LOSING TOUCH is “grim, but worth the trip”

Now available in paperback, Kindle, and Nook formats.

Now available in paperback, Kindle, and Nook formats.

Andrew Nienaber, author of TRULY, DEEPLY DISTURBED and STZ, has written a four-star review of my novel, LOSING TOUCH:

Grim, but also lots of fun. Larsen has considered the details of quantum tunneling, and how such a power would effect a man down on his luck, and though the premise is fantasy, the story is very real. There’s a lot of heart to this book, and though it largely follows the “downward spiral” trope (things start of bad, and just keep getting worse), there’s a great and unexpected ending waiting on the other side.

Featuring a foreword by NY Times bestselling author Piers Anthony, LOSING TOUCH follows the exploits of Morgan Dunsmore, who discovers he can phase through solid matter while he’s sitting on the toilet.

He’s unemployed, his credit’s shot, and his marriage is growing stale and distant–but now that he can walk through walls? If you haven’t found out how it all winds up for Morgan, pick up the paperback or Kindle … and be sure to leave your own review.

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