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This time it's life or death.Suze has gotten used to ghosts. She's a mediator, after all, and communicating with the dead is all in a day's work. So she certainly never expected to fall in love with one: Jesse, a nineteenth-century hottie. But when she discovers that she has the power to determine who becomes a ghost in the first place, Suze begins to freak. It means she cThis time it's life or death.Suze has gotten used to ghosts. She's a mediator, after all, and communicating with the dead is all in a day's work. So she certainly never expected to fall in love with one: Jesse, a nineteenth-century hottie. But when she discovers that she has the power to determine who becomes a ghost in the first place, Suze begins to freak. It means she can alter the course of history... and prevent Jesse's murder, keeping him from ever becoming a ghost - and from ever meeting Suze.Will Jesse choose to live without her, or die to love her?...

Title : Twilight
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Twilight Reviews

  • Aqsa
    2019-01-04 10:03

    NEW UPDATE: 17th APRIL, 2013.The Mediator Series has been optioned to be made into a movie!!Here's what Meg updated! FUCKING STARS. THIS IS ONE OF MY FAVORITE SERIES. <3 .......................................................YOU GUYS, YOU GUYS.MEG CABOT IS WRITING THE 7TH BOOK FOR THE MEDIATOR SERIES. HAVE ALL THESE FEELS. OMFG. SO FUCKING HAPPY!MEG CABOT.*DEAD*

  • April (Aprilius Maximus)
    2019-01-16 09:03


  • Tasmina712
    2019-01-16 04:05

    Dear Jesse, I went back in time. Your time. To the 19th century. I know, I know. It was dangerous and could've cost my life, but I still went. I mean, really, since when did I ever listen to what someone told me to do.Whatever. The real reason for this is to say goodbye. Why? You ask, well because, in the future you and me, well we'll never meet. you know I'm actually smiling right now because, if you were here you'd probably get all mad and say , "Susannah. it's 'you and I.'" At first I considered of keeping my dad from dying. But then, my life wouldn't be the way it is. My mom wouldn't have met Andy and get married to him, I wouldn't have any brothers, well David. And I'd never move to Califorinia. Meet Father Dom,CeeCee, and Adam, and most importantly you. I wouldn't have met you Jesse. My dad, said it was okay. That it would be alright if I didn't keep him from dying. It meant so much to him that I actually considered doing something like that.At first I came to stop Paul from stopping Felix from killing you. Or else I'd never have met you. But then I met you Jesse, the real you. And how could I stand and see you die? Even if, you had made me cry my eyes out. I'm sorry, but you did. Come on, you didn't believe me. You thought I was a nutcrack. And then you called me "Mrs. Susannah." I wish that instead of you being from the 19th century and instead of you'd have been born in the 21st century, so then you wouldn't be a ghost or anything. And it would be perfectly fine if we'd had actually gone out or something. But then I think, would you actually have hung out with me? Would we ever even meet eachother? I doubt it, you'd probably have hung around some other college girl, the same age as you and not 5 years younger. This is probably the most hardest thing that I've ever done in my life. The thing I hate mostly about this is that when I get back to the 21st century I'll never ever remember you. But even though I would never have actually known you I'd know in my heart that their was someone that I was wupposed to meet. Someone I was supposed to be together with. So I'd be waiting for that person all my life, and never have met him. Because that person would be you. So I would never, ever, ever be able to be in an actual relationship with someone because I would know that that person is not you. And if I go back in time, and Paul's plan actually happens to work, and I do fall for him. And we end up together. Please don't get mad. Because somewhere, someday I'll know that you are the person I'm supposed to be with. That you are the person I was supposed to love and have a future with.I hope you finally get to Rest In Peace. But look in the bright side, you don't get killed. Your not married to that skanky bitch Maria. And now you know. I love you, Jesse. I love you so much, that I can prove it to you. I'm doing this for you. RIP. And maybe we'll be together soon, in both of our next lives. Don't worry I'll make sure that I find away to beat up Paul. With all my love, Suze Simon (also known as Susannah to Jesse de Silva) I love you so so so so so so so much.

  • Sara
    2018-12-20 06:13

    For some reason, this is the book I remembered the most from my first read through. I really enjoyed my reread of this series overall. It's not a perfect series - the writing is a bit juvenile - but it's a whole lot of fun. I would recommend it for anyone who wouldn't get hung up on the writing and wants a breezy series.

