Little Green Men: A Novel by Christopher BuckleyLittle Green Men: A Novel by Christopher Buckley

Little Green Men: A Novel

byChristopher Buckley

Paperback | February 2, 2000

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The strange land of Washington, D.C., is teeming with aliens, politicians, and other bizarre life-forms. Beltway insider and stuffy talk show host John Oliver Banion finds his privileged life turned topsy-turvy when he is abducted by aliens from his exclusive country-club golf course. When he is abducted a second time, he believes he has found his true calling and, in the most pasionate crusade of his life, demands that Congress and the White House seriously investigate the existence of extraterrestrials and UFOs. Friends and family, meanwhile, urge Banion to seek therapy before his reputation is ruined for good.

A comic tour de force from "one of the best and surest political humorists in America" (Los Angeles Times Book Review), Little Green Men is an uproacious comedy of manners that proves once and for all that the truth is out there. Way out there.

Christopher Buckley is a novelist and editor of Forbes FYI magazine. His books include Thank You for Smoking, Wry Martins, and God Is My Broker. He lives in Washington, D.C.
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Title:Little Green Men: A NovelFormat:PaperbackDimensions:320 pages, 8 × 5.31 × 0.72 inPublished:February 2, 2000Publisher:HarperCollinsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0060955570

ISBN - 13:9780060955571

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Washington talk-show host John Oliver Banion has it all - fame, fortune and popularity. However, his world comes crashing down when he is abducted by aliens! In a plea to Congress, Banion urges them to investigate UFOs and otherworldly life forms. In Little Green Men, the people he convinces are his family and friends, who want him to seek help from a psychiatrist! Now Banion must somehow prove that these aliens do exist, or risk having his reputation tarnished forever.

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"A brilliant conception with its overtones of Strangelovian Doomsday devices."(Los Angeles Times)