Frank Lee

Frank Lee

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Born 9 feet tall to the wealthiest family in the Republic of Texas, Frank Lee endures a jealous stepmother and home-schooling by a heretic and soon finds himself exiled to Mexico. Pursued from continent to continent for three decades by natural disaster and a growing pack of enemies, Frank lands in Hollywood where his odyssey gets turned into a box office hit. Exploiting his celebrity to champion populist causes and rebellion against the 1%, Frank gets invited to address the United Nations, at which point the truth of what's been driving events all along finally emerges. Frank Lee is an around-the-globe lampoon of the modern age full of horny pirates and crazy philosophers, secret societies and lesbian anarchists, religious nuts and diamond mines, tsunamis and hallucinations, with special appearances by the Dalai Lama and Karl Rove. An advance review described the novel as Big Fish meets more

Product details

  • Paperback | 252 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 13mm | 340g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1514781247
  • 9781514781241

About Jeffrey Seeds

Jeffrey Seeds has worked as a teacher, filmmaker, and internet producer prior to publishing this novel. He speaks four languages and has spent 12 years of his adult life outside the United States in Seoul, Kyoto, Norfolk, Liverpool, Paris, and more

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