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Product details

  • Paperback: 224 pages
  • Publisher: Macmillan Children's Books; Main Market Ed. edition (7 July 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0330434829
  • ISBN-13: 978-0330434829
  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 1.5 x 19.7 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 453,640 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

More About the Author

Meg Cabot is the author of the phenomenally successful The Princess Diaries series and two hugely popular movies based on The Princess Diaries have been made.

Meg is also the author of many other bestselling novels, including Airhead, All American Girl, How To Be Popular, Jinx, Teen Idol and The Mediator series.

She and her husband divide their time between Florida and Indiana.

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Starring Susannah Simon - the sassiest ghost-hunter ever!

About the Author

Meg Cabot is the author of many books for young adults, including the phenomenally successful The Princess Diaries series, All American Girl, Nicola and the Viscount, Victoria and the Rogue, and Teen Idol. Meg lives with her husband and one-eyed cat, Henrietta, and divides her time between homes in Florida and New York City. Her novels for adults, The Guy Next Door and Boy Meets Girl, are also published by Pan Macmillan.

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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Ashleigh on 26 July 2006
Format: Paperback
I have read all of the mediator books and i have to say that this one was the best ever, although i really liked it, i don't want it to end, i will miss reading about Suze and Jesse and all their troubles. It has such a sweet ending and i have to say i am really glad it ended like that because it just made it so happy. I would recommend it to girls ages 12 - 16, becaus ethis is the age at which most of the characters are and you will understand it really well. I don't see how Meg Cabot can write like she does becaus eshe is so good at it, i have read all of the books in the series and read all of them in less than 2 days, becaus ethey are so goo doyu just can't put them down. So i defenitly recomend it to you, and all of the other Mag Caot books, because she is such a great author and all her books are really good.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By rachel smith on 9 Jun. 2007
Format: Paperback
this book made me cry. i know it sounds like i'm a sentimental freak, which i pretty much am, lol.

but this book had all the characteristics of a perfect teenage rainy-day novel. the character organisation was incredible! paul slater made the perfect kind of demon- he's so original in the way that he seems hot but has powers u couldnt dream of, and he kept me on tenderhooks all the time becuz i always expected him to cause trouble whenever things were going perfectly with suze and jesse.

speaking of suze and jesse, their chemistry sounds perfect- not all over the place like u know pashing 24/7 but meg cabot just hit it off straight away with the jesse character. he was tender, kind, sensible, did ADORABLE thigns and the part at the barn when suze and paul had travelled back in time just portrayed jesse perfectly, in that he cared for a perfect stranger even though he had no connection with her as far as he knew? it made him seem like the trusting sort of guy which was done VERY well by meg cabot. in one phrase, jesse is= my idea of a 19th century hottie, looks and personality wise.

and we cant 4get suze right?. what can i say about suze? (can i call her sue? its easier to type). the way meg cabot combined the two personalities of sue and jesse to form a couple was amazing. sue- bold, knows what she ants, tender underneath, jesse is the world to her, never tries to push ppl into doing what she wants, but will do things HERSELF to get what she wants if her accomplice is unwilling, and jesse- you cant push him around because once decides on something he can be a bit stubborn, but soft in the heart so wont try to pry the info out of you in a menacing way and etc etc. you know what i mean.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By CHîM€ð_®ø× on 6 Mar. 2006
Format: Paperback
This book had it all. Romance, comedy, violence and of course one hell of a lot of the supernatural. Suze Simon has finally managed to win over the gorgeous Jesse but will fellow mediator Paul be able to spoil it? It looks like he might when he threatens to give Jesse an offer he couldn't refuse: A second chance at life. What will Suze do? Let Jesse live and never get the chance to meet him or watch him die? This book was a fantastic end to the series with a twist I don't think anyone saw coming. The only thing I found slightly lacking though was there seemed to be less fighting. Good for people who don't enjoy reading about people getting their noses broken but if you, like me, find endless entertainment in reading about bad guys getting their butts kicked then you might be a bit disappointed.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Mr on 16 Dec. 2007
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The Mediator books are great stories but before you buy - BEWARE. The title list implies there are 12 "Mediator" book titles by Meg Cabot whereas there are only 6, but each book is published under 2 different titles (why?). For information: "Mediator 1 - Love You To Death" ISBN 0 330437372 is identical to "Shadowland (Mediator)" ISBN 0060725117; "Mediator 2 - High Stakes" ISBN 0330437380 is identical to "Ninth Key (Mediator)" ISBN 0060725125; "Mediator 3 - Mean Spirits" ISBN 0330437399 is identical to "Reunion (Mediator)" ISBN 0060725133; "Mediator 4 - Young Blood" ISBN 0330437402 is identical to "Darkest Hour (Mediator)" ISBN 0060725141; "Mediator 5 - Grave Doubts" ISBN 0330418335 is identical to "Haunted (Mediator)" ISBN 0060751649; and "Mediator 6 - Heaven Sent" ISBN 0330434829 is identical to "Twilight (Mediator)" ISBN 0060724692.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Coates on 4 Dec. 2006
Format: Paperback
I have read all of the series, and however much I reallllly want to enjoy this book, I found it difficult. I did like it, don't get me wrong, however it was entirely predictable, and lacked the usual 'adventure' of the others. It more focused on relationships, and although near the end it got very good (and might I say clever), it took a long time to get to, and I just felt that her earlier books were better.
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This is a brilliant end to Meg Cabot's strongest series. It's well plotted, keeps you guessing and has the brilliant, feisty, Suze. She seems a lot more "grown up" than Cabot's other heriones, is a lot more interesting to read about and definitely never has the whingey tendencies of Mia from the Princess Diaries series.

This series, I felt, didn't start fanatastically, but by the fourth book it had me absolutely gripped and I was not disappointed by its conclusion. However, you will be distraught that there are to be no more Mediator books, not because the ending is unsatisfactory, but because it is so incredibly well written.

I would draw slight similarities between this and the excellent "Twilight" by Stephenie Meyer which is also a romantic story with supernatural themes, however, I would say this series aims at a slightly lower age range (approximately 12- 16).

If you have been disappinted by some of Meg Cabot's recent formulaic efforts or put off her by the rambling plots and irritating characters of The Princess Diaries then this book will restore your belief in her ability. It really is a quality teen romance with a supernatural twist.
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