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The original sassy and spooky series from the queen of teen, Meg Cabot. Now with vamped-up covers - appealing to fans of paranormal romance. Meet Susannah Simon: she's a typical teenage girl who just happens to be a ghost-hunter . . . oh, and she's also dead-over-heels for Jesse - the sexiest spook ever! But can this girl get her ghost? In MEAN SPIRITS Suze is all set to s The original sassy and spooky series from the queen of teen, Meg Cabot. Now with vamped-up covers - appealing to fans of paranormal romance. Meet Susannah Simon: she's a typical teenage girl who just happens to be a ghost-hunter . . . oh, and she's also dead-over-heels for Jesse - the sexiest spook ever! But can this girl get her ghost? In MEAN SPIRITS Suze is all set to spend a relaxing summer on the beach, until she runs into the vengeful ghosts of four high-school students. She must use her mediating skills to guide these ghouls through the afterlife and stop them wreaking havoc in the present. In YOUNG BLOOD Suze is heartbroken when gorgeous ghost Jesse doesn't seem to love her back. When his 150-year-old grave is unearthed in her backyard, she is determined to discover how and why he died. But one thing's for sure - digging up the past can be a deadly business . . . About The Author: Meg Cabot is the author of The Princess Diaries series as well as several other novels for teenagers. Her books have sold millions of copies round the world - and two million in the UK alone. She has lived in various parts of the US and France, but now lives in Key West, Florida, with her husband and one-eyed cat, Henrietta.


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The original sassy and spooky series from the queen of teen, Meg Cabot. Now with vamped-up covers - appealing to fans of paranormal romance. Meet Susannah Simon: she's a typical teenage girl who just happens to be a ghost-hunter . . . oh, and she's also dead-over-heels for Jesse - the sexiest spook ever! But can this girl get her ghost? In MEAN SPIRITS Suze is all set to s The original sassy and spooky series from the queen of teen, Meg Cabot. Now with vamped-up covers - appealing to fans of paranormal romance. Meet Susannah Simon: she's a typical teenage girl who just happens to be a ghost-hunter . . . oh, and she's also dead-over-heels for Jesse - the sexiest spook ever! But can this girl get her ghost? In MEAN SPIRITS Suze is all set to spend a relaxing summer on the beach, until she runs into the vengeful ghosts of four high-school students. She must use her mediating skills to guide these ghouls through the afterlife and stop them wreaking havoc in the present. In YOUNG BLOOD Suze is heartbroken when gorgeous ghost Jesse doesn't seem to love her back. When his 150-year-old grave is unearthed in her backyard, she is determined to discover how and why he died. But one thing's for sure - digging up the past can be a deadly business . . . About The Author: Meg Cabot is the author of The Princess Diaries series as well as several other novels for teenagers. Her books have sold millions of copies round the world - and two million in the UK alone. She has lived in various parts of the US and France, but now lives in Key West, Florida, with her husband and one-eyed cat, Henrietta.

30 review for Mean Spirits / Young Blood

  1. 5 out of 5

    Glass Fairy

    This one was a slight struggle to finish! The protagonist seemed to completely change from the way she was in the first book, maybe that’s a good thing? But she seemed much more weepy, a little needy. And she continues to complain about the lack of guys interested in her and dates...and since she moved to that little town there’s now been...4? Guys she’s dated, it’s like the author forgot about the previous book all together! Her dad also didn’t make an appearance this time, I wonder why 🤔 Jesse This one was a slight struggle to finish! The protagonist seemed to completely change from the way she was in the first book, maybe that’s a good thing? But she seemed much more weepy, a little needy. And she continues to complain about the lack of guys interested in her and dates...and since she moved to that little town there’s now been...4? Guys she’s dated, it’s like the author forgot about the previous book all together! Her dad also didn’t make an appearance this time, I wonder why 🤔 Jesse remains quite lovely and is the saving grace of this saga, I don’t know at this point, I’m just reading them because I bought them and it’s a damn good reason to procrastinate and not study 🙈

