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Suze is a mediator a liaison between the living and the dead In other words she sees dead people And they won't leave her alone until she helps them resolve their unfinished business with the living But Jesse the hot ghost haunting her bedroom doesn't seem to need her help Which is a relief because Suze has just moved to sunny California and plans to start fresh with trips to the mall instead of the cemetery and surfing instead of spectral visitations But the very first day at her new school Suze realizes it's not that easy There's a ghost with revenge on her mind and Suze happens to be in the way


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    45 stars Now I remember why Meg Cabot used to be my most favourite author when I was younger I adored her This doesn’t mean that I liked every single book she wrote but I loved the fact that I could just chose the genre I wanted to read with her know what I’m saying? Contemporary urban fantasy paranormal supernatural historical She’s a versatile writer and those types of writers always impress meI know why I never read this series I also know that I acted foolishly by not giving it a shot I remember borrowing a couple of The Princess Diaries books from my library and seeing this series next to it I just never paid much attention to it because my eleven year old self thought it looked weird That’s right I also didn’t like the cover its colors lurid lurid lurid Anyway it just didn’t look serious enough for me and when the subject is ghost related I like it mature and complex I know what was I thinking judging so easily? I guess sometimes it’s actually good to be wrong about booksThis book This book It’s near PERFECT And it’s so much fun without there being excessive humour and entertaining but pointless scenes to the plot The main character is slightly snarky highly witty smart and good at what she does She’s a mediator and she does her job well She has experience in talking to ghosts and it shows Doesn’t mean it always works out well for her but she’s always ready to find solutions to problems and protect the people she loves I didn’t think she and I would get along that much because sometimes she can be quite rude and I don’t especially like rude people but her remarks don’t just come out of nowhere for no reason she knows how to defend herselfThere’s a bunch of secondary characters to meet and love Really there’s not one I managed to hate even the vile ones There are stereotypes even the ghost’s reason for dying wasn’t new to my ear – déja vu déjà vu déjà vu but they won’t bother you because 1 they’re not highlighted and 2 you’ll be so immersed in Suze’s main character thoughts that if she’s not thinking about that you won’t either I think maybe I missed Meg Cabot’s stories too much because I honestly can’t find anything negative that bothered me to say about this Either that or it’s just that exceptionally entrancing I guess the romance isn’t that fabulous but really Suze isn’t preoccupied by boys She has ghosts to deal with for God’s sake Well winkAlso it’s fast paced and I might even have read it in one sitting if I were the type to do that Realistic and believable too otherwise I swear I wouldn’t have liked this Ghosts are an interesting and important subject to me so if it’s not well dealt with or if they’re ridiculously portrayed I get cranky Why this book doesn’t contain your usual teen who sees ghosts story is because Meg Cabot takes it to a whole new level But I’ll let you discover what the hell I’m talking aboutI can’t even think of one reason why you shouldn’t pick this book up Extremely recommended to fans of Linda Joy Singleton and everyone else