I’m just glad that the character of my novels is a journalist. It means I don’t have to write about myself, which can be so awkward. MQ: Right. Awkward. Like… More about Rosemary Clement-Moore