Both funny and touching.
I Never Said I Love You is one of the most electric, enchanting, engrossing and energising memoirs of self-harm, self-loathing, grief, eating disorders, suicide - and sex - that you will read.
Indecently entertaining... one of the most uplifting and eccentric memoirs I have ever read.
This mind-blowingly wonderful memoir had me convulsing with laughter even while my heart was breaking. It's utterly effing BEAUTIFUL.
I found myself blindsided by this extraordinary book ... I was deeply moved by its capacity both to depict pain, and offer consolation. I loved it, and won't ever forget it.
Brutally honest and relentlessly funny.
Both unputdownable and beautifully-written, bracing and consoling. A book that tackles mental health and the darkest things with razor-sharp wit and mordant laughs aplenty ... read this.
Touching, funny, wildly readable ... Look out for it.
No one writes better, or more sweetly, about how it feels to feel. Even the darkest times are shot through with glorious, bright beams of wit.
It's honest and funny (and beautifully painful and brutal at times), but also - oh goodness - it's so elegant. The writing is graceful and kind, even when it hurts a little to remember it's a memoir.
Equal parts hilarious and heartbreaking. What an absolutely riveting read.
Heartbreaking, funny, raw, brave and - yes! - even better than the egg thing.
I have always loved Rhik Samadder's writing. And now there's a whole book!
A stunning memoir about grief and love, about vulnerability and the strength required to embrace it... this book will have its hooks in me for a long time yet.