A Good Place to Live: America's Last Migration

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H. Holt and Company, Jan 1, 1997 - Travel - 432 pages
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After living for twenty years in a picture-book New England town, Terry Pindell sensed something missing in his community and set out to find it. What he soon discovered was that he was participating in a widespread contemporary phenomenon. In this book, brings us to sixteen of his favorite places as he talks to the people who are re-creating communities with a heart, a focal point, and a strong, unique often idiosyncratic sense of place.

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User Review  - Charles R. Scott - Goodreads

Careful. If you read this book, you are likely to want to move to another town. Read full review

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User Review  - Kimberly - Goodreads

A little out of date to be an effective guide in judging these small to mid-sized cities(the Rodney King riots are discussed throughout the book as contemporaneous with the author's travels). It would ... Read full review

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