No Good Very Bad Asian

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Product Details

Price
$22.80
Publisher
C&r Press
Publish Date
Pages
250
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.5 X 0.56 inches | 0.7 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781936196999

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About the Author

Leland Cheuk is the author of the fiction book NO GOOD VERY BAD ASIAN (C&R Press, 2019).

Reviews

"A touching, funny tale of a Chinese American underachiever's unlikely journey into standup comedy while also navigating the duties and obligations of society and his traditional family. The comic yet poignant acts that make up the life of Sirius Lee will both entertain and haunt you."
-- Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan, author of Sarong Party Girls

"An epistolary novel with a devastating sense of humor that will break your heart and captures that space between a rock and hard place of being Asian American in search of unconditional love. Self-centered outcast, precocious megastar Sirius Lee (Hor Luk Lee) shares his life lessons with his daughter, making himself known to her with courage and candor in an appeal that will make you nod with recognition and laugh in that way that only the sharpest comedians can make you laugh, with tears in your eyes."
-- Jimin Han, author of A Small Revolution

"Leland Cheuk's No Good Very Bad Asian tears the tarp from the Asian American experience and exposes its deepest desires and fears. It articulates perfectly the amusements that make the entire room uncomfortable. Cringing never felt so good."
-- Ed Lin, author of 99 Ways to Die

"Leland Cheuk's wacky and wondrous novel follows Sirius Lee, the ultimate anti-hero, an Asian American comedian who overcomes all odds to become a star. With brio and humor, Sirius fights prejudice, substance abuse, and his own worst instincts, always striving for a world bigger than his own. By the last page, he was so real to me that I longed to turn on the TV and watch the legendary comedy special that gives the novel its name."
-- Kirstin Chen, author of Bury What We Cannot Take

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