|"Self loathing was never so funny, and Sarvas''s depiction of his downward-spiraling anti-hero is spot-on."--"Los Angeles Magazine |
"In this critically acclaimed novel, Harry Rent finds himself single and lost after the passing of his wife. Although numbed by his life''s unexpected turn, Harry becomes fixated on Molly, an obsidian-haired, twenty-two-year-old waitress. Meanwhile, Harry is forced to fend off Clare, his sister-in-law, who is convinced that Harry is somehow responsible for her sister''s untimely death. At once deeply moving and darkly comedic, "Harry, Revised "is an extraordinary novel about the measure of a man''s worth, by a wonderful, emerging talent.