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What Or Who Is Buried In Susannah S Backyard When The Nineteenth Century Ghost Of Maria De Silva Wakes Her Up In The Middle Of The Night, Suze Knows This Is No Ordinary Visitation And Not Just From The Knife At Her Throat, Either In Life, Maria Was The Fianc E Of Jesse The Same Jesse Who Was Murdered A Hundred And Fifty Years Before The Same Jesse Suze Is In Love WithMaria Threatens Suze The Backyard Construction Must Cease Suze Has A Pretty Good Idea What Or Rather, Who Maria Doesn T Want Found But In Solving Jesse S Murder, Will Suze End Up Losing Him Forever


10 thoughts on “Darkest Hour

  1. says:

    Here s the thing about Mediators We re hard to kill I know it s been a week since I posted my pre review and I know I said I would be writing said review a long time ago But, as it is, I ve been tired and busy and just completely out of sorts Sometimes, though, you love a book so much that you can t stand the thought of not posting your thoughts about it And, even surprising, I loved this book so much than I expected or ever thought I could this time around and just want to push it on people that s what I do It s no secret this series is and always will be a favorite Each book I re read cements my love and makes it crystal clear that my obsession as a middle schooler wasn t unfounded There is truly something special about these books you can t quite understand until you pick them up and experience them for yourself Each character eeks their way into your heart in some special way and they don t let go I really have to start hiding my textbooks from him The thing is, he reads them and actually manages to retain what they say, and then applies that to other things he finds to read around the house Why he can t just watch TV, like a normal person, I do not know Even her crazy brothers are hard to dislike Suze is a character that you fall for quickly she s quirky, funny, and a total smart ass Her inner ramblings are so relatable, it s uncanny From book one on, then and now, I find found that her voice reminds me a lot of my own When I was younger, she was a bit cooler than me, I have to admit Hey, I m not counting High School, only middle school , but now as I read them as an adult, all those jokes I didn t understand or missed before are so witty and funny and I find myself relating to her than I care to admit I won t lie or anything and say I was embarrassed for a hottie like Paul to see me in my swimsuit I look a lot better in the navy blue one piece suit the hotel forces us to wear than I do in those heinous shorts.Plus my mascara is totally the waterproof kind I mean, I m not an idiot In this installment which I had completely forgotten about from years ago the best kind of surprise we visit the darker and sadder side to Jesse s past But the best part is, it doesn t come via flashbacks, memories, etc it comes in the form of his ex fiance and her handy henchman I don t know why I loved this installment so much, but I did We get Jesse, we begin to see how he really might feel about Susannah awwww as he calls her , and it introduces the one har har just one, my ass person that makes Jesse a jelly green giant Oh, and did I mention he becomes Suze s arch nemesis I d have much rather talked about his sisters For instance, had he found living with five girls as trying as I find living with three boys I would imagine probably not, given the reverse toilet seat situation Did they even have toilets back then Or did they just go in those nasty outhouses, like on Little House on the Prairie God, no wonder Maria was in such a bad mood.Well, that and the whole being dead thing Yeah, so totally worth it, this one It s not enough that this story came as a total surprise to me, though that has to be my favorite thing about it No, it s that every emotion was expressed ten fold and we finally get somewhere in the feelings and confessions department We aren t all the way there yet, but that is why book five is my I think favorite, right Oh, and let s not forget the lengths to which Jesse would go to save Suze we can never discount that EEPS Stupid girl I said to Diego that you were far too much of a fool to cause trouble for us, but I see now that I was wrong You are everything I have heard about mediators interfering, loathsome creature I was flattered I truly was No one had ever called me loathsome before So why should you read this series I ve been talking about over and over and over again That s simple It s fun It s cute and sexy It s swoony without being over the top And, most importantly, IT HAS JESSE Duh What else in the world do you need Well, okay, her arch nemesis, because that epic battle at the end of book 5 makes my bbf heart go pitter patter with glee, I won t lie I lubbs the jelly boys Oops So, you know, pick this up, or don t pick this up it makes no difference to me It s you who is losing out, in the end, so I guess it s your loss, right For of my reviews, please visit Guys, I can t even begin to explain how big I smiled, how loud I laughed, and how giggly I became in this installment Call me crazy, but I guess I just completely forgot what this book was about and who was introduced in this one Likethe amount of happiness I found reading this book was absurdand I already want to re read it again Favorite re read yet OR START THE NEXT ONE IMMEDIATELY because RTC.


