I don’t know how to use the bookstore anymore
Rachael Falis

Hey! I forgot one of my all time favorites that I think will definitely appeal to your quirky side:

From Library Journal:

When televisions worldwide begin broadcasting a nonstop, noninterruptible live performance by Buddy Holly purporting to originate somewhere in the vicinity of Jupiter, Oliver Vale — the apparent object of the broadcasts — finds himself drafted for a mission so secret that even he is not sure of its purpose. Denton ( Wrack and Roll , Warner, 1986) fills this supremely funny novel with warring space aliens disguised as humans, a robot dog, a psychopathic assassin, an overzealous psychologist and her jealous husband, a motorcycle gang, and a messianic televangelist — all to prove that rock ’n’ roll never really died.

The author, Bradley Denton, gives it away as a Creative Commons PDF you can access free from Open Culture. Or grab the paperback on Amazon for a $4 (once cent plus $3.99 shipping).

I love this book, and I’ll bet you will, too. It’s odd and wonderful. Check it out!