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Remembrance
Remembrance: A Mediator Novel | Meg Cabot
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The highly anticipated return of Meg Cabots bestselling Mediator series featuring fan-favorite ghost whisperer Susannah SimonYou can take the boy out of the darkness.But you cant take the darkness out of the boy.All Susannah Simon wants is to make a good impression at her first job since graduating from college (and since becoming engaged to Dr. Jesse de Silva). But when shes hired as a guidance counselor at her alma mater, she stumbles across a decade-old murder, and soon ancient history isnt all thats coming back to haunt her. Old ghosts as well as new ones are coming out of the woodwork, some to test her, some to vex her, and it isnt only because shes a mediator, gifted with second sight.What happens when old ghosts come back to haunt you?If youre a mediator, you might have to kick a little ass.From a sophomore haunted by the murderous specter of a child to ghosts of a very different kindincluding Paul Slater, Suzes ex, who shows up to make a bargain Suze is certain must have come from the Devil himselfSuze isnt sure shell make it through the semester, let alone to her wedding night. Suze is used to striking first and asking questions later. But what happens when ghosts from her pastincluding one she found nearly impossible to resiststrike first?
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Kaila-ann
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A cute ending to the series. Definitely a sort of fluff read but good nonetheless. Suze and Jesse get their happy ending, yay for the warm fuzzies.

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melissa.drake
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Mehso-so

First, I loved this series in high school 😍. BUT, the first 50 pages of this left me really put off. Nothing was all that different from what came before... but I'm different, and the cultural moment we're in is different too. The entire premise of Paul coming back into Suze's life (in Ch. 1) was super gross in the context of #metoo. Jesse's machismo hasn't aged well either. Suze also continued to act much like a teenager. ⬇⬇

melissa.drake I pushed through, and in many ways it did fulfill my expectations of a Mediator novel. There was ultimately some positive character growth, but I can't recommend this for any other reason than nostalgia. 2y
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silentrequiem
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Okay. I officially declare my book slump over! I read the bridge novella (The Proposal) and this one in one sitting. Suze and Jesse are back! I hope there's more to come because I love this series so much. (I really think Jack needs his own book, hint to Ms. Cabot!)

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Balibee146
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Would have been my mum's birthday today. I miss her every single day.

jhod Very glamorous looking lady with a lovely smile 2y
CocoReads Awe, she‘s beautiful. Hugs. 2y
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Cathythoughts She is beautiful, lovely kind face ❤️ 2y
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TrishB Love and Hugs ❤️ a beautiful lady 2y
DivaDiane Somehow I missed this. Hugs to you. I hope you‘re feeling better now too after your pre-Christmas illness? 2y
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ralexist
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I picked this up because I recently read through the original series as it was recommended to me. This was good, but it didn't blow me away. I like the idea of revisiting YA characters as NA a few years down the road in their lives. It's a solid middle-ground pick for me. If you enjoyed the originals it's a nice continuation but I didn't feel there was a anything particularly new or fresh in the storyline. Maybe there'll be more in store later?

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Anupriya
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When the simplest reads have a moment that makes you think 🤔
How pain can alter the very mindset you will carry for the rest of your life!
#Wondering

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ilovereading

Her sadness, deep and dark as a grave, seeped into me.
Or maybe the only sorrow I felt was my own. Maybe it had been there all along neatly boxes away. Maybe that's what had been keeping me awake at night for so many years, but I'd never allowed myself to feel it, until the touch of that cold cheek to mine caused the box to open, and all the emotions I'd packed so tidily away in there came rushing to the surface.

#heartwrenching

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At various stores, I have a habit of taking photos of books I want to read. Tonight I sat down and finally spent some time cleaning out the photos and putting the titles into my Goodreads list. Thirty minutes later, I have more space in my phone. 😄📱📖

Jenshootsweddings I do the same thing! 3y
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Kim3
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Nobody can make me laugh as much as Meg Cabot! I'll read anything she writes.

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ohshanada
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I started reading this months ago, when it first came out, & I just couldn't get into it. Honestly, I was almost disappointed as the original Mediator series is one of my favorites. But I spent all day by the pool, right where I left off, & the story seriously picked up. I can't say it's my favorite of the series, but the story is pretty fantastic. If you read this, make sure to get past the first 100 or so pages before passing judgment😊👍🏻

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PatriciaTina
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I was so excited to read this, since the original series was one of my favourite series' when it first came out. Honestly though, I was super disappointed with Remembrance. It's good fluff, but while she tries to delve deeper into some more serious plot lines the overall execution fell flat.

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hannahallen
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I couldn't wait to get a copy of this. I was let down though with the character development and plot. I felt disconnected from the characters in this one. Maybe it had to do with the fact that there is an 11 YEAR(!!) age gap between the debut of the 6th and 7th books. Although, it did have a HEA.

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hannahallen
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Book mail is the best kind of mail. Especially on a Monday. Excited to read this adult continuation of one of my favorite series by Cabot!

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abbiereadsbooks
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It took me way longer than necessary to finish this. I was a huge fan of this series as a teen and I liked this installment for the nostalgia, but it definitely wasn't great. Lots of build up, not much follow through.

hannahallen I felt the EXACT same way!!! 3y
abbiereadsbooks @hannahallen 'Im glad it wasn't just me! 3y
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CassieBrewton
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Can't wait to dig in this summer and finish the Mediator series! :)

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iwuvmag
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Done with the Mediator series! 👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻 Super liked it ❤️ Jesse + Suze =FTW! I hope i can find another 👻 books

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thefairylights
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"Jesse was born in California, you idiot."
"Yeah, before it became a state."

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LaurBear90
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"It started while I was in the middle of an extremely heated online battle over a pair of black leather platform boots."

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