Once upon a time there was a phone that didn’t ring. Nobody called the phone. The phone was lonely. It would be happy if someone would call. It had been such a long time. It didn’t matter who. It could even be someone who called the wrong number by accident.
This story is about a phone that wants to be called. It wants to held by a hand and rubbed against a cheek and feel a warm breath on its body. The phone that did not ring is a simple, sad and funny story about loneliness, underlining its uneventfulness by showing the same doodle image of the phone on each of its forty-eight pages.