Norah Vincent's Novel Thy Neighbor

Monday, August 06, 2012

Norah Vincent discusses her first novel, Thy Neighbor. The story is about a 34-year-old man who is obsessed with understanding the circumstances surrounding his parents’ deaths 13 years earlier. He begins spying on his neighbors via hidden cameras and microphones, making him privy to all the strange, sad, and terrifying things that his neighbors do to themselves and to one another.


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Comments [1]

jgarbuz from Queens

Gee whiz, learned something new: everything is an illusion! Duh! No kidding! The real truth is, that reality SUCKS! Love, childeen,family, friends, it's all baloney! It all passes. Go to any old age home and see how many couples there are. Look at how few people come to visit, and how rarely they do. Look, the truth is, you're born alone, you die along, and everything in between is an illusion, or delusion. Video games are the only things that are real. You control control your avatar, and you shoot, kill and die, and start again :) Reality sucks.Virtual reality ROCKS! That's why more and more kids are into video games. Kids are smart.

Aug. 06 2012 12:58 PM

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