Richard Godwin

Tower Tales

Ten Storey Love Song


Faber & Faber 296pp £10.99 order from our bookshop

In 2007, Faber published an attention-grabbing debut novel called Apples, a read-in-a-day tale of adolescent angst and ecstasy written by young Middlesbrough resident Richard Milward. I am so confident you will like it, I shall allow you to break off now and read it without delay. I will still be here when you’ve finished.

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