Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Wishlist | The Neighbors by Ania Ahlborn

This week I am anxiously waiting on The Neighbors by Ania Ahlborn. I just read her first novel, Seed, and loved it. (Expect a review of Seed soon.)

The Neighbors is another stand alone novel and will hopefully be just as suspenseful as Seed!

Andrew Morrison sacrificed everything—his childhood, his education, and the girl of his dreams—to look after his alcoholic mother. But enough is enough, and now he’s determined to get out and live his life. That means trading the home he grew up in for a rented room in the house of an old childhood friend— both of which are in sorry shape.

The only thing worse than Drew’s squalid new digs and sullen new roommate is the envy he feels for the house next door: a picture-perfect suburban domicile straight out of Norman Rockwell, with a couple of happy householders to match. But the better acquainted he gets with his new neighbors—especially the sweet and sexy Harlow Ward—the more he suspects unspeakable darkness beyond the white picket fence.

At the intersection of Blue Velvet and Basic Instinct lies The Neighbors, an insidiously entertaining tale of psychological suspense and mounting terror by the boldest new master of the form, Ania Ahlborn.

The Neighbors will be published November 27 so I still have a while to wait!

Have you read Seed? Are you dying for The Neighbors? What are you waiting for this week?

This post is being shared as part of Breaking the Spine's "Waiting for" Wednesday.

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14 comments:

  1. That's a great looking cover! I'm just finishing up a doozy of a project and finally feel like I can crawl out of my hole and see what's out in the world, hahaha. I might pick this one up!

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    1. JEM! Check your email ASAP. :) I was talking about you Monday, too, btw.

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    2. I checked my e-mail but nothing was in there?!?

      I'm sorry, I thought I commented on Monday's post already! I saw that you mentioned me and THANKS! I've heard Jenny Pox was a lot more adult-oriented than IH. I try to keep my YA fairly clean ;) What do you think?

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    3. I'm heading to lunch so I will comment again later, but send me your address - you won my Incarnation giveaway.

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    4. OoooooooooOOOOOOooooh! I'm on it!

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  2. I had not heard of Seed or The Neighbors. I will have to go check Ania Ahlborn out! Thanks for the rec:)

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    1. You really should. Seed would be a great October read. :)

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  3. SEED has been on my must-read list for some time. I need to get around to reading it...then THE NEIGHBORS!

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  4. I hadn't heard of either of the books so thanks for bringing them to my attention! ^.^ If you would like to check out my Waiting On Wednesday post you can do so here. :)

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  5. I haven't heard of that one before. Oh, how I love this meme :D Thanks for sharing!

    WoW @thedailyprophecy.

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  6. I love how this cover it subtle in its creepiness.

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  7. This sounds really interesting, looking forward to your review of Seed. New follower :)

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  8. I actually did pick Seed up at BEA, haven't read it yet, but it will be part of my Readathon Pile!

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  9. Ooh thanks for introducing me to this book it sounds like a desperate housewives plot thanks for sharing click on my name to see WoW.

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