[PDF] Download Ð The Medium | by ↠ C.J. Archer

By C.J. Archer | Comments: ( 608 ) | Date: ( Nov 21, 2019 )

This is an alternate cover edition for B008GOATBM Seventeen year old spirit medium Emily Chambers has a problem Actually, she has several As if seeing dead people isn t a big enough social disadvantage, she also has to contend with an escaped demon and a handsome ghost with a secret past And then there s the question of her parentage Being born an entire year after herThis is an alternate cover edition for B008GOATBM Seventeen year old spirit medium Emily Chambers has a problem Actually, she has several As if seeing dead people isn t a big enough social disadvantage, she also has to contend with an escaped demon and a handsome ghost with a secret past And then there s the question of her parentage Being born an entire year after her father s death yes, a year and without the pale skin of other respectable English ladies, Emily is as much a mystery as the dead boy assigned to her.Jacob Beaufort s spirit has been unable to crossover since his death It might have something to do with the fact he was murdered Or it might not All he knows is, he has been assigned by the Otherworld s administrators to a girl named Emily A girl who can see and touch him A girl who released a shape shifting demon into the mortal realm Together they must send the demon back before it wreaks havoc on London It should be a simple assignment, but they soon learn there s nothing simple when a live girl and a dead boy fall in love.


  • Title: The Medium
  • Author: C.J. Archer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Kindle Edition

About Author:

C.J. Archer

C.J Archer has loved history and books for as long as she can remember and feels fortunate that she found a way to combine the two She spent her early childhood in the dramatic beauty of outback Queensland, Australia, but now lives in suburban Melbourne with her husband, two children and a mischievous black white cat named Coco.While she has written historical romance in the past, she now writes exclusively in the historical fantasy genre with a large dose of romance She has several series which occur in the same Victorian era world Each series can be read alone, but it s fun to start at the beginning with THE EMILY CHAMBERS SPIRIT MEDIUM TRILOGY Follow that up with all 9 FREAK HOUSE books, then the MINISTRY OF CURIOSITIES series GLASS AND STEELE, her newest series, is set in an entirely different alternate Victorian London.Subscribe to C.J s newsletter through her website to be notified when she releases a new book, as well as get access to exclusive content and subscriber only giveaways Her website also contains up to date details on all her books cjarcher She loves to hear from readers You can contact her through email cj cjarcher or follow her on social media to get the latest updates on her books Facebook facebook CJArcherAuthorPage Twitter twitter cj_archerTumblr freakhouseresidents.tumblrInstagram instagram authorcjarcPinterest pinterest cjarcher author show



Comments The Medium

  • Cora ☕ Tea Party Princess

    This was a fantastic freebie from - if you haven't downloaded it yet, go get it now. I think it's a love-it or hate-it book and I know I definitely love it and will certainly re-read it in the future.I knew I'd enjoy this book simply from the cover and blurb - historical fantasy set in London with ghosts? I'm sold. There's something about ghosts in London that seems to have me hooked at the moment, regardless of any other genres, and this book does it SO SO WELL.I never thought when I started t [...]


  • Ally

    Well, apparently ghosts are corporeal.Read for Halloween 2017 Reading Challenge - you guessed it, Ghost categorySeries: Yea. And this one is a bit of a cliffhanger. As in no real HEA action. Forwarned is forearmed. I wish I had paid enough attention. But enough of that. Sexy times: Not a onePlan on reading more by the author: hmmmmSynopsis Emily is, again, you guessed it, medium. She can talk to ghosts and she spends her time entertaining society ladies with seances and helping ghosts cross over [...]


  • Emma

    3 stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️I’m not too sure my feelings on this book, it wasn’t terrible but it didn’t blow me away either.The writing was good and I enjoyed the characters.


  • Sarah-Jayne Briggs

    (This review may contain spoilers).Okay, so I wound up with a headache after reading this book. In comparison to the rest of the books on my Kindle, the writing here was tiny. That having been said, I did enjoy reading the book but it's not as good as I hoped it would be.Emily was kind of irritating. She didn't seem to fit in with the time she lived in. I also thought that she came across as really selfish when she completely discounted Jacob's wishes about his family about everything, really. S [...]


  • Nells

    Summary:-A demon is released in to the world under very weak pretenses-Hot ghost meets feisty spirit medium to track it down, instantly and inexplicably they fall in love-Hot ghost and spirit medium spend the bulk of the book walking around, talking to the same 3 people over and over, and seem to forget at times that there is a demon on the loose killing people-In between walks, angst ensues. Jacob claims he is dangerous, Emily disagrees, Jacob proves he is dangerous, Emily doesn't care. Moral o [...]


  • Evelyn Medina

    This book was SO FRUSTRATING!!! In a broad sense, the plot seems interesting. A demon is released into the world and a "handsome" spirit and medium team up to figure out what's going on. Well it wasn't great. The writing itself was very simple, I didn't really feel any connection to ANY of the characters, it seemed like all they did was walk around and question the same people over and over again. Not to mention this weird relationship that Jacob and Emily have. Coolhe's a handsome ghostbut you' [...]


