The narrator has an easy-to-listen-to voice, though not a lot of emphasis on distinguishing between characters.
Mullet Fingers was my favourite, because he is a determined mystery.
Clear sarcasm and conviction in the storyline.
Actually, no. It's quite realistic and I needed short breaks from reality.
A great book by Carl Hiassen for readers that prefer a real taste of reality. If you've read his adult titles you will find this one completely non-sexual, but still full of wit and sarcasm. It's definitely a
This was a wonderfully entertaining book and it kept changing enough to keep my interest. The base story itself teaches several lessons about doing what is right and forging new friendships in the strangest of places. This book has several key characters that act in the most unexpected ways resulting in a book that isn't the "same old, same old" whereby one can anticipate the plot - rather one may think they know where the plot is going and then it doesn't - I loved this book and the ending was perfect!
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I get all Hiaasens kids books as well as his adult stories. They`re great oo; just no sex or swearing. Good listen!
I so appreciate humor in a good story. Thank you for making me smile. I'm an ICU nurse and look to my audible account to keep me going. Hiaasen makes me smile. Thank you!
I have always enjoyed the author's books so, in a mad rush to select a book for an upcoming trip, I grabbed this one. I should have read the blurb. It's a kids book. Don't make the same mistake...unless you are getting this for your kids.
I got the book for my son. I got hooked on it myself and finish it in a couple days. It was great! It was a little old for my 5 yr old. But he did enjoy all the kid stuff addressed in the book.
Not a typical Hiaasen, I still liked this quite a bit. The language is much tamer than usual and aimed at a younger audience.
I thoroughly enjoyed Hiassen's first book, and as I began lisening to them in order, each subsequent one became less entertaning. In Hoot, it was difficult for me to wade through it. It seems as if the author has a strong political agenda, and while it was an interesting aside in earlier works, now that agenda has become a major plot point in his books.
While I agree with his environmental position, I'm too old to be preached to, and have to pay for that. It was much more effective when his positions were sublimated to the story. I'm moving on.