By Ania Ahlborn
Andrew Morrison sacrificed everything—his youth, his schooling, and the woman of his dreams—to take care of his alcoholic mom. yet adequate is adequate, and now he’s decided to get out and stay his lifestyles. that implies buying and selling the domestic he grew up in for a rented room in the home of an outdated adolescence pal— either one of that are in sorry form.
The in simple terms factor worse than Drew’s squalid new digs and sullen new roommate is the envy he feels for the home round the corner: a picture-perfect suburban home directly out of Norman Rockwell, with a few satisfied owners to compare. however the higher familiar he will get along with his new neighbors—especially the candy and attractive Harlow Ward—the extra he suspects unspeakable darkness past the white wooden fence.
At the intersection of Blue Velvet and Basic Instinct lies The Neighbors, an insidiously exciting story of mental suspense and mounting terror by way of the boldest new grasp of the shape, Ania Ahlborn.