Remembrance: A Mediator Novel
Remembrance by Meg Cabot is brilliant and well-done. It’s no wonder readers flock to her novels. This was my first novel by Meg Cabot. I have heard so much about her and her writing. I have to say, she didn’t disappoint. Her characters have a way of grabbing readers in by the shirts and dragging them deep into the heart of the story. A heart-pounding, exciting, and highly suspenseful plot will lure readers in by the hundreds. The scenes are not just words but places that, takes readers out of their reading spots and into the action. Never a dull nor boring moment in Meg Cabot’s Remembrance. A novel worthy of remembering by all who read it.
Remembrance is a contemporary novel that instantly pulls readers in from the beginning. We met the charming yet sharp-tongued lady, Susannah Simon. Her life is on the road to becoming everything she wants it to be . . . yet trouble comes tumbling in fast and she’s got to act fast. There’s a guy stuck on harassing her, ghosts driving her insane, and then there’s the murder she’s stumbled across. Remembrance is indeed highly entertaining. Readers won’t be able to get enough of this masterfully woven story nor its characters. Juggling with the past and present troubles, dealing with her internship for a job she wants and being engaged can be tough to handle for one woman. Yet, somehow Susannah Simon, a mediator, is willing to take it all. But the question is can she? Meg Cabot is indeed one talented writer whose novels are a must read. Remembrance is out of this world . . . the stakes are high, the suspense hangs thickly in the air . . . and the romance is sweeter than readers can imagine. I highly recommend this stunning, fast-paced, and sassy read to everyone worldwide.
|Page Count||400 pages|
|Publisher||William Morrow Paperbacks|
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|Category||Mystery, Crime & Thriller|