Neighbors: a novel

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Delacorte Press/Seymour Lawrence, 1980 - Fiction - 275 pages
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The adventures of Earl Keese, a pudgy homeowner living on a dead-end road in the country. A younger couple moves in next door and begins to harass Earl in a fashion that is by turns sinister and fetching. Earl's reactions follow suit. Some moments in the 24-hours chronicled in Neighbors seem a blissful fantasy, while others seem a nightmare.

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User Review  - jennyo - LibraryThing

This is, as far as I can remember, the most bizarre book I have ever read. I'm still not sure what the point of it was. Maybe I was a bit jet-lagged as I read most of it on planes to and from London ... Read full review


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"Reading Neighbors is like being lost in a carnival's house of mirrors," observed LJ's reviewer of this title. The peaceful lives of Earl and Enid Keese are fractured by the arrival of Harry and ... Read full review


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