Next Door

Next Door

by Lori R. Lopez

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BN ID: 2940015786309
Publisher: Fairy Fly Entertainment
Publication date: 11/26/2012
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
File size: 351 KB

About the Author

Lori R. Lopez has been on both sides of the mysterious, peculiar, odd, weird, strange, offbeat, abnormal, spooky or macabre next-door-neighbor coin. She, like her character Kat Mandou, has been inclined to wonder about the people who live nearby. Often, however, she has been wondered about herself . . . Why doesn’t she come outside? Why is she seldom seen? Is she a hermit? Is she a vampire? Is she secretive? Is she sinister? Is she dressed for a funeral? Is she a witch? Are there bats in her belfry? Are her walls padded? Does she sleep in a coffin? Does she ever sleep? Why is she so quiet? Why is she so pale? What does she do in there? Lori hopes her neighbors will one day read her books and stop wondering. Their questions will all be answered. At least a few of them. She hopes the answers for the remaining questions can be deciphered by reading her many Author Bios like this one. Or perhaps it will simply make them wonder more. Hmmm . . . And yet, if she ever becomes famous enough, they might be able to see her guest on a late-late-late-night talk show. Otherwise, she does her best to avoid interviews as she never knows what to say. On Halloween, for some reason, even Trick-Or-Treaters seem to wonder about Lori since they never knock at her door. Maybe they think she’s that eccentric crank or crackpot down the street. In which case, that is almost like being famous, isn’t it? Maybe everyone should just read her books. Then she would be famous and well-known, thanks to the helpful Bios found at the end. If she doesn’t become famous or well-known, please do her a favor and let everyone you know what you learned about Lori from this particular Bio. Then I will be famous. Whoever I am.

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Next Door 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I was eating an egg sandwich during page 20 onwards. It started tasting weird!!!!!!!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is 37pgs. Has potential , but gets confusing. Not sure what the story was really all about, except for a teen who didn't fit in.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It would have been a good story if the author didn't use the thesaurus so much. All the "big words" were distracting. This must have been a homework assignment for an English class.