Auch Geister können küssen

Auch Geister können küssen

Meg Cabot / Sep 21, 2019

Auch Geister k nnen k ssen Susannah ist nicht so wie andere M dchen Sie tr gt lieber zerrissene Jeans statt rosa Klamotten Und sie kann Geister sehen was sie nicht als besonders tolle Gabe empfindet Als Susannah mit ihrer Mutt

  • Title: Auch Geister können küssen
  • Author: Meg Cabot
  • ISBN: 9783570301975
  • Page: 225
  • Format: Paperback
  • Susannah ist nicht so wie andere M dchen Sie tr gt lieber zerrissene Jeans statt rosa Klamotten Und sie kann Geister sehen, was sie nicht als besonders tolle Gabe empfindet Als Susannah mit ihrer Mutter umzieht, hofft sie, dass der Spuk ein Ende hat Doch in ihrem neuen Zuhause lungert der Geist eines attraktiven jungen Spaniers herum Der Typ nervt sie tierisch bis SSusannah ist nicht so wie andere M dchen Sie tr gt lieber zerrissene Jeans statt rosa Klamotten Und sie kann Geister sehen, was sie nicht als besonders tolle Gabe empfindet Als Susannah mit ihrer Mutter umzieht, hofft sie, dass der Spuk ein Ende hat Doch in ihrem neuen Zuhause lungert der Geist eines attraktiven jungen Spaniers herum Der Typ nervt sie tierisch bis Susannah in der Schule von dem Geist einer ehemaligen Mitsch lerin attackiert wird und Jesse sich auf einmal von einer ganz anderen Seite zeigt

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      • Meg Cabot

        Librarian note AKA Jenny Carroll 1 800 Where R You series , AKA Patricia Cabot historical romance novels.Meg Cabot was born on February 1, 1967, during the Chinese astrological year of the Fire Horse, a notoriously unlucky sign Fortunately she grew up in Bloomington, Indiana, where few people were aware of the stigma of being a fire horse at least until Meg became a teenager, when she flunked freshman Algebra twice, then decided to cut her own bangs After six years as an undergrad at Indiana University, Meg moved to New York City in the middle of a sanitation worker strike to pursue a career as an illustrator, at which she failed miserably, forcing her to turn to her favorite hobby writing novels for emotional succor She worked various jobs to pay the rent, including a decade long stint as the assistant manager of a 700 bed freshmen dormitory at NYU, a position she still occasionally misses She is now the author of nearly fifty books for both adults and teens, selling fifteen million copies worldwide, many of which have been 1 New York Times bestsellers, most notably The Princess Diaries series, which is currently being published in over 38 countries, and was made into two hit movies by Disney In addition, Meg wrote the Mediator and 1 800 Where R You series on which the television series, Missing, was based , two All American Girl books, Teen Idol, Avalon High, How to Be Popular, Pants on Fire, Jinx, a series of novels written entirely in email format Boy Next Door, Boy Meets Girl, and Every Boy s Got One , a mystery series Size 12 Is Not Fat Size 14 Is Not Fat Either Big Boned , and a chick lit series called Queen of Babble Meg is now writing a new children s series called Allie Finkle s Rules for Girls Her new paranormal series, Abandon, debuts in Summer of 2011 Meg currently divides her time between Key West, Indiana, and New York City with a primary cat one eyed Henrietta , various back up cats, and her husband, who doesn t know he married a fire horse Please don t tell him Series Airhead The Princess Diaries Mediator


    1. 4.5 stars. Now I remember why Meg Cabot used to be my most favourite author when I was younger. I adored her. This doesn’t mean that I liked every single book she wrote, but I loved the fact that I could just chose the genre I wanted to read with her, know what I’m saying? Contemporary, urban fantasy, paranormal, supernatural, historical… She’s a versatile writer and those types of writers always impress me.I know why I never read this series. I also know that I acted foolishly by not gi [...]

    2. But even on the ninth floor of Bellevue-which is where they lock up the crazy people in New York-I probably wouldn't be safe from the ghosts. They'd find me. They always do.Alright so, it appears that everyone wanted to like my pre-review of fangirlish relations to when I was younger I don't see a large point in writing a long-winded review when it seems everyone has mostly stopped by and saw all they wanted to see. But, along with those youngish nostalgic ramblings, I did want to say why I love [...]

    3. I’ve developed a really bad habit: book cheating.Until recently, I’ve had impeccable reading etiquette. I never flip to the end of the book. I don’t cheat to see if the lovers reconcile or to discover who the murderer is. Instead, I read from cover to cover. It’s only right.But lately I’ve found myself cheating. I can’t help it—it’s those pesky young adult serials I’ve been reading. They simply aren’t good enough to justify reading the whole series, but they are interesting e [...]

    4. Re-read 4/24/17: This series is still perfect after all this time. It is mega cheesy and I probably wouldn't recommend it to someone to pick up for the first time nowadays, but as a nostalgic re-read, this was PERFECTION. Can't wait to carry on and re-read the rest of the series. Re-read 11/23/15: 5 stars for nostalgia and a rip-roarin' good time. I love this series so damn much. Yes, it's cheesy and a little dated, but it is still absolute perfection. Love love LOVE.