  2. 5 out of 5

    Pavitra (For The Love of Fictional Worlds)

    Falling in love with Jesse all over again <3

  3. 4 out of 5

    Charlotte

    STOP THINKING SOO MUCH! The main character just goes on and on and on... If she stopped, this book could be so much better, But she doesn't. And it's beginning to annoy me. STOP THINKING SOO MUCH! The main character just goes on and on and on... If she stopped, this book could be so much better, But she doesn't. And it's beginning to annoy me.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Lindsay

    This book series is aimed at a young teen market and I’m far from that market! Still, this is a really enjoyable and easy read. The main character Suze is really engaging, and the writing style is engaging. Will I remember the story in a weeks time? Probably not, but sometimes you want a piece of fluff to just switch off too and enjoy 😉. Job done ✅

  5. 5 out of 5

    Char

    Mean Spirits Four Stars *****SPOILERS***** The Mediator books by Meg Cabot are some of my favourites from my teens. The series follows Susannah Simon a 16 year old girl with the ability to see and speak to the dead. Suze has settled into her new life in California, where she moved after her mum remarried, and her best friend from New York, Gina, is staying with her for the week. Gina's one of the few people who knows about her being a mediator, another person being Father Dominic, priest, Suze's Mean Spirits Four Stars *****SPOILERS***** The Mediator books by Meg Cabot are some of my favourites from my teens. The series follows Susannah Simon a 16 year old girl with the ability to see and speak to the dead. Suze has settled into her new life in California, where she moved after her mum remarried, and her best friend from New York, Gina, is staying with her for the week. Gina's one of the few people who knows about her being a mediator, another person being Father Dominic, priest, Suze's headteacher and fellow mediator. The story starts with Suze and Gina chillaxing on the beach... until they realise they've run out of diet coke. They go to Jimmy's and it's while they're there that Suze sees a group of teenagers in prom outfits stealing a 12 pack of beer. Yep, you've guessed it... they're ghosts, cue Suze going all Nancy Drew on us as she tries to send the dead people (known locally as the RLS Angels) into the next realm by discovering what happened to them. It's a solid read and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I can't wait to start book 4. Young Blood 4 stars In this installment of the mediator series, Suze has been forced to get a job by her step father Andy. So she's ended up working as a babysitter at the Pebble Beach Hotel and Golf Resort. Whilst there she meets 8 year old Jack Slater, the world's most annoying child- until Suze discovers his secret that is. This story also has another plot running alongside it. A story that delves into Jesse's life and and death amd it's one of the best YA Paranormal Romance plot developments I've read all year. It leaves you excited, it leaves you wanting more. The last two sentences of this book are enough to make you want to grab the final two books, a huge mountain of food and go hide in a corner to read them. I have to say Jesse and Suze's relationship is one of my favourites because it doesn't detract from the main story like so many books do. It's just an added bonus, another reason to buy the books and read them. Overall this is my favourite book of the series, it's amazing. The only reason I didn't give it 4.5 is that some of the developments could have been explored more. I reccommend taking the book to the beach and reading it there, it's definitely a beach book, it's just the wrong time of the year.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Marina

    ok, these books are seriously good! I loved both stories in the second bind-up! While Suze might be partly annoying with her 'boys-issue', she is also a very funny character. and I've been looking for books like these for quite some time now, so I'm happy that I found them! The first story is a straight 5/5 story to me, I absolutely loved it. Gina has been mentioned throughout the first two books and now she's visiting Suze, which was very insteresting! Michael was a very interesting character. ok, these books are seriously good! I loved both stories in the second bind-up! While Suze might be partly annoying with her 'boys-issue', she is also a very funny character. and I've been looking for books like these for quite some time now, so I'm happy that I found them! The first story is a straight 5/5 story to me, I absolutely loved it. Gina has been mentioned throughout the first two books and now she's visiting Suze, which was very insteresting! Michael was a very interesting character. Everything with him and the RSL Angels would be perfect movie material. And the finale was the bomb! 'Young Blood' had some seriously interesting plot twists! In this story, we get to know a little bit more about Jesse, whom we already encounter in the first three books, and it is obvious that Suze is falling for him. While I was seriously pissed of Maria De Silva, I really liked the new characters that were introduced. Yes, the books are a bit exaggerated, but that's what makes them so funny and enjoyable. I love characters like Suze and seriously wish there were more like her in books!

