‘Neither siblings nor neighbors, he and Cheryl grew up together—each the other’s witness and confidant… She saw his chin and his eyebrow piercing before he even did.’ In Hello Everybody, A.M. Homes shows that when you’re young, when your world is sheltered and your options for exploration limited, even a visit to a friend’s house becomes an anthropological expedition; each family, an as-yet unknown tribe.In Whose Story is it and Why is it Always on her Mind? Homes explores the nature of therapy and trauma through the generations.
by A.M. Homes
by Lucy Atkins
by Eliza Kennedy
by Josh Malerman
by Karen Joy Fowler
"Two intriguing short stories from the winner of the Women’s Prize for Fiction
‘A. M. Homes is a masterful dissector of modern American life.’ OBSERVER on May We Be Forgiven"
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