Reviewed by Taylor Rector for TeensReadToo.com
After moving from her New York home to Carmel, California, Suze's life is finally looking up!
Her days are filled by parties and good hair days - what every teenage girl can relate to wanting. The only thing that Suze wants to change about herself is the fact that she can see ghosts who want to pass messages along to friends or family. She is a mediator.
Even though everything seems to be going her way, Suze has a ghost that seems to be connected to Tad Beaumont, the hottest guy in town, who also happens to have asked her out. Suze just can't understand what Tad and this ghost have to do with each other.
And then she meets Tad's father.
NINTH KEY is the second book in THE MEDIATOR series, following SHADOWLAND, and is a fun addition to your bookshelf. There is a good mix of ghosts, romance, and creepy characters! Another fun Meg Cabot book!
A great book, but I would recommend reading the first book in the series which is called Shadowland.
I really enjoyed this book! The main character is really likeable as all her friends (which she has very few of but her stepbrothers are a trip in themselves.) This poor 16 year old is a mediator for ghosts and gets her in such awkward positions, capersand with Priest of her school trying to help her, made me chuckle and laugh out loud! A pure please to read and will dig up more in this series.
Another good story! I can't wait to see what happens with Suze & Jesse..
I love this series. The books are funny, enteretaining, and good fast reads.
This book was good. It's worth reading, but it's not amazing or anything.