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Reviewed by Maria Beltran for Readers' Favorite
Sebastian Behr is in the back of his pickup truck, suffering a hangover. He then starts recalling the events of the previous day. Just earlier he was enjoying his life, and all seemed well: a high paying job as an executive at a call center, good money, a beautiful wife, nice house – the works. And then all of a sudden he is plunged into a divorce, and he loses his job. Nothing could be worse for 40-year-old Sebastian. But things begin to get a little more disoriented and fun in one breath when he goes out to enjoy life with his bachelor friends – beer, late nights, and sex get him in and out of trouble from one adventure after another as he journeys to search again for himself.
When confusing times force a man to cope, it could mean a whirlwind ride as "Ten Toes Down" definitely proves. The book is a never-ending series of adventures. Getting into a man’s head, seeing what he thinks while handling the repercussions of divorce – Asher Conrad hits it right on the spot. It is a breath of fresh air to know that not all divorce stories are from the female perspective, and that it can be insightful without dropping the comedy, which makes it a great read. In addition, the characters have such depth to them, making them even more believable. Despite the nauseating circumstances and hangovers, readers can relate to, and root for Sebastian and his friends as they find out what it means to be good men.