Frankie is an ordinary Philosophy student from Birmingham until he receives an unexpected visit from the Home Office.
Facing the threat of deportation to a small South American country he has never been to before, there seems to be no fighting the hostile environment of pre-Brexit Britain.
However, the intervention of an idealistic revolutionary gives Frankie the opportunity to change the destiny of an oppressed minority and stop his imminent expulsion. All he needs to do is a small bit of burglary, keep the secret from his new girlfriend, and stop his argumentative flatmates from killing each other and ruining his scheme in the process!
This satirical take on modern Britain explores themes of identity, politics, greed, and relationships. Frankie’s attempts to find his place in his own country will resonate with anyone who has spent the past decade shaking their head or rolling their eyes at the news.Meet the Author
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