Other Books in Series
This is book number 21 in the Doonesbury series.
- #9: Action Figure!: The Life and Times of Doonesbury's Uncle Duke (Paperback): Currently Unavailable
- #19: Buck Wild Doonesbury: A Doonesbury Book (Paperback): Currently Unavailable
- #20: Duke 2000: Whatever It Takes: A Doonesbury Book (Paperback): Currently Unavailable
- #23: Got War?: A Doonesbury Book (Paperback): Currently Unavailable
- #26: Dude: The Big Book of Zonker (Doonesbury #26) (Paperback): Currently Unavailable
- #27: The War Within: One More Step at a Time (Doonesbury #27) (Paperback): Currently Unavailable
- #30: My Shorts R Bunching. Thoughts?: The Tweets of Roland Hedley (Doonesbury #30) (Paperback): Currently Unavailable
- #32: Signature Wound: Rocking TBI (Doonesbury #32) (Paperback): Currently Unavailable
- #33: Red Rascal's War: A Doonesbury Book (Hardcover): Currently Unavailable
- #35: Mel's Story: Surviving Military Sexual Assault (Doonesbury #35) (Paperback): Currently Unavailable
- #36: The Weed Whisperer: A Doonesbury Book (Hardcover): $29.99
- #37: Yuge!: 30 Years of Doonesbury on Trump (Paperback): $14.99
Even challenging Dubya to a "pronunciation bee" can't save Uncle Duke's weird horse race for the White House. In the end, the former Ambassador passes out in a snow bank while the Cheney Administration kicks into high gear. Predictablistically, the new presidential syntax isn't the only thing that's tortured and strange. Take myvulture.com, an Internet company born and born-again, worth $1 million or $500, depending on whether you ask the CEO or his mother; or look at Joanie Caucus as the turnover in Washington casts her career into play, if not into midlife crisis; or consider J.J. and Zeke, whose pay-per-view, online wedding yields mucho buzz but zero bucks--just like the rest of the Net. Yes, it's a Dubya Dubya Dubya world. Doonesbury just downloads it.
About the Author
G. B. Trudeau has been drawing his Pulitzer Prize-winning comic strip for more than forty years. In addition to cartooning, Trudeau has worked in theater, film, and television. He also has been a contributing columnist for the New York Times op-ed page and later an essayist for Time magazine. He is a fellow of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences. He lives in New York City with his wife, Jane Pauley. They have three grown children.