Butthole Surfers’ Gibby Haynes wrote a young adult novel and it sounds fantastically weird

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Gibby Haynes, frontman for legendary psych band the Butthole Surfers, penned a young grownup novel, “

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Me and Mr. Cigar

,” to be introduced in January. And no shock, it sound fantastically considerably fucking out. I cannot hold out to browse it. Here’s the description:

Seventeen-12 months-aged Oscar Lester is under no circumstances without having his canine, Mr. Cigar. The two have built a pretty superior lifestyle for themselves in North Texas, organizing drug-fueled dance get-togethers with Oscar’s finest pal, Lytle Taylor. The only actual grownup in Oscar’s lifetime is Carla Marks, protégé of his deceased father and the genius guiding the enigmatic IBC Corporation. (Oscar’s mother spends all of her time with her new boyfriend.) Carla does not approve of Oscar’s nefarious action, nevertheless his events present an great ecosystem to check-operate some of IBC’s additional freakish engineering. As for Oscar’s older sister, Rachel . . . she’s been long gone for the previous five several years, getting fled immediately after Mr. Cigar little bit off her hand.

But Oscar is familiar with that his pet dog is no menace. Mr. Cigar is a loyal protector: a supernatural creature that can specific revenge, communicate telepathically, and manipulate motor vehicle doors and windows with ease. So when Rachel—now twenty-two and an artist residing in New York—calls out of the blue and promises that she’s currently being held hostage, Oscar sees an chance to make issues ideal concerning them . . . at least till Carla Marks warns Oscar that Mr. Cigar’s daily life could possibly be in threat, way too.

Out of the blue Oscar finds himself on the operate with his doggy and his most effective friend. Collectively they race north to save Rachel and to flee the mysterious evil forces immediately after Mr. Cigar. Finally they explore that this dual quest could possibly untangle Oscar’s very own odd lifetime and expose the legitimate nature of Mr. Cigar’s existence.

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Me and Mr. Cigar(Amazon)

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