  • P
    2019-01-14 06:22

    ทำไมอ่านจบแล้วรู้สึกเฉยๆ ปกติอ่านตอนจบนิยายชุดไหนที่มันมีหลายๆเล่มแบบนี้ เราจะต้องรู้สึกราวกับตัวเองโดนความอีพิคถล่มทับ ปลื้มปริ่มประหนึ่งตอนดูแฮร์รี่ครบแปดภาคแล้วถึงกับน้ำตาไหลตอนเฮอร์ไมโอนี่กอดแฮร์รี่ตอนที่เขาจะไปหาโวลเดอร์มอร์ แต่นี่เราว่ามันเป็นตอนจบที่ดูเหมือนจะขาดอะไรไป คือตัดจบแบบห้วนๆไปหน่อย อยากเห็นทั้งคู่อยู่ด้วยกันมากกว่านี้ง่ะ แต่ก็ไม่เป็นไร เมื่อคิดถึงเรื่องบทสรุปที่คลายปมออกมาได้ดี แม้เราจะคิดว่าระหว่างเรื่องมีคาแรคเตอร์ของพอลนี่แหละที่เราว่ามันดูหลุดๆ แรงจูงใจก็ดูแปลกๆ ทะแม่งๆยังไงก็ไม่รู้ โทนเรื่องเราก็ว่าดรอปลงจากสองเล่มที่แล้วอยู่หน่อยนา เจสซี่ในเล่มนี้บทบาทก็แลดูไม่เด่นเท่ากับพอลเลย สังเกตว่าทั้งในหัวของซูซนี่ คิดถึงเรื่องพอลเกินกว่า 50% ได้ละมั้งในช่วงแรกของหนังสือคือแบบ...คิดว่าสองเล่มก่อนหน้าเหมือนปูเนื้อเรื่องมาดีๆและก็พีคขึ้นเรื่อยๆอยู่นะ พอมาเล่มนี้เหมือนกับมันสะดุด... ตั้งแต่ครึ่งแรกของเล่มละที่สงสัยว่านางเอกจะทำแบบนั้นไปทำไม ดูไม่ค่อยมีเหตุผลบางครั้ง ส่วนพอลเราก็ว่ามีอะไรบางอย่างทะแม่งๆอยู่ เหมือนวางคาแรคเตอร์มาไม่เนียนเลยเล่มนี้ แต่ก็โอเค...เป็นหนังสืออีกชุดที่อ่านเพลินๆ ฆ่าเวลาได้ดี แม้ว่าเราจะไม่ได้ชอบไปซะทุกเล่ม แต่ก็มีบางเล่มที่เราคิดว่าคุ้มค่าต่อการอ่านอยู่นะสรุปว่าเรียงลำดับความชอบนะ 4 > 5 > 6 > 1 > 3 > 2(view spoiler)[ซูซานน่าห์และพอลสามารถหาวิธีที่จะเดินทางย้อนเวลาเพื่อทำให้เจสซี่ไม่ถูกฆ่าได้ แต่การจะทำเช่นนั้นหมายความวว่าเจสซี่จะไม่ตาย และเขาจะไม่กลายเป็นวิญญาณ ดังนั้นซูซก็จะไม่รู้จักกับเขาอีกเลยในโลกปัจจุบันของเธอ ดังนั้นจึงเป็นเรื่องที่ตัดสินใจยากว่าจริงๆแล้วซูซจะสามารถปล่อยเจสซี่ไปได้หรือไม่ จนเมื่อพอลคิดจะย้อนเวลากลับไปคนเดียวเพื่อยับยั้งไม่ให้ดิเอโกฆ่าเจสซี่ นั่นทำให้ซูซต้องเดินทางย้อนเวลาไปเพื่อสกัดพอลเช่นเดียวกันซูซได้พบกับเจสซี่ในยุคอดีต เขาไม่มีความทรงจำเกี่ยวกับเธออยู่เลย ดังนั้นซูซจึงต้องโน้มน้าวให้เจสซี่เชื่อเธอให้ได้ว่าเธอมาจากอนาคตและจะมาช่วยไม่ให้เขาถูกดิเอโกฆ่าภายในคืนนี้ หลังจากที่เจสซี่เชื่อเธอ ซูซก็สามารถที่จะตัดสินใจเพื่อที่เจสซี่จะได้ไม่ต้องตายและได้ใช้ชีวิตแบบมนุษย์ธรรมดาของเขาต่อไปแทนที่จะกลายมาเป็นวิญญาณอายุร้อยห้าสิบปี แม้ว่านั่นจะหมายถึงการที่เธอไม่ได้พบกับเขาอีกเลยก็ตามหลังจากที่กำจัดดิเอโกแล้ว การเดินทางย้อนเวลากลับผิดพลาด ทำให้ร่างของเจสซี่ตัวจริงเดินทางติดมากับซูซยังโลกปัจจุบันด้วย เมื่อวิญญาณของคนๆเดียวกันไม่สามารถที่จะอยู่ในที่เดียวกันพร้อมกันได้ เจสซี่ที่มีหน้าหนังจึงใกล้ตายทุกที จนกระทั่งวิญญาณของเจสซี่ที่ซูซรู้จักได้มาปรากฏตัวและกลับคืนเข้าสู่ร่างเดิมของเขา นั่นจึงทำให้ซูซได้เจสซี่ของเธอกลับคืนมาแบบคนเป็นๆในที่สุด... (hide spoiler)]

