The Boy Next Door - Josie Lloyd, Emlyn Rees Reviews
Description:ISBN 0099414821 / Author: Josie Lloyd / Genre: Fiction / The Boy Next Door is the third offering from bestselling duo Josie Lloyd and ... more
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by - written on 24/06/02, updated on 01/07/02 (Useful, 141 readings)
I was really looking forward to reading this, the 3rd book done jointly by Josie LLoyd and Emlyn Rees. Unfortunately I was majorly disappointed. The story centres around Fred and Mickey who grew up together in the village of Rushton. Around 15 years on they bump into each other in London, Fred is about to get married and Mickey has been there and done that and has a 9 year old son Joe. The book progresses through them becoming friends again and both feeling the spark that was there when they had their first kiss with each other when they were around 12. Following the "His story/Her Story" format that is familiar in Josie and Emlyn's works we ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/03/02, updated on 01/05/02
I didn't read the book first written by Emlyn Rees and Josie Lloyd 'Come Together', so I didn't know what to expect from this novel 'The Boy Next Door'. I thoroughly enjoyed this book because it was shown from the boys and girls point of view, and it was strange to know how boys think about things and then girls, obviously the girl worrying more because we are all do. Anyway to get back to talking about the book. PLOT ____ Mickey Malone and Fred Roper grew up together in Rushton in the 70's/80's am not too sure what one again. They were very good friends but one day Fred moved a way and Mickey always wondered what had ... Read the complete review
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