    5. Review posted on Fafa's Book Corner !Beware spoilers ahead!When I was younger I was a fan of Meg Cabot. As far as I was concerned she could do no wrong and that all her books were fantastic! Last year I discovered that it's not true. I found out that I didn't like her contemporary books. But I still immensely enjoyed her paranormal/supernatural books. This year I remembered this series and was happy to find that my library has it! I am happy to say that I enjoyed this!The book begins with Suze m [...]

    6. THIS WAS SO MUCH FUN! I'm just obsessed with Meg Cabot and I think this will end up being another one of my favourite series! Thanks to Chelsea for introducing me to this series and for buddy reading this with me! <3

    7. Why on Earth haven't I read this sooner? SOCH.FUN.I love Meg Cabot and her Princess Diaries are basically the synonym for my elementary school period. However, I didn't particularly like her Heather Wells series, so I was kind of wary when I first started reading this book. BUT HOLY MACARONI. I loved it. I loved Suze & Jesse, Father D, her step-brothers, the story, the very Meg Cabot writing, the humor, the action It was extremely fun reading about Suze's adventures and just her awesome kick [...]

    8. Fanarts and random images included! Yey! Disclaimer: Rereading and reviewing some of my old-time favourites. First read in 2010, last reread in Summer, 2016WARNING: 1. This is a review for the first (6 books). The new book that was published earlier in 2016 will be reviewed separately.2. No spoilers are included.3. This series has many many many many flaws, avoid if you're not a fan of YA by all cost!4. My logic is purely emotional (as usual), you might want to check a few more reviews.5. Ahhh, [...]

    9. I decided I wanted to reread this book series because it was one of my all-time favorites when I was in high school. I'm not sure if a new reader would enjoy it now, but I still loved it. It's pretty much classic teen chick lit, and a fun, breezy read. If you like spunky main characters that fight ghosts, you might like this.

    10. Firstly, let me just say, I doubt you’ll ever read a bad review of a Meg Cabot book from me. I love the woman (her blog is hilarious). In fact, I have a whole (rather pink) bookshelf dedicated to all of her books that I own, which, I’ll admit now, is pretty much most of them. If I’m looking for a great, fun, story, likeable heroines (and a tension filled romance with a ridiculously attractive guy), Meg Cabot never lets me down. I’ll buy her newest book as soon as it comes out, without wa [...]

    11. Just as good as the other bazillion times I've read this. I do find Suze to be super hard on others, but here's hoping she'll learn to ease that judgment in the rest of the books. She's such a normal teenage girl depicting her crushes on any boy that it reminds me of when I was a teen haha

    12. เป็นนิยายเล่มบางๆที่อ่านได้เรื่อยๆ มีมุกตลกที่ทำให้เรายิ้มมุมปากเล็กน้อย แต่ไม่ถึงกับขำก๊ากออกมา เนื้อเรื่องผูกปมไว้ไม่ซับซ้อน ให้อารมณ์คล้ายๆกับนั่งดูซีรีย์ฝรั่งที่จบใน [...]

    13. Why didn’t I pick this up earlier? I knew I should listened to my friends at Bookers. I loved it! Shadowland was a fun and entertaining read that had me laughing. The plot was fast paced and easy to read and the characters were an unforgettable bunch. Suze, I loved her. She is an amusing character, the kind of girl you want to be friends with. Jesse is of course swoon worthy and left me thinking give me more.This is a series that I could easily get addicted too.

    14. I forgot how much I absolutely loved these books. I meanLOVEthese books. There's just something about them that makes me ridiculously happy each time I read them, and they really never get old. Cabot has a way with her writing that makes her books extremely easy to read, without them being boring or childish and I think that's a feat in itself. Then there's the characters she's created. Everyone from Suze to Doc, Grumpy, and Sleepy, to Ceecee and Adam and of course, Jesse, really comes to life j [...]

    15. I resisted Meg Cabot for so longbut turns out she's pretty fun. This first book in The Mediator series surprised me with its fast-paced story, humor, and entertaining characters. The plotting of the mystery is not particularly complicated, but that's something I expected from seeing the cover art and reading the blurbs. It's pretty much chick lit for teens with a dose of the supernatural to sweeten in it up.What did bother me, though, was that the author used the word "fag" twice in this book, a [...]

    16. “How is it that I'd nearly been smothered to death, and yet I could sit there and notice things like my stepbrother's abdominalmuscles a few minutes later?” I don't know what came over me but I decided to reread this one today. And the cuteness is still there.I have always been a fan of Meg Cabot's works. (I didn't read The Princess Diaries though.) This series is my favorite of hers. And 1-8000-WHERE- R- YOU. I wish the rumor about this series having another book is true. I'll surely be fre [...]