  7. 4 out of 5

    Anna Serra i Vidal

    Yes I know it's 3-4th book in series. But hubby got it for me without reading there were two before and I will try to get into it. Same happened to me with Harry Potter, I read the second one first, and I was as hooked as if I had read the first one first. And now I just want to read THE REST OF THE SERIES! I want to know what happens next after the big cliffhanger, and what happened before, how did Suze meet the characters she now knows so well. Anyway... it grabbed me, even with the whole punch Yes I know it's 3-4th book in series. But hubby got it for me without reading there were two before and I will try to get into it. Same happened to me with Harry Potter, I read the second one first, and I was as hooked as if I had read the first one first. And now I just want to read THE REST OF THE SERIES! I want to know what happens next after the big cliffhanger, and what happened before, how did Suze meet the characters she now knows so well. Anyway... it grabbed me, even with the whole punching the ghosts was a bit weird.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Spp

    I loved this book. I Couldn't believe it when Jesse's ex fiance tried to kill Suze. I cried when they found Jesse's body/ bones in the pit. I loved this book. I Couldn't believe it when Jesse's ex fiance tried to kill Suze. I cried when they found Jesse's body/ bones in the pit.

  9. 5 out of 5

    P

    Mean Spirits was rather childish and at one point it felt like just another teen drama but then young blood was good.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Ela ;)

    I think that this book is a bit deep, but some people could definitely enjoy it. It's a little bit scary, because it talks about mediators (people who can see ghosts) So it mat seem scary to some people. To me it didn't seem that scary though, because when I read a book it doesn't come out as scary like a movie. It does include some romance though I didn't really enjoy those parts of the book because it seemed a bit cliché. I think that this book is a bit deep, but some people could definitely enjoy it. It's a little bit scary, because it talks about mediators (people who can see ghosts) So it mat seem scary to some people. To me it didn't seem that scary though, because when I read a book it doesn't come out as scary like a movie. It does include some romance though I didn't really enjoy those parts of the book because it seemed a bit cliché.

  11. 4 out of 5

    17knibbsc014

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The protagonist can see ghosts and has become a mediator.they chose to help them but made enemies on the way.She also has a crush on a ghost but then he disappeared and she wanted to get him back.this book has a very mixed plot and is harder to get through

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kirsty McCracken

    3.5⭐️. This storyline just makes me smile and tugs at my heart strings. Yes it has issues but I don't even care. 3.5⭐️. This storyline just makes me smile and tugs at my heart strings. Yes it has issues but I don't even care.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Elisa Kay

    What a fantastic 2 novels in 1. I read these books in 2 days. Spirits after revenge who need help getting their revenge for their deaths and spirits who are trying to keep their evil deeds secret.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Rara77

    I loved the adventures of Suzannah Simon I really felt like I was there with her, Jessie, Dominic and her crazy family!

