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CHAPTER 1. They told Or you go to the library to check out a book — oops, the ghost of some librarian comes up to you and wants Hebrew word meaning "intent listener," which, as a fellow mediator, you of course would be." I barely. Free fulltext PDF articles from hundreds of disciplines, all in one place. The Mediator #1: Shadowland, Children's Book and Media Review, Read Shadowland (The Mediator, #1) Full Book PDF. There's a hot guy in Susannah Simon's bedroom. Too bad he's a ghost. Suze is a mediator - a liaison .

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To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Shadowland , please sign up. So basically you can read it online. What's the age rating for this book? How bad does the romance get? Oda Renate What do you mean how bad does it get? This book does not have steamy scene or anything if you were curios. And not much romance in this book either.

See all 9 questions about Shadowland…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Jul 10, Lola rated it really liked it Shelves: Now I remember why Meg Cabot used to be my most favourite author when I was younger.

I adored her. I know why I never read this series. I also know that I acted foolishly by not giving it 4. 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.

I know… what was I thinking judging so easily? The main character is slightly snarky, highly witty, smart and good at what she does. She has experience in talking to ghosts, and it shows.

Extremely recommended to fans of Linda Joy Singleton View all 38 comments.

Jul 09, Chelsea chelseadolling reads rated it it was amazing Shelves: This series is still perfect after all this time. Can't wait to carry on and re-read the rest of the series.

I love this series so damn much. Yes, it's cheesy and a little dated, but it is still absolute perfection. Love love LOVE. View all 5 comments.

Young me, of course: 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 younger But, along with those youngish nostalgic ramblings, I did want to say w 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.

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? Not again. And, admittedly, my funny story for this is that I read book five first. The girl who hates spoilers and disorder and messing with the integrity of books.

But I guess this just goes to show you that if you are a good author, you can make anything work.

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Little did I know, after a little bout of research at the local bookstore aahhh the good old brick and mortar days that I had missed four books before!! Imagine how excited I was. I mean, really. Plus, there was yet another book coming! Hey, don't judge me too harshly. And it certainly didn't show on the book's spine, I'll tell ya that much. So you're going to have to clear out.

Why do I have to leave it? I think that's why I loved this series so much. It was developed and Jesse was in full-blown swoon mode and Suze was funnier than ever-and hey, there was lots of jelly at this point So, you know, maybe my little heart needed this one first. Just before I fell asleep again, I thought I heard something besides the owl. It sounded like someone singing the words Oh, Susannah, now don't you cry for me, 'cause I come from Alabama with this banjo on my knee.

But that, I'm sure, was just my imagination. Witty, light-hearted, fun, fast-paced, and humorous, I will never get tired of reading about Suze's escapades as a mediator.

I mean really, who gets to have a sexy, mysterious ghost boy as a roommate? Certainly not I For more of my reviews, please visit: GOD guys Sometimes it feels like coming home when you pick up a book again Those feels, they are unlike anything you've ever felt. SO unreal. And so worth it to re read these masterpieces from my childhood. You know how many times I wished that would happen 10 or more years ago?!

I used to pick out songs that would make up the soundtrack. I will be there! Hope they don't ruin it! View all 27 comments. Dec 13, Leanna rated it liked it. I never flip to the end of the book. Instead, I read from cover to cover. I know, shameful. I never should have started three YA series in one week. Such an overdose could only be dangerous.

The latest culprit: I just finished the first book, Shadowland, and I had to know what happened to the protagonist, Suze, so I cheated. The premise is interesting, and the book is a fairly entertaining read.

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However, it is not entertaining enough to persuade me to read the other five books in the series. On the other hand, Suze happens to share her bedroom with a nineteenth-century-hottie-cowboy ghost.

How could I not cheat to find out how the ghost and the teenage girl progress romantically? Clearly, the cure to my problem is no more young adult serials.

View all 11 comments. Apr 06, Laura rated it really liked it Shelves: Muy bueno, pero muy corto. Apr 24, Rebecca McNutt rated it it was amazing Shelves: 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 and personality. The Californian setting definitely added an atmosphere of summer sunshine and bright nostalgia to the book, and it was full of unexpected surpr 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.