    17. I am so happy to be revisiting the Mediator world because I had forgotten how much I adored this series!!! Suze is an amazing MC (shout out to all the secondary characters, especially Suze's brothers! They are a fabulous ensemble!)I listened to the audiobook whilst driving on my commute to work. I'm usually not one for audiobooks, but I thoroughly enjoyed this one (more than once I laughed out loud at the narration!!). Looking forward to book two!

    18. That was highly enjoyable!! I absolutely loved everything about it!! Susannah is a badass and Jesse just sounds hot. I'm so conflicted though, I want them to fall in love, but also he's dead XD I need to see how this series plays out.

    19. To see review with spiffy gif click here.A few months ago I reread all of the Princess Diaries series in anticipation of the adult installment that was released back in June. I decided to do the same thing with The Mediator series-which I actually prefer to Diaries. The seventh book will be released in February 2016. Between now and then, I’ll be reading one book of the series a month (well, reviewing, there will probably be a point in time where I’ll binge read the rest of the series becaus [...]

    20. I first read this series when I was between 14-16 years old I believe and I really loved it so when I found out a new novel was coming in February 2016 with a grow-up Suze, I knew I had to reread the series.I really loved going into this with a fresh pair of eyes and the knowledge I had the whole series to my disposal on my Kindle and wouldn't have to wait for the next one to show up on the library shelf (this was before the days of reserving books online, it was a 'you see it, you take it' kind [...]

    21. Susannah Simon has a unique calling in life. She's a mediator, a person who can see and talk to ghosts and help them leave earth for wherever they're supposed to go. When Suze moves from New York to San Francisco to live with her mom's new husband and her new stepbrothers, she finds a couple of interesting things. First, there's the hottie of a ghost who lives in her bedroom. Secondly, there's Father Dominic, the principal of her new school who also happens to be a mediator. Third, she's somehow [...]

    22. This is a fun YA paranormal book with a peppering of romance. It's like a mix of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Veronica Mars, and the Sixth Sense (just the kid who can see dead people, none of the horror). Yes, it's very girly. But it's also great entertainment for an audience who indulges in girliness every once in a while.Suze, the protagonist, is a Mediator, someone who can communicate with the dead. In the beginning of the book, Suze moves to California from New York where she begins the year at [...]

    23. Each of the six books in this series is fairly short, which might put some people off spending money on them. Luckily these were a library find, so I didn't have to decide if it was worth it to me. I probably would have missed out otherwise, because I ended up loving them.The series is light and humorous while dealing with some serious stuff (death, ghosts, murder, passage to the other side). I really love the setting in a small town in California. There's a feeling of history to it - of the day [...]

    24. For more reviews, gifs, Cover Snark and more, visit A Reader of Fictions.So Gillian (Writer of Wrongs) and I decided that a reread of this series was totally necessary to life happiness. The Mediator series was my favorite of Meg Cabot’s stuff back in the day, and I love revisiting old favorites. Though I don’t have time to binge, they are fun, fast reads and will totally prevent slumping with their awesome. In some ways, Shadowland wasn’t as good as I remembered, but mostly it was still t [...]

    25. REVIEWSuze has an important job. She helps dead people cross over from Earth to their final destination. It sounds creepy at first, but it all comes naturally to Suze. She has always had this special gift and she’s good at it too.There’s a downside to being a mediator (that’s what people with Suze’s gift are called) though. It can take up a lot of your time and some of these dead people are needy and mean. There’s even one who’s trying to kill Suze. Whoa!Jesse. He’s a ghost who has [...]

    26. At A GlanceGenre: Young Adult; GhostLove Triangle/Insta Love/Obsesion?: Obsession but side characters.Cliff Hanger: eh.Rating: 3.5 StarsScore SheetAll out of tenCover:7Plot: 8Characters: 7World Building: 7Flow: 7Series Congruity: n/aWriting: 7Ending: 8Total: 7In DeptBest Part: Kickbutt female MC.Worst Part: Female MC had few feelings. Thoughts Had: YAH!; Kick his butt; Oh shiz.ConclusionContinuing the Series: yesRecommending: yesShort Review: This was very different than the other Cabot books i [...]

    27. Hehehehe, that was awesome.I was sort of stuck in a reading rut until I read Shadowland. This was a great way to spend the afternoon.Sure, my neck is killing me because I've been hunched over all afternoon, but it was worth it :) Okay, I like Suze. A lot. I would definitely want her as a friend, because in many ways, she reminds me of me. Only, she's waaaay more kickass. There are a lot of protagonists in a lot of books where I like their personality, but it is a rare occurrence indeed where I f [...]

    28. This was exactly the funny, light read that I needed for the past few weeks. So I might be a little biased in my rating, but I really liked Susannah. She literally kicks ass(of the ethereal kind that is). Her tough yet sweet attitude absolutely won me over. I loved the way she threatens another classmate just after entering her new class (yes, I know I shouldn't encourage violence, but I wouldn't have minded her carrying on with her threat). I even liked the supporting cast, even though the main [...]

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