Tuesday, February 9, 2016
ARC Review: Remembrance: Meg Cabot
I was given an e-arc copy of Remembrance for my honest review.
Remembrance is the newest installment in Meg Cabot's Mediator series. I have read this series multiple times over the years and was unbelievably excited when I found out there was going to be a new book! The Mediator series is about Suze Simon who can see/talk to ghosts. Suze works with her high school principal and friend Jesse to help these ghosts cross over to whatever afterlife they should have.
Remembrance takes place after Suze and Jesse have went college, gotten engaged, and made plans for their future. Everything is great; aside from the usual ghost butt kicking they must do, until a "demon" from their past tries to ruin everything. Paul Slater is back once again to try his best to steal Suze from Jesse before it is too late. Suze must scheme behind Jesse's back to deal with Paul to save their wedding or lose the love of her life forever.
When not dealing with Paul, Suze has taken a job at her alma mater where of course she comes across a ghost in need. While helping this ghost Suze discovers many secrets. Secrets that help her save a student at her alma mater. Secrets that help her in her personal life. Secrets that allow her to mediate the newest ghost.
Since this series took place while Suze was in high school I wasn't sure how well Remembrance would work out being so far in the future. Would the time seem off? Would things be missing? I was not disappointed at all with this newest installment. Everything was there. Even being so much further in the future the story was still filled in, nothing was missing. My only issue with it is that now I want even more Suze and Jesse! Meg Cabot has done a wonderful job continuing the Mediator series.