  2. says:

    Re read 4 27 17 Swooney swoon SWOON I cannot over here I m a swooney mess Have mercy


  3. says:

    THIS BOOK JUST TOOK THIS SERIES TO A WHHOLE NEW LEVEL OMG


  4. says:

    This book has a slightly serious tone than the previous books A lot tears from Suze and a lot high stakes situations.I still find Suze to be infinity relatable and hilarious I like that we get to see her becoming serious, but at the same time, I do miss the fun, breezy times like from the 1st book It is summer in this book, and Suze has a babysitting job Not the most fun premise but I do like the normalcy of this She is getting comfortable around her stepfamily, and I still find it funny that she s the only one who has not realized that her stepbrothers are basically her brothers and her stepdad is basically her dad now because they treat her like true family I hope we get to see touching family moments in the future Also, I miss having Doc in this book It s sweet that he would have come home for Suze even though he seemed to be enjoying camp And even Sleepy has become increasingly brotherly in this book And Andy is increasingly like a dad.I hope we go back to school in the next book because I think I find that setting fun to read Anyway, finally, the romance is starting to really happen in this book I seriously adore how much Father Dom has come to mean for Suze It just makes my heart melt the friendship mentorship thing they have going on.I m giving this 3.5 stars maybe 4.Things that you might want to know WARNING Spoilers below Happy satisfying ending view spoiler Generally happy, but still a cliffhanger, not the last book hide spoiler


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  6. says:

    This book took shit to the next level The series had blurred together in my memory and I couldn t remember when Paul made an appearance, but I m so glad he finally did I m excited for the drama in the next book


  7. says:

    This is the best Mediator book so far In the three previous books, it was always according to a model great times ghost a boy who wants to have a date with Suze and is in some relation with that ghost ghost is beaten with some consequences to that boy And of course there was Jesse, somewhere, usually telling Suze not to do something dangerous what she obviously does so he helps her And I mean every word of it in a good way, I enjoyed every single book But now, finally, Suze knows how she feels about Jesse, even if she doesn t want to admit it to anybody, and everything is so much clearer.Darkest Hour was epic and I m really crazy about The Mediator series Unfortunately I discovered it has just 6 books Why does The Princess Diaries have like hundred and fifty books without any reason because even in the 5th book, Mia s already totally annoying and Mediator just 6


  8. says:

    Young Blood, the fourth book in the Mediator series by Meg Cabot is definitely my favourite so far Suzie s first summer in California doesn t quite go to plan when her stepdad forces her to either get a job or go to summer school She chooses to work and ends up at the Pebbel Beach Hotel and Golf Resort as a daytime child minder She is assigned to look after a unsociable young man called Jack and it soon become evident that just like Suzie he can also see spirits Throw in Jesse, Suzie s gorgeous yet dead roommate and his crazy ex girlfriend and all hell breaks lose I loved the simplicity of this novel, there isn t a love interest who is weak and that Suzie isn t that fond of, there isn t any best friend or high school drama and there was much likable characters We are introduced to Jack an eight year old who is afraid of his ability I feel like Jack s story won me over, he was such a lovable character and I really felt for him when he was being ignored by his family or when he made mistakes.Jesse and his back story served a much larger part in this book, we finally learn all about his life and I found it very interesting Unlike the other books Jesse is a main feature which was much better than him acting like a guardian angel of sorts and only turning up when something bad was happening to Suzie Suzie did get a little annoying at times, like always And she said a few things that I didn t like see below in comments for little rant, haha but overall her relationships were a lot interesting and her decision making flowed easier than previous books Even if she was slightly rash at times I understood why she did certain things.When Suzie enters the inbetween I was suprised to actually enjoy the little details that we were given by Cabot, I have a lot of unanswered questions but I feel that any description would have been overdone and not believable The ending, oh Jesse my heart So cute, can t wait for the next book now actually


  9. says:

    read this in one sitting i need of jesseeee


  10. says:

    This is like a fangirling mess, so read at your own cautionJesse made the move My heart The second half of this series is probably my favorite, I mean I love them all but at this point we are getting a main antagonist in Paul, we re finally getting into Jesse s past, and my OTP took the plunge This is like the turning point for the series, we re getting down to business view spoiler Paulwhat can I say about Paul Somehow, somehow I fell in love with Paul back in the 9th grade The height of my Mediator obsession phase, I was in deep guys Rereading the series like four times a year, hopping on fanfiction.net just so I could get of these characters, and then writing fanfiction of my own My friend and I wrote so many stories about this series and then we kinda branched off and took Paul along for the ride That was the beginning of the end for me Reading the books I m just like Paul is such a jerkwad, GTFO But I really enjoy his character and what he brings and realizedhe s my type I have my problems with him, don t get me wrong, which I ll talk about nowSuze has to get a summer job and ends up being a babysitter at this hotel resort And surprise The kid she s babysitting, Jack, he s a mediator Jack is terrified about the fact that he can see the dead and so has spent most of his time indoors until Suze informs him what he is and that she can also see the dead Knowing that he s not crazy and alone he lightens up a lot after Suze talks to him and begins acting like the eight year old he is And how does Paul tie into this, he s Jack s brother Paul, I love you, but HOW WHY would you just leave your little brother hanging like that for all this time Poor kid was scared of his own shadow, you couldn t have given him a little pep talk or something It seems like they get along, Jack was so excited when Paul spent the day with him and Suze but at the end of the book when Suze is talking to him about Paul being a mediator too he s all I don t want to talk about it Why I wanna know And off to my OTP They had so many cute moments Jesse kissed the top of Suze s head and he promised her he wasn t going anywhere and I was just like FEELS And then at the end they finally kiss And Jesse was the one who kissed her And just asdfghjkl hide spoiler