A Message from Chow Non Phat
The story of my best friend, Hector Klumpp, is worth telling. That’s why a native of Nibbling, Minnesota, Kit Klopp. who is a good friend and also a relative of Hector’s, decided to tell it. And I’m also showing it to you so you can dive more deeply into my story.
You can download it for free from Scribd. It’s called…
Kit is still working on it, but you can download the latest draft from that link.
In the novel you’ll hear the story of how I got my assignment, how I first came to America as a spy with Paula during the Obama administration, how I met Hector, how I saved Hector’s life (at least that’s how he sees it), and how I subsequently sent his life into upheaval when I was exposed as a spy.
You’ll see why we came back to America, and how Hector, Paula and I diverted my enemy Shih Tzu from an assassination attempt. But you’ll also learn why Paula and I had to flee into the Strange Uncharted Mountains. And why they sent Hector to jail in the Twin Peaks Supermax Prison.
That’s some of the events of Hector’s story, of which I play an integral role. But I think you’ll be most interested in Hector’s internal struggle. It’s the same struggle for Paula and me, for you’ll learn how Hector navigated the brutal waters of trying to find love and meaning in what we believe is an intrinsically meaningless world.