  • Paula Fowlkes Roussel

    I mean, I like anything with sexy ghosts. I blame Jesse from The Mediator series for lighting that spark. Yet I haven't found a ghost romance that compares to Meg Cabot's's to trying with this book, though.


  • Sarah

    4/1 - 3.5 stars, but I'm feeling generous, so I'm marking it at four on GR. An enjoyable YA ghost story with a few flaws - editing, a cliff hanger ending, and finishing at 92% are the reasons I can't give this five stars.First to the editing, on page 41'His study was still in tact'Intact is one word.On page 105'I n' begrudge the expense'don' is missing the 'T' to make it 'don't'.On page 120'eading on my toes so as not to make a sound.'That sounds way too much like she's stepped on her own toes, [...]


  • Alex

    “Tell me you won't go, tell me you'll stay forever, tell me you love me.”This book was weird from beginning to end A medium. A ghost. A doomed love really?


  • N.N. Light

    I loved this book so much, I didn't want it to end! Engrossing, well-written story with fleshed out characters. Highly recommend!My Rating: 5 stars


  • Marisa

    I would like to thank the author for giving me a free copy of this book in return for an honest review. I have mixed feelings when it comes to The Medium. On the one hand, I found myself enjoying the plot, but on the other hand, I disliked the romance between Emily and Jacob. Considering the story mainly focuses on Emily and Jacob’s relationship, I’m surprised I didn’t wind up disliking it. With that said, I’d probably give this a 3.5 if half stars existed. I chose to round up because it [...]


  • Nemo (The Moonlight Library)

    This review was originally posted on Young Adult At HeartSUMMARYEmily Chambers is a seventeen year old orphaned spirit medium who lives with her older sister in Regency London. PLOTWhen Emily and her sister accidentally unleash a shapeshifting murderous demon from another dimension on London, the Administrators from the Waiting Area send a solid ghost called Jacob to Emily to help defeat the demon. But Jacob has secrets of his own, and Emily is determined to help find his killer.I love how slow [...]


  • Yodamom

    The Medium (An Emily Chambers Spirit Medium Novel)Series: The Emily Chambers Spirit Medium, Book 1By CJ Archer4.5 starsSeventeen year-old spirit medium Emily Chambers has a problem. Actually, she has several. As if seeing dead people isn't a big enough social disadvantage, she also has to contend with an escaped demon and a handsome ghost with a secret past. And then there's the question of her parentage. Being born an entire year after her father's death (yes, a year) and without the pale skin [...]


  • Ornella (Nyx)

    I'm not really sure what to so say about this one. Everything was just meh. It wasn't horrible but it wasn't good either. The inst-love was really disappointing, and the plot itself, felt like there was something missing. It was all just resolved so quickly. I know it's not completely resolved per se (saw that one coming a mile away) but it still felt rushed somehow. The only redeeming quality were the characters, they were all actually pretty well written, but needless to say I won't be continu [...]


  • Leona (Books Inside The Keep)

    I requested The Medium purely on what I hoped the story contents would hold, and I totally blame the synopsis for my imagination running wild. I am a serious sucker for ghosts, and necromancers and I guess it all stemmed from Jeaniene Frost's Night Huntress series lol.I've never listened to a Gemma Dawson narration since I am still a newbie to the audiobook world, but I can't help but shout it from the rooftops that she seriously did an amazing job with The Medium. Right off the bat I was pull [...]


  • Kirsten

    This book plods along and doesn't ever really fulfill itself as a romance or a mystery. There was no real character development. I wasn't rooting for the main characters and their romance because honestly I found them to be annoying. I found myself just skimming the pages towards the end to just discover who the bad guy was. This was the only part of the book done well, the author doesn't wrap up the story in book one. However, it was a like eating an overly sweet dessert too sugary and unsatisf [...]


  • Kurt Chambers

    I don't normally read this type of book, but I did really enjoy the story. It seemed quite unusual to me.It was a bit of a mix between a detective story, a ghost story with a little romance. It was very well written, I didn't find any noticeable mistakes. The thing I enjoyed the most was the innocence of the characters coming from that particular time in history. I don't really have anything negative to say so I will have to give this a five star rating. Well written and edited, awesome characte [...]


  • Elizabeth Olson

    Well, at least it was free so I didn't waste my money on this. The 1830's talks-to-ghosts heroine thinks and acts in anachronistic ways, the story hinges on the weakly and implausibly plotted release into the world of a killer smoke demon as the reason for her and her hunky dead guy detecting buddy to wander around talking to the same people over and over again and until the whole thing just peters out without a proper resolution.


