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Skank Ape City

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by: Tony Arnold
Books with a 4 star rating  (4)
Publication Date: August 22, 2021
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 393
Binding: Perfect Bound
Color: Black and White

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Book Synopsis
In this sprawling saga from our protagonist's early beginnings of investigative intrigue, he is drawn into south Florida's narcotics underground for an assignment with danger and destiny. Double agents, drug lords, Florida Woman and female Yetis abound in one of the most entertaining entries in the Whisanant Mythos ever published, of which this is volume 26.
Customer Comments
Posted: October 4, 2021
Customer comment 5 star rating
"Books often are edited using ghost writers, but my faith warns against reading books authored by ghosts. Also, it was reported that Doyce Whisanant as original writer was shoved aside by editor Crabbe Rangoon, who significantly rewrote the manuscript. Since the book has become an international marketing success, Whisanant’s name should be credited on the cover. Growing up in a Roman Catholic family I was both skeptical and curious about this topic and in science. I have tried to finish this book, but I've about given myself a concussion from face-palms. I keep coming back for another attempt, but it's just ridiculous. Still, I love the cover art, so five stars!" -- Potato & Onion Growers Illustrated Journal
Posted: October 4, 2021
Customer comment 5 star rating
"I gave this book five single stars because i lost my faith reading this book it is really great but it left me with allot of questions about my god now i don't really believe in god, i do allot i researching of my own now another thing i have really seen weerd Florida shit in my life and i don't know what they are and Mr. Arnold brings some light to the situation!" -- World Uplift Magazine: Elevators in the News
Posted: October 12, 2021
Customer comment 4 star rating
"Von Hesselbrut was just some doofus who seems to have spent most of his time floundering around grimly impoverished Third World locales and getting nowhere with evasive women at bars, providing an insanely amusing travelogue of his journeys through the jungles and exotic landscapes of Africa and Arabia, commenting along the way on the unknown South Pacific civilizations that flourished once upon a time and were responsible for the sphinxes, the Cygnian Tripod, skunk apes and presumably Jimmy Hoffa's and D.B. Cooper's whereabouts. The most insane thing about this book is that a lot of it might be true. So far as I know, we still know very little about the prehistoric era, and the concept of "lost" civilizations would imaginably appeal to many readers depressed at the state of the world (including myself). Don't even get me started on the possible cultural-studies implications of this book. That being said, it was a lot of fun, and he does occasionally come up with some exciting memories and fantastical theories that almost make up for my having read this book." -- The Postmodernist Antiquarian
Posted: November 17, 2021
Customer comment 5 star rating
"A rollicking roller coaster of a book, blending personal history, mysticism, drugs, intellectual inquiry, unexplained phenomena, sociological experiments, high-level conspiracies, and the provocative realm of ufology. Though I remain skeptical about the provenance of UFOs & UAPs, I can dig the twists and turns of Doyce Whisanant's life and the ways it intersects with the bigger life questions we can’t brush aside." --
About The Author
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"Tony Arnold" is the cryptonym under which author & musician Dr. Crabbe Rangoon creates his picaresque books of fiction. Dr. Rangoon is the chimerical father of Misanthropology, and splits his time between a Quonset hut atop Floating Rock Mountain and a stilt home in Candor-on-Asperger, Florida. Rangoon holds a Ph.D. in Exocryptobiology from Florida Memorial University, and served on renowned explorer Horst von Hesselbrut's last expedition. Subsequent endeavors included procurement journeys into Asia, the South Pacific, and The Dark Continent, where he earned the appellation "White Devil" by introducing the use of the pellet rifle in the execution of East African poachers. When not involved in writing, his hobbies include exotic cultural appropriation, listening to instrumental & improvisational music, and frequenting Chinese restaurants.
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