REVIEW – How Not to Die Alone by Richard Roper

“It was this kind of detail that stayed with him long afterward: odd little elements of a forgotten life…”

Oh how I loved this book! Andrew is a delightful character, reminiscent of Ove and Eleanor Oliphant.

This book was sad and hilarious and heartwarming. I love how Roper examines loneliness, family, friendship and loss in such a realistic, relatable way.

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