In Twilight, Cabot continues her series about Suze Simon, the teenage mediator with an other-worldly boyfriend, Jesse de Silva. But when fellow mediator Paul Slater threatens to send Jesse back to where he came from, can Suze stop him in time?
©2005 Meg Cabot; (P)2005 Recorded Books, LLC
It was hard to jump from book 4, "Darkest Hour" to "Twilight" because there seemed to be a few things missing between the two books. Then I discovered that "Haunted" should be numbered book 5 and "Twilight" should be numbered book 6. These last two books do not even have the Mediator as part of the title no less the correct numbers. It would be much easier for fans to follow the series if the listings were more consistent.
I loved this book when I read it; loved Jesse in particular. The audio version was good but I probably expected too much from the narrator who was good but not great.
I was interested in hearing the story as there were some creative bits that peaked my interest, but the narrator was so distracting that I had to quit listening. Her tone is unreal and doesn't match the character. She makes what should be a pretty cool character sound like a complete dork. Also, she makes what should be the love interests sound like goofy children's storybook characters. I couldn't get into the love interests at all because they were miss characterized by voice. I simply couldn't hear the story through the readers distracting and off base interpretation. The tone is wrong wrong wrong.
I thought -of course! it was sthephenie meyer's.
but n~~~~~~~~~~~~O TT
there are no twilight,new moon,eclipse....why,why?
I feel like cring.....
This is the final book in Meg Cabot's Mediator series, and while I'm sad that the series has come to an end, I thought this was a perfect conclusion. Susanna Simon faces an agonising choice. Allow her fellow mediator Paul to go back in time and prevent her boyfriend's murder so he can live again or keep him as he is now. If Jesse lives, then he and Susanna will never have met. If he remains dead, he must watch Susanna grow old and die. An impossible dilemma and one Meg Cabot handles to perfection. This is a heart-wrenching tale of love and sacrifice and a fantastic conclusion to a wonderful series.
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