Haunted

Haunted

Is it possible to be haunted by someone who isn't even dead?Suze is used to trouble, but this time she's in deep: Ghostly Jesse has her heart, but Paul Slater, a real flesh-and-blood guy, is warm for her form. And mediator Paul knows how to send Jesse to the Great Beyond. For good.Paul claims he won't do anything to Jesse as long as Suze will go out with him. Fearing she'l...

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Title:Haunted
Author:Meg Cabot
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Haunted Reviews

  • Jacki

    Mediator 5, Grave Doubts starts with Suze's dream about Paul Slater in purgatory. In chapter one we find out that Paul has joined Suze's school. She tries to persuade Father Dominic that Paul should be kicked out, but he isn't convinced. Meanwhile Dopey (Suze’s stepbrother Brad) is planning a hot tub party and Sleepy (Suze’s

    Mediator 5, Grave Doubts starts with Suze's dream about Paul Slater in purgatory. In chapter one we find out that Paul has joined Suze's school. She tries to persuade Father Dominic that Paul should be kicked out, but he isn't convinced. Meanwhile Dopey (Suze’s stepbrother Brad) is planning a hot tub party and Sleepy (Suze’s

  • Chelsea (chelseadolling reads)

    Sa-WOOOOOON

  • Chelsea ❤Peril Please❤

    Hehe. Now I remember why this was my favorite so long ago....that jelly boy fight, though XD

    RTC.

  • Maggie

    The best book in the series as far as relasionships go, and I am torn between Paul and Jesse. I mean, Jesse rocks, but Paul has this part of him that I just want to kiss him myself, you feel so sorry for him. Overall, very good book, though I hate how Jesse moves out for Suzes' "own good".

  • Giselle

    This is the book when Paul Slater just managed to push himself onto Suze (even if its's unrequited) and inserts himself between her and Jesse. Talk about a psychopath. Not a whole lot happened, plot-wise. Just Suze moaning about her love life really and finding out things about her spiritual powers.

  • April (Aprilius Maximus)

    Not as much happened in this one, but I can't wait to see what happens in book 6!

  • Sara (sarawithoutanH)

    What can I say? I'm obsessed with rereading this series. I had to physically read this one because only an abridged version of the audiobook exists (seriously, who does that?). I was a little sad that Suze dropped the nicknames for her stepbrothers. I really liked hearing them referred to as Dopey, Sleepy, and Doc. This is the shortest book in the series, but I still feel like important things happened in it. I'm getting a little tired of the "Suze meets boy who is being haunted by a malevolent

    What can I say? I'm obsessed with rereading this series. I had to physically read this one because only an abridged version of the audiobook exists (seriously, who does that?). I was a little sad that Suze dropped the nicknames for her stepbrothers. I really liked hearing them referred to as Dopey, Sleepy, and Doc. This is the shortest book in the series, but I still feel like important things happened in it. I'm getting a little tired of the "Suze meets boy who is being haunted by a malevolent spirit" plotline - don't girls ever get haunted? I also wish Suze's friend CeeCee played a bigger role in the series; I feel like she could be a cool sidekick. I vaguely remember thinking Paul was kind of dangerous-hot in high school but now I'm like, ew, fuck off you abusive twat.

  • Cyndi

    These books are wonderful! Our adorable moderator has met a male counterpart, except that he is evil. He lies, cheats, and kills. But worst of all, he wants our moderator. (Him being a good kisser is beside the point)

    Our Evil Moderator blackmails our Adorable Moderator into spending time with him by agreeing not to dispense with her ghost boyfriend.

    There is also a ghost haunting his brother that Suze is supposed to help to move on. But she spends so much time worrying about her tortured roma

    These books are wonderful! Our adorable moderator has met a male counterpart, except that he is evil. He lies, cheats, and kills. But worst of all, he wants our moderator. (Him being a good kisser is beside the point)

    Our Evil Moderator blackmails our Adorable Moderator into spending time with him by agreeing not to dispense with her ghost boyfriend.

    There is also a ghost haunting his brother that Suze is supposed to help to move on. But she spends so much time worrying about her tortured romances that she almost misses the ghost trying to kill his brother.

    Good story! 😊

  • Sharon

    The characters were kinda annoying in this one. Suze needed to get it togetherrrrr. And Jesse. And her friend was being oddly pushy about the campaign. And Father Dom was being rather unsympathetic. Hhmmm...

    So it's my least favorite

    book so far. Hope it gets back on track from here.

  • Kaitlin Wallace

    I finally finished this godawful book. It is probably the most amount of time I've spent agonizing over so few pages. First off, I did like 10 status updates throughout reading it because I wanted to remember how horrid it was.

    The author, as well as some of the other reviewers on here, seemed to think that there was a love triangle consisting of Paul, Suze, and Jesse. Never before have I been so disgusted by a book. The author tries to present Paul as a dangerous but suave dude, which he is not

    I finally finished this godawful book. It is probably the most amount of time I've spent agonizing over so few pages. First off, I did like 10 status updates throughout reading it because I wanted to remember how horrid it was.

    The author, as well as some of the other reviewers on here, seemed to think that there was a love triangle consisting of Paul, Suze, and Jesse. Never before have I been so disgusted by a book. The author tries to present Paul as a dangerous but suave dude, which he is not.

    Poor Suze, who already has so much internalized misogyny drilled into her, also has a large dose of rape culture as we see in this book. She has no interest in Paul, romantically because only has eyes for Jesse, but he continues making aggressive advances toward her despite her constant and clear "no". After Suze and him kissed in his bedroom and she told him to stop, he didn't until she jammed her thumb into his eye. He physically tried to restrain her and even summoned a ghost to keep her in the house.

    And then the part I hated. Instead of blaming Paul, Suze blames herself for letting it go too far, when it is obviously Paul's fault for not respecting her multiple no's that she said every time he tried to make a move in addition to her no when she realized she was kissing a psychopath.

    I'm not going to continue the series I hate to say, because this book has thoroughly disgusted me and I'm very disappointed at how the author uses Suze to perpetuate harmful ideas about sexual assault. Like instead of using Suze's experience to teach young girls that no means no and if a person is physically trapping you so you cannot get away even when you've said no, you are not consenting and it is assault. As well as when it tried to glorify Paul as a confused sexy guy when he might indeed be the devil himself.

    I've glanced over the reviews and there are actually people swooning over Paul and I just can't stand it and I hate it and this book series has gone downhill from a heroine that I admired to a puppet of the author that doesn't act like herself and perpetuates harmful ideas.

    I posted more quotes in my status updates with my thoughts...

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