  15. 5 out of 5

    Kayak

    This series is one of the best books I have ever read they are amazing and I recommend it to everyone

  16. 5 out of 5

    Matilda

    Had a lot of fun with this! Very YA but actually fun for older readers too :) Very teenager though

  17. 4 out of 5

    Ria

    A wonderful set of two supernatural tales which is my opinion are great either as a two volume read or even if you had the single volume version as a stand alone due to the fact only slight, passing reference is made to the preceding book. Suze is a mediator, her job is to help those who passed on to cross over and help them sort things out on Earth while still in their ghostly form but this is not always such an easy job as it sounds... In Mean spirits she encounters the ghosts of four dead kids A wonderful set of two supernatural tales which is my opinion are great either as a two volume read or even if you had the single volume version as a stand alone due to the fact only slight, passing reference is made to the preceding book. Suze is a mediator, her job is to help those who passed on to cross over and help them sort things out on Earth while still in their ghostly form but this is not always such an easy job as it sounds... In Mean spirits she encounters the ghosts of four dead kids who were involved in a car crash where the collision sent them spiralling off the road and onto a stretch of beach where the tide drowned them. They are hell bent on revenge on the boy they believe is to blame but who has a crush on Suze, who doesn't reciprocate his feelings but the situation is made more complicated when Jesse her "live in" ghost in her bedroom at home and her mentor and fellow mediator, partner in crime Father Dominic assigns her to watch over Michael in case the four dead kids try anything. Can Suze unravel the truth about that night? Was it truly an accident and they are blaming Michael for nothing or is the truth more sinister than Suze feared? In the sequel, Young blood Suze meets a young mediator who is scared and not aware of why or how he can see dead people. Suze tries to help but unwittingly by appraising Jack of what he is she accidentally gives a vengeful ghost the means and tools to exorcise her best friend and afterlife crush Jesse, the resident ghost who lives with her in her bedroom. But when the vengeful ghost is wiping out anyone (and this includes Suze too) who knows the truth about how and why Jesse died its up to her, Father D and young to stop the evil Maria and Felix Diego. But is it too late for the exorcised Jesse? Brilliantly written with a lot of humour and wit and wonderful characters this is a must for fans of teen lit or just supernatural stories in general. Personally I enjoyed these two volumes so much I have already bought the rest in the collection! What higher accolade can an author receive? A great and enjoyable read.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Anna M.

    WHY GOD, WHY DOES IT HAVE TO BE SO GOOD?????? Why...? Everything was fantastic! The storyline of this book was amazing and flawless. I had to take my breath every 5 minutes! It started fantastically and ended perfectly. I had to admit that every time Meg Cabot described scenes that ghosts appeared, I had to actually WRAP myself up in a blanket! Basically, Susannah Simon was a mediator who helped leading ghosts to where they were supposed to be. In both of the stories within this book, she needed help from F WHY GOD, WHY DOES IT HAVE TO BE SO GOOD?????? Why...? Everything was fantastic! The storyline of this book was amazing and flawless. I had to take my breath every 5 minutes! It started fantastically and ended perfectly. I had to admit that every time Meg Cabot described scenes that ghosts appeared, I had to actually WRAP myself up in a blanket! Basically, Susannah Simon was a mediator who helped leading ghosts to where they were supposed to be. In both of the stories within this book, she needed help from Father Dominic (a priest who was also a mediator) and Jesse (a ghost who was her roommate and who she fell in love with). The first story, "Mean Spirits" was about the souls of four teenagers . Everybody called them, " RLS Angels", since they were attractive and popular in RLS School. RLS Angels were searching for the person who killed them, which turned out to be a really unexpected person! " Young Blood", was about Jesse's ex-fiancée, Maria De Silva who came back as a ghost to dubiously dig the yard of her 100 and something year old house. Maria was hiding something or SOMEONE under the ground beneath Suz's house. Suz soon discovered two more mediators unexpectedly. The more secrets revealed, the more Suz discovered about the truth of Jesse’s death. The two stories were well-written. Every single character was extraordinary. They were well described and characterized. Susannah Simon was an amazing mediator, although she was just 16 years old. She was impatient and easy-to-catch-off-guard, nonetheless. She had helped lots of ghosts, including both decent and immoral ghosts. Well, Jesse... He was sexy, intelligent and FLAWLESS! Nothing less.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Cherry Mischievous

