The Boy Next Door

The Boy Next Door

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Edition: PB
ISBN: 9780060096199
0060096195
Alternative Title: Boy next door : a novel

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avidreader2002 Mar 15, 2015

Fast, entertaining read. The story is told through a series of emails which can be a little confusing at times but well worth it in the end.

akordek Nov 18, 2013

An easy fun read! I couldn't put it down and finished in 3 days. Entire book is written in emails, but is very easy to follow! A new favorite author of mine :)

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gymgurl
Aug 11, 2012

Nothing but fluff, but it is fun and hard to put down. Great beach read.

mitang99 Jul 28, 2011

This was such a great read. You get through the book really fast because the entire book is written in e-mail format...I literally couldn't put it down. And it was really funny! I was so surprised... I rarely laugh out loud at stuff I'm reading and I'm surprised Cabot could do it even though the context is only through e-mails. The plot was great...the type where as you read along, you get clues as to why the title is called "The Boy Next Door" and clues to a small little mystery. Fastest I ever finished a book. I went to Amazon and bought it right away cuz I know I'll be re-reading it.

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jjdmps
Jun 08, 2011

I barely put it down, it was a fun read.

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angela_padovano
Jan 08, 2011

I loved this book and i couldn't put it down!!

my32flavours Dec 11, 2009

I love this book. It is cute and funny, but not overdone.

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avidreader2002 Mar 14, 2015

avidreader2002 thinks this title is suitable for 18 years and over

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Mar 02, 2015

emily_marmar thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

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Jul 13, 2014

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avidreader2002 Mar 15, 2015

To:Jerrylives
From: Jason Trent
Subject: HI UNCLE JOHN

IT'S US, HALEY AND BRITTANY. MOMMY AND DADDY ARE HAVING A BIG FIGHT OVER WHAT YOU SHOULD DO ABOUT THE REDHEADED LADY. MOMMY THINKS YOU SHOULD CALL HER AND ASK HER OUT TO DINNER. DADDY SAYS YOU SHOULD GET THERAPY.

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