|Waco, TX USA||
I'm a fan of Matthew Corbett so I went to Books A Million to see if they had it. They had it under "Science Fiction!" You might want to tell them to put it with the other Matthew Corbett books which they have under Fiction and Literature.|
Thursday, July 01, 2010 at 17:57
|Clanton, AL USA||
Happily stumbled upon your book "Boy's Life" in the local library -- I have to read large print due to an eye disease and was delighted when I started turning the pages... I lived with you in that small town while those pages turned and knew the joy and sadness with each chapter. Thank you, truly, for a wonderful read.|
Saturday, June 26, 2010 at 20:07
You will probably never read this, but I want to tell you just how much I love your writing. I have only read two of your books (Boy's Life and Swan Song) but I have loved every page and every minute of reading. You have quickly become my favorite author and I am planning on reading all of your books. I absolutely love your writing. There are truly very few people who have a way with words like you do. I honestly cannot praise your writing enough. Thank you so much for all of the writing that you have done.
Friday, June 25, 2010 at 20:04
Hello Mr.MacCammon, I read your "Blue World" which was translated into Japanese and was totally facsinated by all of the amazing stories. Especially I love "Chico", "Night Calls the Green Falcon", "The Red House" and "Blue World". I really loved the last two. |
Since I thought it would be great to see "Blue World" adapted to the screen while reading it, I am now very excited to hear that the film project has camed back. I am dying to watch it!! I live in Japan but I will do everything I can do to watch it. Thank you.
Monday, June 21, 2010 at 10:17
|hot springs, ark. USA||
I am reading "swan song" for the third time. Why hasn't this book been made into a movie? It' perfect for the times! I love this book!|
Sunday, June 20, 2010 at 13:53
|montgomery, al USA||
I have read most of your books. Have loved them all. Am really enjoying the Mathew Corbett series. However, "Boy's Life" is without a doubt the best book I have ever read. First read it in 2002 and cried about Rebel and the return home(don't want to say too much for those who haven't read it). Reread it last week while on vacation and again cried. Growing up in Alabama I was transported to the summer vacations of my youth. Thanks so much!|
Wednesday, June 16, 2010 at 10:20
|fernley , nv USA||
ok i wish the big people in l.a. should maked swan song a movie. swan song is my fave book in all time. i would pay any thing to see that book as a movie, but onley id thay maed it just like the book and as long lol. so PLZ get some one to make swan song a movie.
Monday, June 14, 2010 at 23:39
|Fairfield, CA USA||
I am rereading Swan Song 20 years later. It is still as wonderful as it was then. Thank you.|
Tuesday, June 01, 2010 at 21:00
|Quispamsis, New Brunswick Canada||
Hello! I have to say I was so happy to learn that there was a trilogy devoted to Matthew Corbett. I starting reading your books when I was in high school and have read all of them. My personal favorites are Boys Life and Usher's Passing. Boys Life is on my top 10 list of best books I have ever read. Swan Song was amazing too! When will Mister Slaughter be available in paperback?? I am three quarters of the way through reading The Queen of Bedlam. Always want to know what is happening with Matthew!|
Don't ever stop writing novels!