The Californian setting definitely added an atmosphere of summer sunshine and bright nostalgia to the book, and it was full of unexpected surprises. I really loved Shadowland and I'd definitely recommend it to any reader.

Jan 20, Fafa's Book Corner rated it really liked it. 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.

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 ghosts and usually there are more ghosts in old buildings. I seriously did not expect to enjoy Shadowland this much! It was so much fun!

This book is written in first person told in Suze's point of view. It takes place over the course of a few days. I loved Suze. She is definitely my favourite Meg Cabot character!

She was smart and a bit of a hot-head. She was tough and could handle a fight just fine. It was interesting to read about her experience with ghosts. And how the mediator stuff works. Throughout this book Suze trying to help people ends up being a bit reckless. She never accepts anyone's help she goes solo. Throughout the book she decides to work with other and that it isn't so bad. The relationships were awesome!

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I loved how close Suze was with her mother and that she didn't mind her step father. It's nice to read about a good step parent. While Suze isn't close to any of her brothers in the beginning of the book she does develop a good relationship with Doc.

It was so sweet reading about! It wasn't always rainbows and sunshine but they were there for each other. The little I read about Cece and Adam was nice. I liked Father Dom and Jesse. Father Dom is the principle and a priest of the school that Suze attends. Much to her surprise he is also a mediator and does offer to train her. He was a nice mentor. Jesse was a bit clueless but sweet. This does take place in a few days so there isn't really any romance.

Suze does consider Jesse good looking but at the moment they're just friends. The plot was pretty good. Heather was realistic. There are definitely girls like her. It was also nice to for a change that Suze didn't like her powers. But that didn't mean that she was rude to people she still did all her ghostly duty without a lot of complaints. I admire her for that.

I only had two problems with Shadowland. There were times when Suze would talk about how good looking Jesse that it would become annoying. And while I understood why she did so there were times when I felt it wasn't necessary.

Also I find it very weird that in a matter of a day Suze is very popular. Yes she did save one of the students and threaten to break another students fingers, I don't think it's possible to get popular that fast. Nonetheless I enjoyed this! Overall this was a really good book!

Book 1. Shadowland by Meg Cabot.

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Suze is a mediator -- a liaison between the livin… More. Want to Read. Shelving menu. Shelve Shadowland. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Rate it:. Book 2. Ninth Key by Meg Cabot. Ghosts ruin everything. Especially your love life… More. Shelve Ninth Key. Book 3. Reunion by Meg Cabot. Accidents happen. With ghostly consequences, if y… More. On her first day at the Junipero Serra Mission Academy, however, she is immediately faced with the angry ghost of Heather Chambers, the student whose place she took: Heather had committed suicide when her boyfriend Bryce Martinson broke up with her.

Father Dominic, the school principal and a fellow mediator, is surprised to learn that Suze uses physical violence to subdue ghosts like Heather, and insists that she should use friendlier, more peaceful methods of mediation. Suze refuses, saying that she has done this job her whole life and is not going to change.

When Heather's old friends - including Bryce - begin to show interest in Suze, Heather claims Suze is taking over the life she had, and ignores all attempts to placate her.

One night, after Heather attempts to kill Bryce, Suze sneaks out to the Mission to try and talk her into moving on, but Heather misconstrues her meaning, harbouring the false hope that she might get her life back. When Suze tries to explain that this is not the case, Heather enters a rage and tries to use her ghostly powers to kill Suze, who narrowly escapes with the help of Jesse.

The next day, Father Dom is unhappy with Suze's attempt to deal with Heather alone and the damage it has caused to the school grounds. She tries to explain that it was going to work, but that Heather's strength has reached unexpected levels.KaraDaisy's Review 7: Book 6. Twilight by Meg Cabot. She is now the author of nearly fifty books for both adults and teens, selling fifteen million copies worldwide, many of which have been 1 New York Times bestsellers, most notably The Princess Diaries series, which is currently being published in over 38 countries, and was made into two hit movies by Disney.

However, it is not entertaining enough to persuade me to read the other five books in the series. The well- difficulties with crimes against known Italian proverb, traduttori humanity.

What did bother me, though, was that the author used the word "fag" twice in this book I resisted Meg Cabot for so long Or maybe I'm just biased for Jesse.

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