  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)
    2018-12-25 09:22

    Re-read 5/26/17: I will always and forever love this series with all of my heart. Aside from Harry Potter this is the series that really kick-started my reading as a youngster, and my love for it is eternal. Also: Jesse gives Michael Moscovitz a run for his money as my number one book bae, which is a Big Deal. I'M A HAPPY LADY!

  • Brandi ;)
    2019-01-10 08:59

    This book annoyed the SHIT out of me. As far as I am concerned this was a horrible ending to a series that started out fantastic. I loved this series when I first started reading it, the main character Suze was tough, sassy, funny as hell and she had a good sense about her (and great taste in shoes, but that is neither here nor there). Point is, I really liked her, she didn't seem like the typical teen I've been reading about so much lately and I liked her, I truly did. But as the series went on, I found myself liking her less and less. Looking back at my ratings, the stars steadily dropped with each book. I would give this a 1 star but she did redeem herself in a very slight way at the end, so I'll give it that star, begrudgingly.Serious spoiler, book is ruined if you read this so don't if you haven't read it, warning has been issued.(view spoiler)[ How in the HELL can you go on and on about how much you LOVED your father and how horrible it was when he died and how much it tore you and your mother apart BUT when you get a chance to possibly save him from dying and have him ALIVE and back in your life, you don't because if you do you will never get to meet your GHOST boyfriend! ARE YOU FREAKING KIDDING ME!!! This is your father's life and you can't even have a life with a ghost! Okay, so selfish as can be choses not to save dear ole dad and takes it even one step further into selfcentered land by refusing to go back and save her boyfriends life and let him live because again if she did then she would never get to meet him as a ghost. WTF!? What kind of 'life' is it to never age, be flipping invisible, can't have kids, can't get married, can't eat or shit if he wanted to, but oh, wait - she gets to keep him and that's all that matters. What she wants. Grrrr... this was just stupid. Yes, she did finally come too over the Jesse thing and there was that little blip where her dad said not to save him, but really, that was crap. I should take that extra star back just because I'm worked up again over how stupid and selfish and self centered she became. Ugh. Rant is over.(hide spoiler)]Got that off my chest didn't I. As always peeps, this is my opinion on this book and series. You might feel the exact opposite, that's fantastic, but I think it sucked. Read it yourself and see what you think. Enjoy... (if you can)

  • Charissa Sophia de la Rosa
    2018-12-22 05:56

    This last book is an astounding grand finale for "The Mediator" series! Very well planned and written! A masterpiece indeed! The ending is perfect! When I read it, I couldn't forget it! I'm so glad at the same time sad, for it's done. Over all, it's a beautiful book! A perfect love story everyone will love! It's a kind of love story, whoever will read it, will never forget it! I want to thank Meg Cabot for writing such a novel! She inspired me!