Thursday, May 27, 2010 at 15:15
|St.Catharines Ontario Canada, Ontario Canada Canada||
Dear Sir.You do indeed show original thought with your novels.I do assume most Canadians enjoy your most creative abilities along with myself.May success be your most constant companion ,From Canada..Robert Taylor|
Wednesday, May 26, 2010 at 20:28
|Dudley , Mass. USA||
I've read most all you books and have loved them all in different ways. I buy many as gifts for my friends because they're so special to me. I want to share them but don't want to give up mine. Please do not stop writing-I look forward to your next one!|
Sunday, May 02, 2010 at 08:41
|lakewood, wa USA||
I've worn out 3 different Swan Song books. Each one being read at least 6 times each.I haven't read them all, but several, and love them all.|
Friday, April 30, 2010 at 13:33
|Clarkston, Michigan USA||
After nearly 20 years since my first reading of Boy's Life, I returned to Zephyr, Alabama to hang out with Cory Mackenson. Together, we rode our bikes down the same old streets and talked to familiar characters. I realized that Boy's Life is a time machine. I was 12 again. Nothing had changed. I certainly won't wait 20 years for my next visit. Robert, thank you, for an incredible journey.|
Saturday, April 24, 2010 at 10:58
|Park Ridge, New Jersey USA||
Thank you for all the wonderful adventures. The first of your books that I ever picked up was 'The Night Boat'. It was perfect. Since then I've have gone out of my way to pick up everything you've written. 'Boy's Life' is hands down my favorite. I've lost count as to how many times I've read it. All the best.|
Friday, April 23, 2010 at 13:31
||THe Brothers Marcus|
|Los Angeles, CA USA||
HOWL!!!! Michael Gallatin lives -- and so does the WOLF'S HOUR! Not only does it appear that NEW LITERARY ADVENTURES await... but MAJOR FILM news is on the way... :0)- |
This has been a labor of love for the dynamic screenwriting duo of the Brothers Marcus... and trust us --
No McCammon WILL be disappointed...
Wednesday, April 21, 2010 at 11:31
|Tucson, AZ USA||
Mr, McCammon... I want to say four words to you that I know will resonate. I really hope you read your guest book, because these four little words are something I do want you to know.|
You made me write.
Your work has been one of the great influences on my own, and I thank you from the bottom of my heart. You are no 'poor man's Stephen King'... you are one of the greats.
Again, thank you, keep writing, and may the Most High bless you.
Thursday, April 15, 2010 at 14:36
|Invercargill, Southland New Zealand||
Hey Mr McCammon,|
Just wanted to say thanks for your books, I love them. Well I've only read four so far (Boys life, Swan song, Speaks the Nightbird and Queen of Bedlam) but they've been four of the best reads I've ever come across. Am currently working through Wolfs Hour. What amazing diversity among your titles. Good stuff and keep em coming, I trust you.
PS: So far I love the Corbett books the best, looking forward to Mr Slaughter.
Wednesday, April 14, 2010 at 05:10
|Cincinnati, oh USA||
Swansong,I have read and reread,and loaned it out.Such detail,I read it like a movie in my mind.Loved This Boys Life.|
Saturday, April 10, 2010 at 10:59
||Juan Carlos Corona|
|Mexico D.F., DF Mexico||
Hace aņos lei el canto del cisne en espaņol, quede atrapado de la historia y de la narrativa, lo lei 3 veces, por desgracia el libro se me extravio, snif, mi hija actualmente tiene 15 aņos, desde los 10 es asidua lectora, antes de eso, yo le despertaba el interes contandole las historias de los libros que leia, una de esas primeras historias que despertaron el hambre literaria fue precisamente el canto del cisne, por desgracia la editorial que lo emitio Martinez Roca se esfumo, comprando los derechos Editorial Planeta, pero no de todos lo libros de Martinez Roca, desde hace aņos busco en librerias de libros usados aqui en Mexico, en internet, una version en espaņol del canto del cisne, no se si me puedan ayudar a conseguir comprado, en medio fisico o digital, gracias, mi correo es firstname.lastname@example.org|
Thursday, April 08, 2010 at 14:24
|Pahrump, Nevada USA||
Wow and wow. I discovered you years ago when I was a teenager, my first story was Swan Song. I just finished re-reading Boy's Life and even as I tried to describe it to my husband I realized I sounded stupid. Here I am a 34 year old woman and I love your story about a 12 year old boy! Zephyr is pure magic! Thank you, thank you for the times you have taken me to a better place! I have several of your books in my permanent collection, and I am always looking at the bookstore for more. Time to find The Wolf's Hour again, I lent it to a friend and never got it back. That one was given to me by my grandfather who never read anything but war stories! I bet he was surprised! I have started to slowly introduce my children to you, and I hope they have as much pleasure as I do in reading your stories.|
Tuesday, April 06, 2010 at 17:45