    Audiobook/Paperback Omnibus Review: I obviously like Johanna Parker so the narrator rating is of course a 5 out of 5. And I think the narration is the best part of this book. In book 1, Love You To Death, Susannah (the main protagonist) made mistakes but she hadn't been out and out stupid. For somebody who'd survived "mediating" and dealing with all kinds of souls including powerful vengeful ones, for years, she sure does not display an ounce of self preservation. Never mind sense. So Jesse tell Audiobook/Paperback Omnibus Review: I obviously like Johanna Parker so the narrator rating is of course a 5 out of 5. And I think the narration is the best part of this book. In book 1, Love You To Death, Susannah (the main protagonist) made mistakes but she hadn't been out and out stupid. For somebody who'd survived "mediating" and dealing with all kinds of souls including powerful vengeful ones, for years, she sure does not display an ounce of self preservation. Never mind sense. So Jesse tells her to run because these angry ghosts will kill her and she LAUGHS and dares the ghosts to "bring it on". When said ghosts beats the shit out of her, she whines. WTF! At which point not only do I want the ghosts to beat Susannah to a pulp but kill her as well because not only is she just too stupid to live and survived only by sheer dumb luck, but she was just asking for it! Would I recommend this book/series to anybody? No. The world building and story telling quality are not bad but the heroine is just too unbelievably moronic. Empirical Evaluation: Story telling quality = 3 Character development = 1.5 Story itself = 2.5 Ending = 1.5 World building = 3 Cover art = 2 Pace = N/A (6 hours and 15 mins listening time) Plot = 1.5 Narration = 5 Overall Rating: 2 out of 5

  20. 5 out of 5

    Rina Ann Lautier

    Oh my Gods! When I found out that Jesse was gone I kinda lost it a bit, sorry but I really like that character and I was kinda like not in this book too. So let me explain, I read another book not too long ago(Abandon Trilogy) of Meg Cabot and the same thing happens to the guy in that series of books too. But don't worry they both come back. Te He Thank Hades for that. I think up till now the 4th book of the Mediator aka Young Blood is the best. And if you are reading this to see whether or not t Oh my Gods! When I found out that Jesse was gone I kinda lost it a bit, sorry but I really like that character and I was kinda like not in this book too. So let me explain, I read another book not too long ago(Abandon Trilogy) of Meg Cabot and the same thing happens to the guy in that series of books too. But don't worry they both come back. Te He Thank Hades for that. I think up till now the 4th book of the Mediator aka Young Blood is the best. And if you are reading this to see whether or not to read the book then let me tell you, read it cause it will have you on the edge of whatever you are sitting on right until the end where you finally say "oh yes about time" ;P But I'm not telling what that thing is so not to be a spoiler. Te He Oh and what I'm talking about happened on the last page of the book, so you really have to read the whole thing to find out. Enjoy So go on read the book it's really is damn amazing.^^

  21. 4 out of 5

    Lola

    I liked this book even better than the first two books. Suze has two new big ghosts problems that she solves in this one. If you liked the first two books, you will like this one too. It is more of the same as the first two books, but it is also better. The characters develop some more and we meet some new characters. The only thing that leaves me really frustrated is how slow the relationship between Jesse and Suze develops (view spoiler)[ we have to wait until the end of book four before they I liked this book even better than the first two books. Suze has two new big ghosts problems that she solves in this one. If you liked the first two books, you will like this one too. It is more of the same as the first two books, but it is also better. The characters develop some more and we meet some new characters. The only thing that leaves me really frustrated is how slow the relationship between Jesse and Suze develops (view spoiler)[ we have to wait until the end of book four before they finally kiss each other (hide spoiler)] . I mean it just takes a little bit too long. Normally I like books where the relationship develops slowly, but in this series it just takes too long without much progress. To conclude I liked this book. It is a nice read and continues much in the same way as the first two books. I only got a bit frustrated at the slow pace by which Jesse and Suze relationship develops.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Cecilie Tejlmann

