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Shadowland by Meg Cabot
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Nov 15, 2010

I thought this book was different because of the fact that Suze can see ghosts. But other than that it was a pretty good book, she has a lot of issues in her life like her brothers which she doesn't like, and that she has feelings for a ghost named Jesse, and he's a century old. But at the same time she crushes on a boy named Paul, a rich boy thats on vacation, but later on she knows she loves Jesse and not Paul becuase he was stuck up. And Suze babysits Paul's little brother, John. And John is a bit weird, because all he does is stay inside, and doesn't like to go outside, but no one knows why. But later on Suze finds out that he too was a mediator, and his parents didn't believe him so he just stayed inside to prevent seeing them. And Suze helped him with his problem soon he loved going outside and he really liked Suze. The big problem in the story started when Suze's brothers were digging in the backyard and found Jesse's body and they obviously told the police and they took Jesse's body, and so did Jesse's ghost. So now Suze wanted to bring him back by going into his world to get him, once she did they faced dangers doing it. But of course they were safe and Jesse shows that he too loves Suze and they live happily.

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