Mean Spirits (Mediator Book 3)
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. May 06, Anna M. The storyline of this book was amazing and flawless. I had to take my breath every 5 minutes!
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It started fantastically and ended perfectly. 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. RLS Angels were searching for the person who killed them, which turned out to be a really unexpected person! Suz soon discovered two more mediators unexpectedly. The two stories were well-written.
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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. Oct 13, Cherry Mischievous rated it it was ok Shelves: 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. When said ghosts beats the shit out of her, she whines. 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!
The world building and story telling quality are not bad but the heroine is just too unbelievably moronic. 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! 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. Nov 15, Lola rated it really liked it Shelves: 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.
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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.
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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. Jul 10, Cecilie Tejlmann rated it really liked it Shelves: 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. In "Young Blood", Suze is heartbroken when gorgeous ghost Jesse doesn't seem to love her back. But one thing's for sure - digging up the past can be a deadly business Aug 27, Shanti rated it it was amazing.
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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. 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. Jul 10, Jenny rated it it was amazing Shelves: 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! 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. Jan 09, Rebecca Jane rated it it was amazing Shelves: 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 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 really good to find out more about Jesse although his past was sad with the whole Maria and Diego thing. Feb 16, Ashwini Pokharel rated it it was ok. Oct 16, Jess rated it it was amazing Shelves: 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 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.
Nov 29, Danielle rated it really liked it Shelves: 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.
May 29, Mailis Viiand rated it liked it Shelves: Whats my problem you say? 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. Aug 22, Denisse Eyo rated it really liked it. Anyway, im really hating paul he is so annoying and complete jerk! Oct 16, Claire rated it liked it. Suze has to deal with spirits aplenty who want her friend to join them, and then she tries to solve Jesse's murder. Well written and fast-paced. Didn't keep me up all night reading, but i certainly enjoyed it and would recommend it to fans of the paranormal romance genre.
Jul 20, Jaycee Lam rated it really liked it Shelves: I definitely loved it! Can't wait to read Grave doubts and Heaven sent.
May 07, Vanessa added it. Anyone can post a reader review, so post yours today! We have all sorts of YABC buttons for your website. Grab one here and link to YABC! FAQs Advertise Become a member. 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 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 User reviews There are no user reviews for this listing. Already have an account? Log in now or Create an account. Read on for more about McCall and her book, an interview, plus a giveaway! Author Of The Week: Each week we will be interviewing a different YA author and highlighting their upcoming release!
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