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Death of a party animal - A Doonesbury book (original 1986; edition 1986)

by G. B. Trudeau (Author)

Series: Doonesbury (27)

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Title:Death of a party animal - A Doonesbury book
Authors:G. B. Trudeau (Author)
Info:New York: Owl Books/Henry Holt (1986), Edition: 1st
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Death of a Party Animal by G. B. Trudeau (1986)

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Introduces Trip Tripler as Sal's (Mike's brother) first college roommate. Mike and J.J. find a dilapidated apartment with a dope den in the same building. Zonker wins a $23 million lottery. The gang gets together at Walden Commune to say goodbye to it as Mike and J.J. depart. J.J. gets a gig doing the restrooms at a club opening, and Trip Tripler joins Navy ROTC. Duke is discovered apparently dead, but it is found that he has been changed into a zombie and spirited away. Rev. Scot Sloan takes over Walden. ( )
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