Hello Friend We Missed You is Richard Owain Roberts’ debut novel, and continues the characteristic bleak yet humorous style found in his previous short story collection. It’s a poignant and emotive reflection on loneliness, guilt, and personal trauma. Despite its stripped-back format, Roberts is able to perfectly capture the nihilism and pop-culture of the adult […]
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