Light bulbs talk to River Madden; God doesn't. When the homeless schizophrenic unintentionally fractures a dimensional barrier and accidentally steals a gym bag containing a million dollars, everyone from the multiverse police to the local crime boss-and an eight-foot tall demon-is after him. Can he dodge them long enough to correct his mistakes and prevent the destruction of three separate dimensions? If he succeeds, will the light bulbs stop singing off-key?
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Touching Madness was an excellent read. River is easy to relate to, and his unusual way of perceiving the world brings a unique voice to the story. He, and the rest of the cast, are interesting and engaging. I am very much looking forward to spending more time with the characters in the second installment, especially the Sootball. The plot is twisty, intriguing, and action packed but, thankfully, lacks the plot holes that so many books these days seem to feature. As I read the story, I found it difficult to catch my breath, and just when I thought things couldn't possibly get worse, they did. And yet, despite the action, suspense, and ever rising tension, I found myself quietly chuckling (and even laughing out loud) at the most unexpected moments. All in all, this book is definitely worth reading.