Love You to Death

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Macmillan Children's Books, 2004 - Juvenile Fiction - 199 pages
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Being a mediator doesn't exactly make Susannah Simon your typical sixteen-year-old. Her job is to ease the path for the unhappy dead to their final resting place. Not all ghouls want to be guided, but Suze is inclined to kick some serious ghost butt if she has to. Now she's moved to California with her new stepfamily and is starting out at a brand-new school. From her first day, her mediator skills are tested to the max when Suze finds herself the target of the murderous spirit of ex-class beauty, Heather. At least she's sharing her new bedroom with Jesse, who just happens to be the hottest ghost in history. Suze is totally warm for his form and is determined to win the heart of the sexiest spirit in town. But can this girl get her ghost?

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this book is cool!!!
but the thing is the story does not concentrate much on Jesse .... which it is supposed to.
well meg ! its awesome!
the base of the story is quite meaningfull

Review: Love You to Death (The Mediator #1)

User Review  - Namratha Kumar - Goodreads

Meg Cabot does a neat portrayal of teen heroines. They are spunky…have some of the most interesting and weird conversations in their heads and more often than not come up with ear-bending dialogue ... Read full review

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About the author (2004)

Meg Cabot is the very funny young author who has the Midas touch when it comes to hilarious teen fiction. She lives in New York City with her husband and one-eyed cat, Henrietta. She writes for both teenagers and adults – and has become a worldwide best-seller with THE PRINCESS DIARIES series. Her novels for adults, THE GUY NEXT DOOR and BOY MEETS GIRL, are also published by Pan Macmillan.

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