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Cameron is an able storyteller, and his command allows the prose to flow simply and beautifully; here, most every word counts. Adam's often hilarious wit and Caroline's recalcitrance are sharply drawn, descriptions are in crisp relief, and Cameron gives us many reasons to smile: "Pete stood there for a moment, as if he were deciding, trying to think of a reason why he must stay with them, but he was not clever enough, and so of course he had to leave." The City of Your Final Destination is a refreshing look at the impact of desire and love on quirky, elegantly drawn characters. --Michael Ferch --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This was a good read, nicely written and engaging. The characters are intriguing and I was engrossed from the first few pages!Published 16 days ago by Elyzabetta
Loved this movie! The beautiful backdrop of the movie, the actors, everything, especially the music was supurb. So I bought the book. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Ayden John
A novel that examines the way life really works rather than the fairy tale we hope it will be. Honest, well written and very enjoyable with relatable and interesting characters. Read morePublished 2 months ago by HimawariFlo
This is a magical novel, in the best sense. Peter Cameron's spare, beautifully crafted novel both takes you away and brings you home with an ending that, indeed, brings it's... Read morePublished 5 months ago by fanfare
If your tastes run to British writers, Peter Cameron is the author for you -- although he is not British, but American. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Bookworm
This book handles the intricacies of human interaction perfectly. The characters are well written and the dialogue is executed flawlessly. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Roberto Carlos Garcia
Cameron is a talented writer and I really enjoyed his writing style in this novel. The story itself has a good premise and the characters are well fleshed out. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Windsofnirvana
What can I say? The characters have no depth. The dialogue is gibberish. The plot is boring. Don't bother with this onePublished 14 months ago by P. J. Milburn
What I love most about Peter Cameron's novels is that when I begin reading one, I never know where it's going to go (aside from whatever info is on the cover). Read morePublished on May 21, 2012 by Margling