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10 thoughts on “Shadowland

  1. says:

    4.5 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 me.I 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 books.This 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 ...


  2. says:

    Re read 4 24 17 This series is still perfect after all this time It is mega cheesy and I probably wouldn t recommend it to someone to pick up for the first time nowadays, but as a nostalgic re read, this was PERFECTION Can t wait to carry on and re read the rest of ...


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    But even on the ninth floor of Bellevue which is where they lock up the crazy people in New York I probably wouldn t be safe from the ghosts They d find me They always do. Alright so, it appears that everyone wanted to like my pre review of fangirlish relations to when I was youngerso I don t see a large point in writing a long winded review when it seems everyone has mostly stopped by and saw all they wanted to see But, along with those youngish nostalgic ramblings, I did want to say why I loved and still love this series.It s not often a person can look back at a book they read in middle school and say they still love it and it s almost just as good as they remember Maybe it is, maybe it isn t Maybe I love it so much I m blind to the fact that it is a little youngish Maybe it really is just as good as I think it is Maybe I am biased because I truly believe this author is a witty, sarcastic, and wonderful writer Or maybe I m just biased for Jesse And Suze I don t know, and frankly, who the fuck cares Oh, Suze Not again This series shaped a large chunk of my pre teen years and gave me countless months, years, whatever...


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    I ve developed a really bad habit book cheating.Until recently, I ve had impeccable reading etiquette I never flip to the end of the book I don t cheat to see if the lovers reconcile or to discover who the murderer is Instead, I read from cover to cover It s only right.But lately I ve found myself cheating I can t help it it s those pesky young adult serials I ve been reading They simply aren t good enough to justify reading the whole series, but they are interesting enough that I want to know what happens So I ve started looking online to discover how the series end I know, shameful.I never should have started three YA series in one week Such an overdose could only be dangerous The latest culprit Meg Cabot s The Mediator series I just finished the first book, Shadowland, and I had to know what happened to the protagonist, Suze, so I cheated.Suze is a mediator Basically, she is a teen Ghost Whisperer I confess I have watched and even enjoyed the TV series, so I was a bit intrigued by the idea of a teenage girl who both sees ghosts and helps them cross to the other side.The premise is interes...


  5. says:

    Muy bueno, pero muy corto.


  6. says:

    My first thought was that this would be some overdramatic teen novel that would quickly get buried under layers of drama and romance, but actually it was really complex, funny, imaginative and powerful as far as YA bestsellers go I loved the main character, how she wasn t just some cookie cutter girl and had her own unconventional style a...


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    Review posted on Fafa s Book Corner Beware spoilers ahead When I was younger I was a fan of Meg Cabot As far as I was concerned she could do no wrong and that all her books were fantastic Last year I discovered that it s not true I found out that I didn t like her contemporary books But I still immensely enjoyed her paranormal supernatural books This year I remembered this series and was happy to find that my library has it I am happy to say that I enjoyed this The book begins with Suze mentioning the differences between New York and California Her mother has gotten remarried and they had to shift to California because Andy her step dad owns a business there Suze actually likes Andy and she doesn t mind Dopey, Sleepy, and Doc her nicknames for her step brothers but she doesn t like the fact that they had to move Suze doesn t share these thoughts with her mother Andy makes her mother very happy and Suze is okay with that.Her new family take her home On the way there she notices again how different Cali is from New York While they are talking it comes out that the school she ll be attending is a very old building As is there house After hearing this Suze starts to freak out because she doesn t like old buildings.When they get to the house Suze tries to remain calm Andy has put a lot of work into the house and has tried to make it comfortable for her Once they reach Suze s room she sees a guy sitting at her window seat Only the rest of her family don t see him Suze can see gh...


  8. says:

    THIS WAS SO MUCH FUN I m just obsessed with Meg Cabot and I think this will end up being another one of my favourite series Thanks to Chelsea for introducing me to this series and for buddy reading this with me 3


  9. says:

    Why on Earth haven t I read this sooner SO.MUCH.FUN.I love Meg Cabot and her Princess Diaries are basically the synonym for my elementary school period However, I didn t particularly like her Heather Wells series, so I was kind of wary when I first started reading this book BUT HOLY MACARONI I loved it I loved Suze Jesse, Father D, her step brothers, the story, the very Meg Cabot writing, the humor, the action It was extremely fun reading about Suze s adventures and just ...


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    Fanarts and random images included Yey Disclaimer Rereading and reviewing some of my old time favourites First read in 2010, last reread in Summer, 2016WARNING 1 This is a review for the first 6 books The new book that was published earlier in 2016 will be reviewed separately.2 No spoilers are included.3 This series has many many many many flaws, avoid if you re not a fan of YA by all cost 4 My logic is purely emotional as usual , you might want to check a few reviews.5 Ahhh, 2010 the year when people were still waging wars over who should hook up with Bella from Twilight, panicking over which vampire book they should read next, or wondering whether they should just move on something serious such as fallen angels And there was one website that offered the solution to all our problems STORYThe books follow Suze, an extroverted and mischievous teenager about to start her new life in beautiful, sunny California, along with her mum, step dad and three step brothers New house, new school and a new roommatewho happens to be dead Yep, Jesse, a hot young cowboy with KILLER ABS as we are kindly reminded a thousand times by our protagonist politely refuses to vacate her bedroom, mainly because he doesn t know where else to go and he doesn t want to leave the only person who can actually see and communicate with him As creepy as this sounds, Jesse is a very old fashioned gentleman so he never really abuses Suze s privacy J...


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Shadowland LENGTH 6 Hrs And 2 MinsMeg Cabot Is The New York Times Best Selling Author Of The Princess Diaries Series Susannah Simon Is A Teenager Who Can See Ghosts As A Bridge Between The Living And The Dead, She Gets Called On To Help Ghosts Take Care Of Unfinished Business After She And Her Mother Move From New York City To Sunny California, Suze Meets The Sexiest Boy She S Ever Seen, Too Bad He S A Ghost, Too.