2012 The Secret Teachings of the Next Door Neighbour

Rated 4.25/5 based on 8 reviews
Elodie has spent her entire life preparing for this moment .... Winter Solstice 2012.
But when secret agents arrive at her door she is forced to entrust the mission to her clueless neighbour Paul.
In the midst of a marital crisis and hopelessly infatuated with Elodie, he has no idea that he's about to become the most wanted man in Europe. More
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Reviews of 2012 The Secret Teachings of the Next Door Neighbour by Frauke and Simon Lewer

I. Readalot reviewed on July 9, 2014

I don't normally read this genre but found this interesting. The plot is good and characterization is good also. Editing is pretty good but could use another pass.
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Loretta Miles Tollefson reviewed on May 7, 2014

I had a little trouble getting into this book, but once I was past the first couple chapters, I was hooked. A fun read with some interesting ideas!
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claus olsen reviewed on Dec. 30, 2012

I liked this story a lot. Couldn't put it down. Fast pace.
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redhot silvermachine, Jr reviewed on Sep. 23, 2012

This book was an amazing read, could not put it down. It combines science fiction, conspiracy theory and adventure. Excellent thought invoking and loaded with legend and action. Thumbs up!!!
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hildegard liebich reviewed on April 10, 2012

Great story, good characters, very enjoyable from beginning to end. I could not put the book down till I knew the ending.Bravo!
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alphie samson reviewed on April 7, 2012

I am interested in the whole 2012 'thing' which is why I chose to read this book.
I didn't put the book down. Beautiful, uplifting, magical.. I cried real tears of joy at the ending.
Anyone who has an interest in 2012 and/or the future of humanity should definitely read this book 10/10 and the rest!
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B.J. Price reviewed on April 7, 2012

Fast paced, gripping, new age action.
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Sarah Hill reviewed on April 1, 2012
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I too am interested in the 2012 topic. I really enjoyed this and couldn't put this down as I had to find out what happened.
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Kevin Basil reviewed on Aug. 28, 2011

I enjoyed this novel. The topic of 2012 really interests me and I have done a lot of research on it. This story brings a refreshing twist to the mystery of 2012. I like novels that use more fact in them (it just makes it seem so much more real) but this novel skimmed the surface while keeping me engaged in a race-against-time type of story. The characters were well thought out (I enjoyed seeing Paul progress through the stoy) and the story flowed great. Some authors fill countless pages with too much detail and I find myself skimming pages. Others don't include enough and leave too much for the imagination. These two treaded the fine line between the two, keeping me wrapped up in the story while leaving something to the imagination.

I will give one piece of constructive criticism because, as a fellow author, I know the importance of it. There were a good bit of editorial issues that appear to have been overlooked. I also didn't enjoy the foreign language parts. It left me confused and feeling left out.

All in all though, I enjoyed this book!
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