  • haley
    2019-01-16 10:26

    20 pages in, and I'm already enraged at Paul. I quit. I am so done with this series. Literally all it took to ruin this series for me was a pushy, invasive, patronizing, borderline rapey son of a bitch. I can't stand him. So I'm out. I quit. It was fun while it lasted but I am so done.

  • Amy
    2019-01-13 10:00

    Actual review rating: 4.5 starsIn the sixth instalment of the Mediator series Suzie is forcefully studying her talents with fellow mediator Paul due to their agreement to protect Jesse. When Suzie finds out that Paul may have a trick up his sleeve to make sure Jesse never meets her she does everything in her power to stop him. But will Jesse agree with Suzie's drastic measures to protect his ghost form? and what will happen when both mediators travel back to the eighteen hundreds and meet Mr De Silva in the flesh?I loved this book, there was passion and an amazing conclusion. There was also twists and turns in every chapter and even though some were predictable I really got involved with the characters and wanted them to succeeded.I loved the time travel element to this story and thought it was set up nicely. I liked that we saw Jesse in his natural environment and the type of person he used to be. I think it was important for Suzie to see that. Cabot did a good job of setting the scene for the reader and you could really picture the contrast of the past and future Pine Crest Road.I do slightly wish that Suzie's dad was involved in this series a little more, I loved his role at the end of this book but I do think I would have felt more overwhelmed by what he did if I felt more of a connection to his story.Heaven Sent was an amazing end to Jesse and Suzie's story. I know Meg Cabot is currently writing a seventh book in this series based on our main characters lives as adults but all in all she could have ended the series here. However, this book was filled with so much Jesse I nearly fell in love with him myself so I'm glad there is going to be another instalment.

  • Samantha
    2018-12-29 09:11

    I can honestly say that Twilight was the best book in The Mediator series. I loved all six books, but this one was one of the best books Meg Cabot has ever written. I loved the way she ended The Mediator and this book had more suspense and laughs than its predecessors. Not only was there the really cool supernatural storyline but this one had time travel! This unexpected addition to The Mediator books was awesome to say the least. Twilight picks up a few months from where Haunted left off. Suze has an uneasy truce with Paul and is spending more time with him than she'd like. But the lure of learning more about what it means to be a shifter and the desire to keep Jesse safe from Paul's devious plans has Suze getting "mediator lessons" from her worst enemy. Paul seems to be behaving so well and her romance with Jesse is so great that it all seems too good to be true- and it is. Paul has concocted a plot so devious that Suze might be parted from Jesse forever and not even be able to remember. Because Paul has found out that shifters have the power to time travel and he's determined to go back to 1850 and prevent Jesse from ever getting murdered. So that he'll never become the ghost who loves Suze.Twilight had added suspense because this time the stakes were so high. Suze is faced with a dilemna so startling I couldn't guess what would happen next. There was more romance and Meg Cabot's signature humor was laugh-out-loud hilarious. Though I was sad to finish one of my favorite series, I couldn't have hoped for a better ending.

  • Regina
    2018-12-31 08:16

    I read this whole series straight through in about two weeks. I loved the whole "I see dead people" thing. It was very interesting and the additional mediator talents revealed in the last three books were even more interesting. For a book to be romantic, the guy and girl have to be separated tragically. The fact that Suze is alive and Jesse is dead was really unique and I enjoyed that throughout the whole series. It ended exactly the way you think its going to end, but it was fun reading it nevertheless.My major problem with this series is the swearing. I know Suze is supposedly from Brooklyn, but I don't care, its a book for entertainment... I don't want to be assaulted with swearing on every page. I'm okay that Suze is very self-centered and combative, it drives the plot. Also, the fact that she is obsessed with guys is normal for her age, but I don't like the fact that all these teenagers think that saving sex is old fashioned and ridiculous. There is no sex in the books, but the opinion that it would be okay is frequently repeated and it doesn't add anything to the book, so I just wished it wasn't there. What is wrong with wanting to find someone who truly loves you and wants to commit to you instead of wanting to just sleep around?

