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Het laatste testament van de bijbel

James Frey (author), Mario Molegraaf (translator)

Het laatste testament van de bijbel

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Title
Het laatste testament van de bijbel
Author
James Frey
Translator
Mario Molegraaf
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
The final testament of the Holy Bible
Edition
1
Publisher
Amsterdam: Prometheus, 2011
319 p.
ISBN
9789044618006 (paperback)

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Availability in Flemish libraries

More than 50 times in Flemish libraries

About James Frey

James Frey (born September 12, 1969) is an American writer and businessman. His first two books, A Million Little Pieces (2003) and My Friend Leonard (2005), were bestsellers marketed as memoirs. Large parts of the stories were later found to be exaggerated or fabricated, sparking a media controversy. His 2008 novel Bright Shiny Morning was also a bestseller.

Frey is the founder and CEO of Full Fathom Five. A transmedia production company, FFF is responsible for the young adult adventure/science fiction series "The Lorien Legacies" of seven books written by Frey and others, under the collective pen name Pittacus Lore. Frey's first book of the series, I Am Number Four (2010), was made into a feature film by DreamWorks Pictures.

Early life

Frey was born in Cleveland, Ohio. He is a Denison University alumnus, a history major from the class of 1992.

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