LOSING TOUCH is a “thoroughly entertaining first novel”

Frank Errington has posted a review of my novel LOSING TOUCH on his website, Frank Michaels Errington’s Horrible Book Reviews, giving it 4.5 out of five stars:

Now available in paperback, Kindle, and Nook formats.

Now available in paperback, Kindle, and Nook formats.

It all starts when Morgan Dunsmore falls off, or should I saythrough, his toilet. Larsen has honed his skills with the short story format over the years and it shows.  Even though LOSING TOUCH is set in the world of the fantastic, the characters themselves are real, down to earth, as evidenced in this conversation between Morgan and his wife, Corrine. 

‘Hand me my robe.’  Corrine took off her towel and wrapped it around her head.  ‘It’s the principal of the thing.  Besides, I want to be home in time to pick up the kids.  You have a honey-do list as long as my arm–starting with replacing the broken foot on our washer.  Keep putting it off and it’s going to get up and walk away the next time it hits a spin cycle.  Now stop looking at my boobs and hand me my robe.’

I can actually hear my wife and I having such a conversation.

It’s true, that LOSING TOUCH requires the suspension of disbelief, but I found it easy to do, with the possible exception of the Chicago Bears making the playoffs.  That I found nearly impossible to believe…

Read the rest of the review here. If you haven’t gotten your copy yet, click here for paperback, here for eBook, or come to Iannelli Studios in Park Ridge on October 26th between 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. for Homegrown Horrorfest 2014 and a signed copy after the reading.

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