You Only Call When You’re in Trouble sparkles with McCauley’s signature style, maintaining a delicate balance between clever one-liners and profound reflections on life’s endings. The story raises poignant questions about what we leave behind, whether it’s our work, mistakes, or imperfect relationships. McCauley’s narrative captivates, leaving readers reluctant to part with his distinctive voice and sensibility.

In the post-holiday lull of the new year, McCauley’s novel proves a delightful escape, offering a steady mood lift akin to the effervescence of champagne bubbles. As the characters grapple with life’s twists, the novel’s sparkling prose provides a refreshing respite, making it a compelling read for those seeking both laughter and contemplation.

Olukorede Yishau

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