Rhik is a writer, actor and broadcaster. He has a regular column with The Guardian and created their cult 'Inspect a Gadget' feature. He has written for The Observer, Men's Health and Prospect magazine, as well as being a guest, presenter and host on various radio shows. Rhik studied acting at Drama Centre London and appeared on HBO, BBC, ITV, C4 (credits including Coronation Street, Emmerdale and Doctors) as well as a lead role with the RSC.
Brutally honest and relentlessly funny. - Adam Kay, author of 'This is Going to Hurt'Both touching and funny. - TelegraphI found myself blindsided by this extraordinary book. It's funny, of course, and laceratingly frank; but the prose is exceptionally stylish, it is erudite and wise, and I was deeply moved by its capacity both to depict pain, and offer consolation. I loved it, and won't ever forget it. - Sarah PerryA brilliant memoir full of gasp-inducing honesty about depression and family and taking control of your own pain. Funny, sad, hopeful, I Never Said I Loved You is an irresistible, strangely empowering read. - Matt Haig, author of Reasons To Stay AliveProfound, funny and completely heartbreaking - Christie Watson, author of The Language of KindnessLaugh-out-loud hilarious and devastatingly sad. It's some of the bravest and most honest writing I've ever read - Nathan Filer, author of The Shock of the FallI Never Said I Loved You is a work of art. It's as wrenching as it is funny, and I desperately want to hang out with his mum now - Stuart Heritage, author of Don t Be a Dick, PeteBoth 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. - Sharlene Teo, author of Ponti