Lunatics / Dave Barry and Alan Zweibel.
Description: 309 p. ; 24 cm.
Publisher: New York : G. P. Putnam's Sons, c2012.
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|Summary:|| An uproarious tale told in alternating voices follows the stories of a pet shop owner and a curmudgeon who find themselves on the run from police, terrorists, and a pizza chain mascot. One character, Philip Horkman is a happy man, the owner of a pet store called The Wine Shop, and on Sundays a referee for kids' soccer. The other, Jeffrey Peckerman is the sole sane person in a world filled with goddamned jerks and morons, and he's having a really bad day. The two of them are about to collide in a swiftly escalating series of events that will send them running for their lives, pursued by the police, soldiers, terrorists, subversives, bears, and a man dressed as Chuck E. Cheese.
|Subject:||Pet shop owners > Fiction.
Fugitives from justice > Fiction.
New York (N.Y.) > Fiction.
Voyages and travels > Fiction.
Male friendship > Fiction.
Citation: Barry, Dave. "Lunatics." New York : G. P. Putnam's Sons, 2012.