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Dangerous Neighbors by Beth Kephart

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  1. Nancye Davis says

    I think this book sounds very interesting! I would enjoy reading it!

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  2. Nancye Davis says

    This book sounds very interesting and intriguing! This is a book I definitely want to read!

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  3. I’ve been hearing a lot about this author lately and I really must add her to my list. This story sounds very good and I wonder if she’ll also write another book but with the other sister’s viewpoint.
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  4. Oh, I would have loved to have seen more of William! Funny how we still got such a strong sense of him, though, despite the fact that he had so very little facetime in the novel. Really enjoyed this one, too, and could see shades of my relationship with my own sister in the story.
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  5. Sounds neat & lucky you for getting a signed ARC! 🙂

  6. this sounds really good, great review 🙂 I like when a book can transport me to a different time and place while reading.
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  7. Lucky you getting to read this one. It sounds great. I have a few of her books to read – I just need to find some time!

  8. I have this one for a blog tour this month and I’m so looking forward to it as I’m a huge Kephart fan…sounds like a winner!

  9. Sounds good..and I love the cover. I’ve never read anything by this author before but sounds like several have and enjoyed her work.
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  10. Okay, I’m definitely going to have to borrow this one!
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  11. Hmm, I hadn’t yet heard of this book, so I am glad to have read your review. It does sound like it would be an interesting read for me, so I will be looking for it. Thanks for the great review!
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  12. I am really looking forward to reading this book, so I’m glad to see you loved it!

  13. Beth is an amazing YA writer, but I was particularly tickled with the historical aspect of the book, which I was not expecting. I also loved the more subtle texture of the book. I guess I understood why Kephart didn’t give us more of William, but he was like a little beacon of light in the novel, wasn’t he? In my review (coming on the 27th) I called him a little blessing.
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  14. Another gorgeous review from you, Serena. Thank you. And thank you for your William-related nudge, too. I will admit to having written William’s entire story and then pulling it back, to keep the focus more closely tuned toward the sisters, to not distract readers with broader themes. I will admit, too, to hoping for an opportunity to write the sequel to Dangerous Neighbors, which would be told from William’s point of view.

  15. You were so fortunate to get this ARC. She is such a talented writer. I look forward to reading this one when it comes to my library!
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