  • Meagan Suzanne
    2018-12-20 09:02

    People can change. Paul Slater wants nothing more that what he can't have; Suze Simon. Suze is in love with an 150-year-old ghost. Things aren't easy for them, considering nobody else can see or feel Jesse. Aside from the obvious, things are going along pretty smooth for them until Paul give some strange threats. Paul is convinced he can go back in time and save Jesse from dying, so he and suze will never meet. When this plan is proved possible, Suze goes into panic mode. She goes back to stop Paul from saving Jesse. Paul ties her up in a barn, and leaves her gagged. When the real, non-ghost Jesse comes along, she realized how he died was wrong... 'If you love somrthing set it free. If it was ment to be it will come back to you." When she tries to go back to the future she accidently brings Jesse's body back with her. Jesse gets sucked backed into his body, her father moves on, Paul realizes he'll never get Suze and they become friends, and Jesse and Suze live happily ever after.

  • Catarina
    2018-12-20 04:15


  • rachel • typed truths
    2019-01-12 02:24

    3.5 stars I wished I had more to say about Heaven Sent, but apart from the fantastic ending, it was a bit bland. Suze annoyed me for the majority of the book, but especially in the first 20%. Her and Paul's relationship did more than just piss me off. He was abusing her, and she let him! On top of that, Suze was just generally rude to people. She was terrible to pretty much every other female character (apart from maybe CeeCee, her best friend, who had two lines or so). It is not okay to call other girls who like the same guys as you skanks! Well, there's never a reason to say that really. But despite the dodgy beginning, I think this series really tied up in the end. I'm so nervous about this new book that is coming out... this series has been finished for years now. Why mess with that perfect ending...?

  • Morgan
    2019-01-10 10:13

    While I thoroughly enjoyed this book, I am so glad this was not the end to the series and Meg decided to write Remembrance. I cannot wait to start it because there were more loose ends than I remember. I need closure and I did not get that from Twilight. I finished this audiobook and thought...WHAT?! Not that it wasn't a great book because it was. But I just wanted a smudge more closure.I loved getting to know Jesse in the past, and of course more Paul is always good news for me! I just want Paul to be happy!! Is that too much to ask??? Maybe.This book focused mostly on Suze, Jesse, and Paul. It didn't seem like we saw a lot of the other characters, but I was totally fine with it. I love the way the three interact!!! I can't wait to see the reunion in Remembrance!!

  • Silke
    2019-01-07 09:07

    Ende der Reihe 😢

  • 08acurry
    2018-12-19 09:11

    Meg Cabot has done it again! She's saved the best for last with the final book to The Mediator series: Twilight. I really enjoyed The Mediator series. Twilight was by far my favorite because all of the other books led up to this one. It had a lot of suspense in it and kept me wanting more. I've never read so much in my life reading the series. Suze Simon is back, along with her new found enemy Paul Slater. Suze has got to find a way to stop Paul from hurting her ghost boyfriend, Jesse. Even though Jesse is already dead, Paul has a plan to go back in time and stop Jesse from ever dying. Making it so Suze will have never met Jesse, the love of her life.Ever since the day Susannah Simon moved to Carmel, California, she's been living with a ghost in her bedroom. Jesse died in Suze's very bedroom and is now an eighteenth century ghost haunting it. But Suze has bigger problems, like the fact that Paul Slater wants her ghost boyfriend out of the picture. Paul will do anything in his power to prevent Jesse from ever dying, even if it means "shifting" back in time to change the past. Suze has got to find a way to keep Paul from shifting back to the past because it would mean Jesse would have never died and Suze would have never met the love of her life.The setting of The Mediator series and Twilight takes place in Carmel, California. Suze moved to California in the first book to The Mediator series and continues to live there throughout the series and into Twilight. I think the book is unique because it has realistic and non-realistic characteristics about it. It takes place in Carmel, California, which is a real place in California. It's got the real life restaurants we have and a lot of the same qualities. But it's also got non-realistic characteristics like the fact that Suze lives with a ghost in her bedroom, and she can not only see but also talk to the ghosts.I really liked that the book had suspence, mystery, and romance. One of the quotes I liked was on page 4o and it said: "What agreement?", Paul set his jaw "Not to kill your boyfriend." After I read that last sentence, it left me hanging and I wanted to read forever. Another quote I liked was on page 95, and it said: "Paul was going back through time. To Jesses time. And not to kill him, to save his life." When I read this, my heart kind of dropped because I didn't want anything bad to happen because the story was perfect so far.Twilight is a 312 page book, and reading all of them is well worth it. I would reccomend this book to mostly teenage girls because I don't think it's something anyone else would enjoy. It's really girly and probably meant for girls. I think that girls my age would like it becuase they can relate to it easily.I gave this book 5 stars because I really enjoyed it. It was exciting throughout the entire book and it was never boring. I was constantly entertaining and exciting. I wish Meg Cabot would make more to the series but I'm happy I got to read them and I loved Twilight!

