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It's well written, the pace is good and all the characters are vivid.
I usually don't like books with too many characters, as I tend to lose track of who is who, but Mr. Dilloway has a gift for creating memorable characters.
Patrick Dilloway weaves an intricate tale of loss and love in all its many forms.
A 4-star rating for "Where You Belong" by Patrick Dilloway. This novel details the life experiences of a Frost Deveraux into his mid-30s and his relationship with the Maguire... Read morePublished 20 months ago by Neil in Morgan Hill
Not only did I think that the story was a little weird but what ever happened to correct grammar? It is ironic that the character is an editor and supposedly proof reads... Read morePublished on January 3, 2013 by Eva G.
This book is a rare find.
The author, Mr. Dilloway, has woven a beautiful narrative through the often troubled life of Frost Devereaux. Read more
Except maybe Frost,the main character. Although the novel is written from Frost's point of view, I found him a little ho-hum. As for the people in his life...WOW! Read morePublished on April 7, 2011 by Jo Banks
WHERE YOU BELONG is a bildungsroman featuring Frost Devereaux, a scarred (literally) protagonist who is orphaned at a young age, slowly evolves personally and professionally,... Read morePublished on November 19, 2009 by Ethan Cooper