The legendary Deep Thoughts and New Yorker humorist Jack Handey is back with his very first novel - a hilarious, absurd, far-flung adventure tale. "Are you a fan of books in which famous tourist destinations are re-purposed as unlivable hellholes for no particular reason? Jack Handey's exotic tale is full of laugh-out-loud twists. A reliably unreliable narrator and his friend, who is some other guy, need to get out of town. They have a taste for adventure, so they pay a visit to a relic of bygone days - a travel agent - and discover an old treasure map."
"Dry. Incoherent. Hilarious."
"Name Calling" by George Packer; "Let's Go: Libel" by Jeffrey Toobin; "Minority Retort" by Elsa Walsh; "What I'd Say to the Martians" by Jack Handey; "The Dawn Patrol" by Ken Auletta; and "Loners" by David Denby.
"Alternative Realities" by George Packer; "Safe as Houses?" by James Surowiecki; "Southern Discomfort" by Peter Boyer; "My First Day in Hell" by Jack Handey; "Snook" by Ian Frazier; "Body Language" by Sasha Frere-Jones; and "Battle Fatigue" by David Denby.
"Mr. Independent" by George Packer; "Hedge Clipping" by John Cassidy;"My Nature Documentary" by Jack Handey; "Promises, Promises" by Ken Auletta; "His Dark Materials" by Joyce Carol Oates; "Unbound" by Sasha Frere-Jones; and "Do No Harm" by David Denby.