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Richard returned to his home town after the Vietnam War. He’s lived his life there for the past thirty years. His friends and townspeople see the helpful, friendly, loving, and caring man. However, it’s what’s on the inside that’s not evident. Richard is haunted with tragic memories of his time in Vietnam.
He and Jillian are neighbors. They’ve each live in the same house they grew up in. Unbeknownst to Jillian, she has been the love of Richard’s life for as long as he can remember. Jillian loves Richard too, in a best friend kind of way. He’s the person Jillian relies on when times are bad, good, and everything in between. He’s always been there—ice cream and spoon in hand.
Still plagued by the past, there are times when Richard is consumed with depression and anger. Will Richard ever reach the other side of this never ending nightmare? Will he find the strength to finally confess his undying love to Jillian, or have the demons of the past come to stay?
I truly loved Richard’s story. If you haven’t read Richard’s Relics pick it up today. It will make you cry, laugh, and hope for this man’s happy ending.
Wonderful job Grace! Thank you for sharing your writing talent with us!
Richard is much like a lot of depressed people, they're fine on the outside, they put on a front for people. I've been like this much of my life. My motto has always been 'fake it until you make it'. This is Richard, he is tormented on the inside and Augustine was able to capture this so well.
It's not all sad and gloomy, it will make you laugh too, this is a five star read and one I recommend to everyone for sure.