  • Belinda

    A combination of an victorian novel mixed with paranormal and a love between Emily (a medium) and Jacob (a ghost). By accident Celia and Emily let loose a demon when they have a seance. It seems that it has lossened with and amulet and a spell. Jacob job is to help Emily cast the demon back in to the underworld. It is an entertaining book. The timelines are well put down only the characters and Londen in 1882/3 is not well portraited to my taste.


  • Carly Compass

    Rather a sleepy little story.


  • Rebekah

    This book suffers from what I always fear in my own writing - a great idea that isn't quite fleshed out enough. I loved the concept of this book, but I felt like it needed more more description, more time for the development of the story and, especially, more time for evolution of the romance. This story feels rushed, which is a shame because the ideas were so good!I think a good editor or even just a reader could have helped the author with suggestions that would have helped so much!


  • MelodyMay (What I'm Reading)

    Most of y'all were probably at a BBQ, cookout, or whatever you do on the Fourth of July. Not me. I actually was a homebody yesterday and decided to read a book. Ok, I didn't stay indoors the whole day I actually went to a couple of stores, but that's beside the point. So, by spending most of my day indoors I got to read a fun book that made me think of the Ghost Whisperer. Which by the way was my favorite show, but it was after it came to its conclusion 2010; you gotta love re-runs. While most o [...]


  • Colette

    More like 3.5 stars. I will definitely continue the series.Pro's:1) There is no swearing and the plot is clean.2) The plot is somewhat unique.3) The characters are definitely interesting and likeable.Cons:1) The relationship develops too fast. No one falls in love in a couple of short meetings. This is the main reason I rated it lower, it just bugged me.2) The book leaves with a slight cliffhanger. You will have to read the next book to answer a lot of questions. The main characters aren't even [...]


  • Marie

    Emily lebt mit ihrer Schwester im viktorianischen London. Nach dem Tod der Mutter verdienen die zwei Schwestern sich ein Zubrot mit Seancen, da Emily Geister sehen, mit ihnen sprechen und sie sogar anfassen kann.Das buch beginnt mit einer Seance, in der ein Ehemann gerufen wird, der aber gar keine Lust hat seinem Drachen von Ehefrau Informationen zu seinen Besitztümern zu geben, geschweige denn wieder zu verschwinden. Um ihn trotzdem wirder in das Warteareal zu schicken, benutzt Celia, Emilys S [...]


  • Valentina Markasović

    It was a better book than I had expected. It was pretty funny and witty at times."What if I'd been indecent?""It's all right, I checked and you weren't.""Very amusing." I enjoyed the description of London in 1880. It reminded me of Oliver Twist. It wasn't unusual for gangs of boys to be ruled by an older man, equally poor and desperate but more experienced in avoiding the police.The romance between Emily and Jacob was a bit disturbing. There is really no way for them to be together. Jacob seems [...]


  • Mariame

    The only reason I bought this book off of amazon was because it cost nothing. Literally! It was free! So I am thinking "yes!" I am getting a free book. At the end of reading this story I was sad. Why do you ask? Because I tricked. It was a set up! A trap set up for poor greedy book lovers like me to get snagged into. How else can it be explained, why the very same night when I finally put this book down I was begrudgingly clicking away at the buy now 1-click button for the next two books in this [...]


  • Juliet Sealand

    It was worth the price I paid (free) but I'm not likely to read the rest of the series unless they were all free, too. Not bad, but not my cup of tea. One thing that irked me a bit was the fact that the author couldn't seem to decide if she wanted an authentic period feel or a more anachronistic, contemporary vibe. I would have been fine with either of those, but the fact that it kept fluctuating made things seem a bit disjointed to me. Also, the romance didn't seem very natural to me. (Or super [...]


  • Gina's Library

    I was asked to read this book by the author for a fair and honest review.The genre of this book is listed as paranormal. It has everything a paranormal lover would wanta ghost, a medium who sees the ghosts, demons and even a bit of a love story.This story took place in London. I'm not sure what time frame, I do know that it's not in our time. The women still wore corsets and needed to be escorted with a male.I loved this story. I found myself feeling bad for Jacob. He is in limbo or the "waiting [...]


  • Anita Moll

    "Stop being so. male!" The writing is ok but the characters and dialogues are abysmal. they really are, the lack any real meaning or depth, and I have now idea how I stuck with it so long. The mystery isn't even that interesting, I was hoping for a good book about Victorian Era paranormal investigation, but I was seriously disappointed. If you're used to good books and enjoy victorian era paranormal investigation, chuck this, and try the lockwood and co series by Jonathan Stroud, much better!


  • Charlie

    3.5 starsIn the imaginary world of mediumship this Victorian young adult mystery will entertain well enough to satisfy many fans of the genre. There are some misses on the portrayal of medium abilities, but one can easily overlook and enjoy the fictional tale. At times, the speech wanes from the authenticity of the time period for example, "Usually she began her sales spiel before the door had fully opened…," which detracts from the overall set building of the story. The dialogue just felt too [...]


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