  • Nasty Lady MJ
    2018-12-25 03:19

    To see full review click here.What I Remember: I tore into this book on a Mediator binge read back when this book was released. I think it might’ve been the first time I’ve binge read a series. I rapidly tore through the pages wanting to read what was next. And the result it made me laugh, cry, and just have so many feels.Upon Reread:I am still getting the feels from this book roughly eleven years after the last one was published-God, I don’t like thinking that this book is that old.It still holds up pretty well though. In some ways, it’s holds up better than a lot of Cabot’s older titles. I think it’s because rather than relying on a lot of pop culture references and jokes that other Cabot titles rely on, it really focuses on the story.And the story is really aw-ing, although there are some plot holes that I noticed on reread. But I try not to think of them. Because we all know time travel is a very strange thing thanks to the Doctor, and it’s better to NOT try to make it logical.Twilight ties up the series very nicely. So nicely in fact, that when I heard there was going to be a new book, I was a little nervous.Because Twilight ends just perfectly.That last chapter, every single time I read it I just tear up. It makes some one a little weary seeing how things are going to progress with these characters.Especially since there was a point in time where Meg said that no one would want her to write a sequel, since bad things would happen to the characters.Who knows though?All I know is that Twilight is pretty much the perfect book. While I wouldn’t say it’s as action packed as Darkest Hour, there is a lot of action in it AND more importantly it’s a very emotional book. Things are nicely tied up in this installment and can’t help but make you cry with tears of happiness.

  • Brooke ♥booklife4life♥
    2019-01-11 08:57

    Find this review, plus more, on my blog: Booklikes OR Blogger Basic InfoFormat: Paperback Pages/Length: 312pgsGenre: Young Adult; Paranormal; GhostReason For Reading: Continue seriesAt A GlanceLove Triangle/Insta Love/Obsession?: Slight Triangle. Cliff Hanger: NoTriggers: n/aRating: 3.5 starsScore SheetAll out of tenCover:6Plot: 7Characters: 7World Building: 6Flow:6Series Congruity: 8Writing: 7Ending: 8Total: 7In DepthBest Part: The ending!Worst Part: Paul. Thoughts Had: Wonder where this will go!ConclusionContinuing the Series: YesRecommending: YesShort Review: Poor Jesse, I feel like Paul and Suze are fighting over Jesse. Messed up right, but that's how it feels. Paul drops to new lows in this book, drugging his gpa is part of that, tisk tisk. And i might have read the novella that comes over this while reading this, so i totally knew the end of this beforehand, but it was still okay. Since Pauls' gpa went all crazy about how traveling in time takes from you, they better show some of that next book or i will be very mad! The ending both made me happy and sad. Jesse=happy, her father=sad :/ Misc. Book Boyfriend: Jesse Best Friend Material: SuzeReview in GIF Form:

  • Chaucolat
    2019-01-05 07:05

    The book is just simply amazing. There's no other word for me to describe about it. Every detail makes it incredibly interesting. Especially it was very touching, I cried a lot reading it, lots of sacrifices, true love...I totally love it. I couldn't leave the book to go to sleep so I read it 'til 2am. It was definitely worth my sleep :PI love the book. I love Jesse.(haha of course, who wouldn't anway?)and it made me laugh like a crazy person the part where he asked "Soose?". I love Suze too, I think she's really special. I often do not like the female protagonist but here I am, so into her. And about Paul, at first, just like Suze, I hate him to death (but at the same time, trying to imagine how hot he is) but then at the end, after learning that he did everything for Suze and that he wasn't that much of a devil, I actually did like him - a bit. The series end well, which I like a lot. Throughout the books of the series, I couldn't figure out a way that Jesse and Suze could get together so I thought it would have a sad ending. It turned out it ended very well.I'm so in love with this series.Jesse and Suze forever!

