It's a story as old as time--or at least ten minutes. Boy meets girl. Boy loses girl. Boy loses job. Boy loses car. Boy loses mind and writes an awful novel about wizards and talking eyes. It's tragic, really...
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About the Author
Lou Morris has been an amusement park employee, an asbestos tester helper, a horse raceway snack bar cashier, a merry-go-round operator, a game store assistant manager, a knife salesman, an electronics store manager, a warehouse shift worker, a stay-at-home daddy, a security guard, an auto-glass installer and a government employee.
He still doesn't know what he wants to be when he grows up...
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Ten Minutes Late for Reality based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This book was crazy. While reading the first couple chapters, I was a little confused, not knowing what the book was really about. But soon, I realized that story had several different plot lines, some occurring in different dimensions. Knowing that these plot lines were going to converge at some point, I had to read on to see how this would happen. I loved all the different plot lines and was disappointed when the author would shift to another, because I was so attached to the one that I was currently reading. This book also had quite a collection of characters, each one more original than the next. I especially liked Mongo and Lucy. Mongo was such a wild card. I couldn't wait to see how he would fit into the climax. I also liked the three Restle brothers. I liked Lou Morris's writing style a lot. He is very funny. I would recommend this book to people who need a laugh or want to read something different. I can guarantee that you have never read a book like this before.