    Meet Susannah Simon: she's a typical teenage girl who just happens to be a ghost-hunter ...oh, and she's also dead-over-heels for Jesse - the sexiest spook ever! But can this girl get her ghost? In "Mean Spirits", Suze is all set to spend a relaxing summer on the beach, until she runs into the vengeful ghosts of four high-school students. She must use her mediating skills to guide these ghouls through the afterlife and stop them wreaking havoc in the present. In "Young Blood", Suze is heartbroke Meet Susannah Simon: she's a typical teenage girl who just happens to be a ghost-hunter ...oh, and she's also dead-over-heels for Jesse - the sexiest spook ever! But can this girl get her ghost? In "Mean Spirits", Suze is all set to spend a relaxing summer on the beach, until she runs into the vengeful ghosts of four high-school students. She must use her mediating skills to guide these ghouls through the afterlife and stop them wreaking havoc in the present. In "Young Blood", Suze is heartbroken when gorgeous ghost Jesse doesn't seem to love her back. When his 150-year-old grave is unearthed in her backyard, she is determined to discover how and why he died. But one thing's for sure - digging up the past can be a deadly business...

  23. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Jane

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The first book was kkinda unexpected with how those group of kids died and wherther it was and accident or not and when you find out who did it and why it's kind of messed up but still. It was also good to have Suze's friend Gina come in to the series for a bit. So the second one...i don't like Paul, enough said...but no. Ok so um this book was good and how a new mediator came into it. The end was annoying with Jesse and Paul. I was seriesly pissed off and i think Paul has serious issues. It was The first book was kkinda unexpected with how those group of kids died and wherther it was and accident or not and when you find out who did it and why it's kind of messed up but still. It was also good to have Suze's friend Gina come in to the series for a bit. So the second one...i don't like Paul, enough said...but no. Ok so um this book was good and how a new mediator came into it. The end was annoying with Jesse and Paul. I was seriesly pissed off and i think Paul has serious issues. It was also really good to find out more about Jesse although his past was sad with the whole Maria and Diego thing. All i can say about the ending is 1 2 3 awww ^_^

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jenny

    I think this was my first long series I read and I enjoyed it so much! My friend had recommended it to me and I was so hocked. I think it was this series that made us best friends. Like any other Cabot book, this story was well written and structured. Good amount of humor and logic for this type of world. The only thing I was annoyed about, and that is something totally personal, which was Susannah's typeof clothes. Nothing offensive but I felt like it was too polar? I understand that Cabot want I think this was my first long series I read and I enjoyed it so much! My friend had recommended it to me and I was so hocked. I think it was this series that made us best friends. Like any other Cabot book, this story was well written and structured. Good amount of humor and logic for this type of world. The only thing I was annoyed about, and that is something totally personal, which was Susannah's typeof clothes. Nothing offensive but I felt like it was too polar? I understand that Cabot want her character to stand out but it felt too much. Overall a very good series that means a lot to me.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Shanti