  • Imalady
    2019-01-11 04:19

    The conclusion to an otherwise great series left a lot to be desired despite its happy ending. I often thought Paul's introduction brought this series down a notch. It would've been different if he was a formidable foe, but he was used more as a foil to Jesse&Suze's relationship for the stupid love triangle angle. I didn't like that Paul's previous involvement in trying to kill/hurt her and her friends was sort of glossed over and Cabot had Suze lusting after him despite his obvious psychopathic tendencies. Really disappointing.Also, it's hard to get time traveling right and Meg Cabot should've left it alone. There were too many holes in that one that I couldn't really be satisfied with the ending.

  • Jennifer
    2019-01-16 06:07

    Great series! Great ending! I had a few tears even! Once I knew she could time travel I kind of expected this ending and was surprised Suze didn't think of it herself instead of by accident. Glad we got to see everything work out afterwards and the author didn't just cut it off like some do as soon as you could guess what followed. Beautiful way to end the book. I wish there was more!

  • Maxine Livingstone
    2019-01-14 04:12

    I read books 1-6 as a teenager and remember falling in love with it. This brings back so much nostalgia that I want to re-read all the series with book 7 since I didn't know there was one. I love Suze and Jesse. This was the first book series of Cabot that made me want to read her other books.

  • Harley
    2018-12-29 02:10

    This is more like a fangirling mess, so read at your own cautionI laughed, I cried. I change my mind, this is my favorite book of the series. Everything was just perfect. Reading it I could remember the first time I ever read this book and just...all the feels. (view spoiler)[This book just had everything. Suze and Jesse are dating and making out and being cute and making my feels go everywhere. And all the scenes with Paul were on point. And then we're on a mission: stop Paul from going back in time to save Jesse. Live Jesse! OMG I loved seeing live Jesse!! Suze was trying to tell him what's going on and he's just like this girl is crazy lol. And he felt so protective of her already for only having just met her, he was ready to beat Paul down. And he ran through fire for her!Then Suze accidentally brings him back to the future and it's just like OMG. And they take him to the hospital and Suze is crying and I'm crying. Father D comes and there's some more crying. Then Jesse's ghost shows up and just what are tears. And he gets sucked back into his body! But then he woke up and he said querida and it was just like *pool of tears*.The part that always makes me cry most is the end. When Suze is at the dance with Jesse and she sees her dad off to the side. And he's kind of fading away because he's ready to move on. Suze is finally happy and that's what was keeping him there all this time and it just hits me with the feels. I always end this book crying.And I'm still always left wanting more...and now there finally is more and I cry with happiness!! (hide spoiler)]Reading Status:pg. 1: Awww flashback ;_;pg. 37: Jesse is Suze's home, I cry :')pg. 40: squeeee my OTPpg. 129: Andy is the bombdotcompg. 139: squee date night!pg. 175: live Jesse ahhhhpg. 185: Jesse can't handle this future knowledge!pg. 226: Excuse all the tearspg. 244: I'm just a mess at this point tbh

  • Aylee
    2019-01-07 08:10

    You can also read this review on my blog.This review applies to the entire Mediator Series.The Mediator Series was my first series read of the year and let me tell you, it was a fantastically FUN way to start off my reading year. The series follows Suze Simon who has the ability to see, to talk to, and to beat up - whatever the occasion warrants - ghosts in order to send them on their way to the afterworld. The series was completed after six books in 2005, with an added novella and seventh novel set a decade later in 2016.Suze Simon is definitely the best part of the series for me. I would want to be BFFs with her if not for the fact that I am convinced that she is WAY too cool for me. This girl has more personality in her pinkie finger than most protagonists have developed over the course of an entire book. Suze's singular sass, nerve, and fashion sense put her right up there with The Greats Buffy Summers and Veronica Mars, in my mind. In fact, the Mediator Series reads a lot like those teen serialized TV shows set in small town California that follow a new story each episode, in addition to being easy entertainment to take in.This is my first Meg Cabot read - can you believe it? And if all of her protagonists are as fun as Suze Simon, then I am looking forward to reading more from her. I'm curious, which are the Meg Cabot books that I absolutely must read next? I would love recommendations!

