Yanks Avatar All-American Boy
About the Book
Yanks Avatar All-American Boy is a narrative cartoon; a mighty funny story completely different from anything you've read to date.
The original intent was episodic satire of all they sell us to read at leisure; adventure, romance, new-age, poetry, religion, science fiction, mystery, sports, horror, and maybe even erotica, all the genre of American popular books. Fortunately the satire of it is somewhat lost in the good yarn it weaves. Yanks Avatar is no genre and all genre, it's Yanks in the summer whorehouse, The Great Pea Wagon, the Giant Hand Brothers, Beans Barlow The Midget Who Batted .672, Jake The Inflatable Dog who can inflate to be anything but Wayne Newton, and Knuckles Kloof shooting through the supermarket, bare naked, backwards on his wheelchair and Elvis Presley's face.
A sophomoric adventure, a poor man's Catch 22, and if you read the quick pages and don't enjoy at least three great heaving belly shakin' laughs then you may come to my house for a free lunch. Yanks Avatar is as cheap as it is inexpensive.
Yanks Avatar is the first book of The Landow Trilogy; see The Unauthorized Autobiography Of Jake The Inflatable Dog in 2001, and Colors In Arcane in 2002.
About the Author
In 1962 Doug Bybee dated the first Weather Gal to compare hail size to balls. In 1968, using the moniker Rumba Rumba Rumba Dandy, he found no work whatsoever as a professional escort.
Mr. Bybee has a certificate instructing him to do community service -- and so he wrote Yanks Avatar, the first of The Landow Trilogy.