    Like the first two books in this series, it was very easily read, great writing and hilarious. A very well deserved five stars for me. I've really grown to love the characters. I liked "Young Blood" a lot better than "Mean Spirits" because of a couple reasons. One, I got introduced to these new, and interesting characters. I really hope that I learn a lot more about them in later books. I think the story really needed to be introduced to new ideas. *SPOILED ALERT* Second, the fact that something Like the first two books in this series, it was very easily read, great writing and hilarious. A very well deserved five stars for me. I've really grown to love the characters. I liked "Young Blood" a lot better than "Mean Spirits" because of a couple reasons. One, I got introduced to these new, and interesting characters. I really hope that I learn a lot more about them in later books. I think the story really needed to be introduced to new ideas. *SPOILED ALERT* Second, the fact that something actually happens between Suze and Jesse, help a little. (A lot. I am way more excited about that then I let on.) All in all, a great book. I'm looking forward to reading the next two books.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Apart from the romantic antics in the next two books, these two stories are my favourite ghost of the weeks. The RLS Angels are fun and the hilariousness of Meducci constantly coming into to Suze is so excellently done. In the next story we get the introduction to Jack and Paul Slater, the latter one of my favourite “other men” in fiction. The dude is an icon. Overall I prefer this book to the previous one, if I were to choose, but this entire series is very good. It was very fun to reread, espe Apart from the romantic antics in the next two books, these two stories are my favourite ghost of the weeks. The RLS Angels are fun and the hilariousness of Meducci constantly coming into to Suze is so excellently done. In the next story we get the introduction to Jack and Paul Slater, the latter one of my favourite “other men” in fiction. The dude is an icon. Overall I prefer this book to the previous one, if I were to choose, but this entire series is very good. It was very fun to reread, especially with foresight — as I said previously, as an adult, it’s so painfully obvious Jesse likes Suze you want to just scream. It’s adorable and the romance in these books slap

  27. 4 out of 5

    Ashwini Pokharel

    ok. i love ya, fiction, and sci-fi too. i guess it is like a pet peeve of some sort i just don't like it when the main character falls in love with some dude that their friends and fam cant even see. like sad imaginary childhood friends. that's depressing and on top of that it is with a ghost from centuries ago. *cringe* i just idk i just cant with this one. it lacks substance to be taken seriously and doesn't deal with too light subject matters to be in taken as a light read either. i would reco ok. i love ya, fiction, and sci-fi too. i guess it is like a pet peeve of some sort i just don't like it when the main character falls in love with some dude that their friends and fam cant even see. like sad imaginary childhood friends. that's depressing and on top of that it is with a ghost from centuries ago. *cringe* i just idk i just cant with this one. it lacks substance to be taken seriously and doesn't deal with too light subject matters to be in taken as a light read either. i would recommend to paranormal loving readers who like reading about characters who befriend and fall in love with century old ghosts who don't mind average writing and a bad twilight fan-fiction ish feel.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Danielle

    I didnt find this bookas good as the first mainly because i felt it dragged on the stories abit more this time and it left to many questions open that you want to be answered. Overall i did really enjoy this book even though jesse and sues frustrate me how long they are taking to tell each other they like one another. what i liked best about this book is the ending as i love the whole love ending in how sues will do anything even risk her life just to be with jesse.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jess

    So I'm guessing that the title that I don't recognize is because Cabot re-named her series for re-release, but this set was originally called the 1-800-WhereRU series, and it is a great one. You root for Jess and every single other person and you cannot put the book down until you know the answers to all of your questions. Not to mention, Cabot has real talent penning honest and true relationships. So I'm guessing that the title that I don't recognize is because Cabot re-named her series for re-release, but this set was originally called the 1-800-WhereRU series, and it is a great one. You root for Jess and every single other person and you cannot put the book down until you know the answers to all of your questions. Not to mention, Cabot has real talent penning honest and true relationships.

  30. 4 out of 5

    Mailis Viiand

    3rd book gets 4 starts and 4th book gets 2 stars, and the middle ground is that I'll give to whole three shiny stars. Whats my problem you say? Well... Suze- wannabe Buffy, weird mix of smart and complete dumbass. Jesse- mysterious dead person who flutters around and apparently is completely irresistible for some reason. Dialog that is something of a eclectic mix of MTV, Scooby gang and wannabe Buffy again. 3rd book gets 4 starts and 4th book gets 2 stars, and the middle ground is that I'll give to whole three shiny stars. Whats my problem you say? Well... Suze- wannabe Buffy, weird mix of smart and complete dumbass. Jesse- mysterious dead person who flutters around and apparently is completely irresistible for some reason. Dialog that is something of a eclectic mix of MTV, Scooby gang and wannabe Buffy again.

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