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About the Author: Meg Cabot

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10 thoughts on “The Boy Next Door

  1. Cristina Monica Cristina Monica says:

    I'm rather curious to know who the murderer is but I just can't read more of the will-they-won't-they romantic relationship covered in lies. And the office gossip and drama is over the top. The format - epistolary - is what drew me in, but everything else slowly drew me out.

  2. Connie Connie says:

    Well it is almost 1 o'clock and I just finished this book. I couldn't put it down. I really enjoyed it! I gave it 5 stars, the definition for 5 stars is it was amazing and I probably wouldn't say that because I don't think you can say that chic lit is amazing. If I had to give it a score out of 10 I would give it a

  3. Simone Elkeles Simone Elkeles says:

    When I'm asked what my favorite book is, this always comes into my head because I was just so entertained. I don't know how Meg Cabot did an all-email book and make it so amazing. She is definitely a talented author!

  4. Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) says:

    This was so much fun. I mean, I saw the ending coming from a mile away and it was mega cheesy, but still, SO FUN. I can't believe I waited so long to start this series. Meg Cabot is my queen

  5. Sara Sara says:

    What I particularly enjoyed about this book is the originality of the writing style. The book is written in a modern epistolary fashion, it develops through the emails the various characters exchange.
    The story is witty, there is a little bit of a mystery to solve, which I always enjoy, and the book overall is light and refreshing

  6. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    Ok - just to warn you - This entire book is in e-mail format. Yup. 379 pages of e-mails. Truth be told - I really liked it!

    So we have Mel Fuller who writes the page 10 celebrity gossip column for the NY Journal. She is late to work (for about the 50th time) because she found her neighbor lady laying face down with her dog barking

  7. Nasty Lady MJ Nasty Lady MJ says:

    Reread 2020:

    Such an improvement over the last Cabot book I am bumping it up from a four to five star review though it's probably really a 4.5 star book.

    This one is really tropey and Cabot really does have signature tropes but I did enjoy it. It is a comfort read through and through. In a lot of ways, it sort of reminds me of

  8. Katrina Passick Lumsden Katrina Passick Lumsden says:

    I wasn't sure I was going to be able to finish this one because, while there were some things I genuinely liked about the email format in which it was written, the format overall left me wanting. The story picked up, however, and I found myself not minding the email format so much. After a little while, I found myself engrossed, wanting desperately to find

  9. Rose Rose says:

    So, this was my first Meg Cabot. Maybe not the best place to start, considering there are more popular books of hers I could have started with but I guess it wasn't a too bad introduction to her work.

    The Boy Next Door started out pretty awesome, there was hilarity left and right and I just loved it. After I was halfway through, though, the book began

  10. Laura Laura says:

    This book has earned its place as my new most embarrassing book to read in public to date. I made a special point to fold the pages of this book over, hiding the cheesy cover which seemed to scream the announcement “Yes I read mindless, fluffy chicklit!” I guess I wouldn’t have been so embarrassed to be reading this book if it had not been for the general low qual

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