HugoSF

Holden Caulfield meets Thomas Pynchon in this sumptuous paean to paying the rent. HugoSF chronicles the coming into life of a young salesman at the start of the 21st Century. Relayed from the landscape of a very contemporary San Francisco, it is a cautionary tale of truth, work and economics during an era in which nothing is truly as it seems. More

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Language: English
ISBN: 9781465918529
About Jeffrey Hannan

After fourteen Fellini-esque years in its grip, Jeffrey Hannan fled the internet industry for the wilds of Puna, Hawai'i to start a tea farm. He lives there and in San Francisco and writes under the moniker, ‘A Gentle Iconoclast in Paradise’.

HugoSF is his second novel. The first is in a safe deposit box; it will be mined of any useful material and then burned.

A former book reviewer for the Gay and Lesbian Times, he was raised outside of Washington, DC and studied at Virginia Tech, Catholic University, San Francisco State, San Diego Mesa College, and San Diego City College. He eventually earned a BA in Literature/Writing (cum laude) from the University of California - San Diego, at which point he eschewed graduate school largely due to factors of fatigue and poverty, and to a lesser degree because of a poor understanding of politics. He remains bitter about having missed magna cum laude by a mere .05 but finds solace in pulling weeds and slumming at the beaches of fine hotels.

Jeffrey Hannan is on the web at http://jeffreyhannan.com.

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