  • Sarah
    2018-12-18 07:08

    wow. just wow. it was (nearly) flawless!! (my only problems were a: after jesse returned as a ghost in the hospital, i kinda figured it out up until the winter formal part..i really shouldve seen tht coming as well... and b: I WANT MORE!) It was the perfect ending to a perfect series!! I'm so happy for S & J and it couldnt be more perfect!! i really want an epilogue, though i may have to rely on fanfiction of myself and others to fill that void. I really want to know a) if paul chills on the whole shifter thing b) HOW Suze's dad helped Jesse (i understand the basics but i want more detail!!!) c) EVERYTHING EVERYTHING EVERYTHING about jesse's new life! especially if he made it into med school (though i have next to no doubts about him getting in. what else could he be doing for the 150+ years he was dead??) and what happens next in their relationship!? obviously they cant break up! they HAVE to get married and live happily ever after because she risked her life to save him! plus, even though hes from like...1850, theyre still perfectly compatible! Ok...this fangirling needs to stop. I'm sorry for being so unprofessional....Overall, perfect ending and the only thing i could ask for is an epilogue. (which, according to kelly -not the book 1- will happen. yay!) A++ and 10 out of 5 stars!

  • Vidya-BooksAreMagic
    2019-01-01 04:19

    Okay, I had waited long enough for Meg Cabot to wrap all things up pretty neatly in this series. And it seems to be she had done a very good job of it. I loved it the way it ended up with Jesse."If you love something, set it free; if it comes backs it's yours, if it doesn't, it never was." - Richard BachExcellent quotation and that's what this book's story is set on. But..Will Suze have it in her to really set Jesse, who is the love of her life, free?Is this quotation applicable for Jesse, who is a ghost, and no way to come back, even if he want to?Will Paul, Suze's fellow mediator, save Jesse's murder from the past?If he does, what about Suze and Jesse?Will Suze do what she has to - the right thing, although it will ruin the rest of her life?Well, read the book and find out!!!Its a happy ending, so don't worry about picking up this book. And at this moment, I think nobody deserves a happy ending more than Suze. Well done, Meg Cabot, again.

  • Kristin
    2018-12-23 06:06

    Právě jsem přelouskala celou serii Mediátor od Meg Cabot. Pocitů je hodně,ale zkrátím to.Od Meg Cabot jsem četla už jenom Airhead,ale jedno je jasné. Meg píše sakra dobře.Děj je promyšlený,napínavý,akční a některý hlášky mě dostaly do kolen,u některých částí jsem ždímala kapesníky a u jiných jsem si říkala,jak je tohle sakra možný.Mám ráda hlavní hrdinky,které si nenechají nic líbit ale pro lidi,na kterých jim záleží jsou ochotné udělat všechno.Přesně taková je Suze. Suze je prostě pro mě jedna z nejlepších hlavních hrdinek.Bavilo mě sledovat, jak se vyvíjí vztah mezi Suze a Jessem, bavilo mě nadávat nad některými postavami ( María,občas i Paul,ale toho mám navzdory všemu ráda..),fajn bavilo mě na tom prostě všechno.Jediná věc, na kterou jsem si první musela zvyknout byla nespisovnost. Naštěstí jsem si na to ale zvykla a dokonce se mi to tak i líbilo.Každé knížce jsem dala pět hvězdiček. Prostě si to zaslouží. Ať už za příběh,který mě nenechal jít spát,nebo za postavy(Jesse! :D).Ať žije Happy End.A jednu poznámku si neodpustím. Jesse je totiž fakt řízek! :D

  • Noella
    2019-01-05 09:05

    Paul wants Suze all for himself and his evil plan is to save Jesse from being murdered. Suze learns that Mediators have an additional ability; the ability to travel through the fourth dimension: Time! Paul's plan involves altering the past AND the future because if Jesse lives in the past, his ghost will never meet Suze. Suze travels back in time to stop Paul at first but once she meets Jesse, she realises that loving him may mean letting him go live...I've been enjoying the last three books more than the beginning installments because they have taken the page time to develop Jesse and Paul. It was exciting that in Heaven Sent we get to see Mr Jesse De Silva in his natural habitat/time period. Suze could be a bit of an airhead at times when she tunes out of the situation at hand, which was kind of annoying when it ruined some heart-tugging moments. I was happy with the way things turned out for Suze and Jesse. I would be content to conclude the series here, except there's a 7th book where Suze has graduated college and Jesse is Dr De Silva?!