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988) Tom Hughes
Rentz, GA USA
Mr. McCammon,
Being on the cusp of 50 yrs old, I hate to come across as a too much of a fanboy. However, I have enjoyed your stories since I was a teenager. Some of your books like Swan Song (better than King's Stand) and the Wolf's Hour have even received multiple readings. I thought we'd lost you after Boy's Life and Gone South. I was pleasantly surprised to see you're applying your talents again and will seek out your more recent works. Can't wait.

Always a fan,

Wednesday, September 14, 2016 at 12:57
986) Angel Ocasio
Rowlett, TX USA
I read Baal, They Thirst, Swang Song, Stinger, Bethany Sin's, Wolf's Hour, and I love them all! I'm currently reading Night Boat, order the sequel to Wolf hour, The Boarder, Mystery Walk.
Tuesday, August 16, 2016 at 10:27
985) George DeStefano
West Hempstead, NY USA
Over the last few months I've read (in order) Boy's Life, Mine, Usher's Passing, Gone Soutg, the Night Boat, Stinger and today I finished Swan Song.... I will read them all. But I just wanted to take this opportunity to say WOW! and THANKS! and I'm so happy I picked up a copy of Boy's Life in my local thrift store (I read the tag line by Peter Straub and thought hmmm I'll try this out- boy was Peter right!) anyhow, Robert, you're amazing and just wanted to tell you that. I have a copy of Mystery Walk at home that's next... Can't wait!
Friday, August 12, 2016 at 12:08
983) Mary Ann Toennisson
Norris, TN USA
I love your Corbett books. Just finished Mr Slaughter. But, why is The Providence Rider so expensive? I have purchased the rest of the series, but not Rider. Any hope of a new printing to drop the price
Friday, July 15, 2016 at 16:09
982) Debbie Martinez
Orange, Texas USA
Hello Mr. McCammon,
I was so sad to read the forward for "Gone South". I can't believe that "Boy's Life" was disappointing to some folks. I can't remember when I so enjoyed a book as when I was treated to "Boy's Life". It's not often that I stray from my usual author loyalty (Stephen King) but I'm so happy that I did with this book. It was like watching a movie that I never wanted to end from the first page to the last. I have it as and audio book and I have enjoyed it more with every listen. Please don't let the response from readers that might have been expecting your usual genre, keep you from writing more novels like this one. S.K. may be known for horror, but ever so often he gives me that "slice of life" story that I come back to again and again.... Just like you did with this one. I pray that God will bless you to be happy again, and that a very talented screen writer will read this book and make a movie that will become a beloved classic like "The Yearling". Take care,

Monday, June 06, 2016 at 15:18
980) Robert Bak
Rapid City, South Dakota USA
Thanks for the many hours of reading pleasure, thanks again
Friday, April 08, 2016 at 13:06
978) David Bain
Glasgow, UK
Does anyone know when the special edition Boys Life is due for release
Monday, March 28, 2016 at 03:48
977) Dallas Akers
Bluefield, West Virginia USA
Robert, I just wanted to say thank you. Thank you, for the countless hours of pleasure you have brought to me with your work. Thank you, for pulling me out of a dark chapter of my life & showing me there was hope ahead. As an aspiring writer you have inspired me to no end. You have touched my life and left a positive imprint upon it, and for that I am forever grateful. Your work means more to us than you will ever know, and I simply can not thank you enough. I appreciate this guest book as well, and the opportunity to finally say thank you after all these years. Thank you, so very much.


Saturday, March 26, 2016 at 17:10
976) Glenn Taylor
Allison Park, Pennsylvania USA
Robert, I just read the five, it was just a magnificent book, I really loved it. I have already read Usher's passing, a Boy's Life and Gone South and will read all of the rest. Thank you and keep writing!!!
Friday, March 18, 2016 at 14:41
975) Thomas Ausnehmer
Streetsboro, Ohio USA
dude , I love you . but I have all your books except the freakin QUEEN OF BED LAM !I only collect hard cover , but for some reason , this one is crazy expensive to buy ! I will pay any real price , but $172 ? really ? I love you but ... can't you find an old copy around , sign it and send it out to me ? not asking for free , just a fair price . thank you
Saturday, March 05, 2016 at 21:07
974) S Clop
Hoover, Alabama USA
An insurance agent recommended Boy's Life; I am so very glad I took his advice and read it! That was the first time. I've now read it 3 times, and will surely go back to it again. I think it will be one of the classics of Southern literature. Our book club was unanimous in loving it. We all felt like we knew the town and its characters so well. Thank you!
Tuesday, February 23, 2016 at 19:06
972) Jon P
Hey, there, Robert.

With all the influential artists dying lately, I realized that all the outpouring of love that they get after their death doesn't really do them much good. So I'm tracking down the artists I really admire and enjoy to let them know that I do admire and enjoy them while they're still alive.

So, if you read this, thank you for Boy's Life and The Five; they're two of my favorite books. (Especially BL.) Your writing has given me hours of enjoyment and not a few moments to think about after the books went away. Thank you for that!

Tuesday, January 19, 2016 at 19:31
969) Jeff B
Billings, MT USA
I read Speaks the Nightbird this past summer and loved it. I picked up Queen, Swan Song, and They Thirst to read. I have every confidence of luxuriating in the same high-quality prose. You are a gift to us, sir.
Monday, November 30, 2015 at 20:41
967) Skye Milliman
Interlaken, NY USA
Dear Mr. Mccammon, (I hope you do look at your guestbook occasionally) My name is Skye, I am a recently retired female construction worker in Interlaken rereading Boys Life, and saw the mention of Rod Serling in the afterword. He was a huge influence on me as well. He is buried in Lakeview Cemetery two miles from my house. If you like, I will pay him a visit for you, leave a token of some kind.
Friday, July 17, 2015 at 11:28
965) Patti Davis
Lexington, North Carolina USA
"And every little bit of smoothing helps, in this rough old world that wants children to be miniature adults, devoid of charm and magic and the beauty of innocence." Such truer words were never spoken. Thank you for helping me to recapture the magic of my youth.
Monday, July 06, 2015 at 10:11
964) Steve Stammet
Aurora, CO USA
Swan Song was soooo epic! Read it twelve times (literally) also love Wolf's Hour! You are an influence to me as an aspiring author; so glad to have read your works, and hope to continue doing so for many timeless years to come.
Wednesday, July 01, 2015 at 15:44
963) Bill Kraus
Spokane , WA. USA
Been a Fan for several Years. Your Work has been a Joy to read. The Border is so good I cannot put it down. Best Wishes for your continued Success.
Wednesday, June 17, 2015 at 16:12
962) Mark Pace
Midland, Texas USA
Have just finished "The Border".I have read most of your books and am an avid fan. Did notice that you placed Area 51 in New Mexico instead of Nevada? Missed by the editor ?
I eagerly await the next Mathew Corbett adventure!
Thank you for sharing your stories!

Monday, June 15, 2015 at 20:55
961) Christine Pautot
Sutherlin, Oregon USA
I read all your earlier works, more than once. Of course Swan Song being my favorite. And then I waited & waited and waited some more, many years.
And finally here you are. Now I can read read & read. Oh thankyou so much...


Friday, June 05, 2015 at 19:29
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