Meet these hard-drinking laboratory refugees, who as the infamous "Killer Pigeons" create havoc in San Francisco. They dance into bars, they stick up liquor stores, they spy on socialites, dodge murder raps, and pull a miracle our of their hats. Will they find their way back home to Berkeley? Will they survive the next 15 minutes without a cigarette? Call them "America's Most Wanted," but don't call them pigeons. These swashbuckling outlaws think they're human! Read this hilarious new novel from the author of "Youth in Revolt."
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This novel is VERY funny. Imagine a group of pigeons, only, they think they are human. And, they have been in a test lab, smoking cigarettes and drinking booze until some animal rights activists freed them. Now they are terrorizing San Francisco looking for a good smoke and a drink! I have been recommending this one to everyone I know, it is good for a lot of laughs. I can't wait to go back and read Payne's 'Youth in Revolt'. My co-workers are highly recommending it.
Like Desparately Seeking Susan on steroids and LSD. This book moves there are no filler sentences. An alltime favorite.
This book is both funny and written with a delightful quality. A nice book for a quick and satisfying read.