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Reunion by Meg Cabot
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Oct 06, 09

it was amazing
bookshelves: listened-to
Read in October, 2009

I look forward to reading or listening to each of these books. I admire Suze for what all she goes through as a teenager and then to have the mediator gig thrust on her and she still keeps on going.
The dialogue, the action, the smoothed over language when the dialogue is intimated that it's getting a little on the rough side.
It's fun to go along with Suze and her wishful romance with Jesse, the ghost who lives in her room. Father Dominic cracks me up wiht his wanting Suze to be more compassionate with the ghosts who need help and sometimes the ghosts don't need compassion so much as an ass kicking.
I am either really in touch with my inner YA or Meg Cabot just rocks as a writer. I go with a happy in between. I'd say 'happy medium', but that would be just too too dontcha think?
Five I highly recommend this series beans.....

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