|| The Stench of Honolulu is Jack Handey's first full length narrative. It will take the tried-and-true form of his short, surrealistic bursts but connecting all of them into a ridiculous adventure tale with laugh-out-loud funny twists and characters. The reliably unreliable narrator and his friend, Don—who might be familiar to fans of "Deep Thoughts"—go on a quest for the Golden Monkey that takes them into the mysterious and stinky foreign land of Honolulu. There, they meet with untold dangers, strange natives, and the ruins of ancient civilizations, or as our narrator says: "the ruins were impressive. But like so many civilizations, they forgot the rule that might have saved them: don't let vines grow all over you."