"I thoroughly enjoyed
your sense of humor, wit, and subtle sarcasm, which was evident on every page. Some passages had me laughing outloud,
high praise indeed for someone who makes their living reading thousands of words a day."
-Rusty Fischer, Editor-
(Rusty has written over thirty books for
such reputable publishers as McGraw-Hill, Lebhar-Friedman Books, Mason Crest Publishers and Frank Schaffer Publications.)
By Randall Bowden
search for Chasing Echoes
Hey Dr. B, I’m about one third of the way through an exceptional
new book. It’s kinda weird, funny, interesting, compelling, wildly all over the place, yet highly focused, and thoroughly
enjoyable. Much like the author… J
This is a very funny book,
with dialogue that cracks me up. Great vacation reading or gift for someone with an irreverent sense of humor.
You’re in no danger of me asking for a refund! I love it!
This is a really funny book, especially the names and the dialogue.
Chasing Echoes is a Hit and a Hoot!
funny, and compelling character study. Follow the life of Davas as he stumbles through life in Brookside. Meet the people that you run
into everyday; Mr. C. Knyles (the "K" is silent), the man trying to tell you the same story he has been trying to tell you
for years now. He never will get to the point. Relax with a cup of herb tea, as your far out waitresses, April Showers
and Mae Flowers pad softly in their earth shoes across the natural, worn wood floors. Perhaps see a bit of yourself as one
attending the meeting of the CRAP group - Concerned Residents that Abhor Pandemonium. Dr. Randall
Bowden's first work of fiction is hilarious, compelling, all over the place, yet tightly focused. He
has captured a slice of everyone's life and put it on the table for examination.
Life is OK... crazy, but OK.