That's when you know a book has you in its good grasp, when you laugh out loud and keep smiling afterwards.
I love Carl Hiaasen (except A DEATH IN CHINA which was probably ALL written by Bill Montalano) and this one was not a disappointment. Highly recommend if you also are a Hiaasen Fan
Yes I recommend this to anyone who enjoys Hiassen's off colored comedy. Smart read, compelling story, quirky characters.
I like when the bad guys get their comeupins.
This book made me laugh but brings to light the long, sad death of the earth.
The antics of the main character Honey.
The character Louis Piejack...he's a train wreck you don't want to look but you just can't help yourself!
This was a good book. I enjoyed the main character Honey and how she rationalized all the events.
Looking for a quick easy listen... this is it. I can totally understand how Honey felt, wanting to get back at one of those telemarketers, especially since she felt personally insulted.
I love a funny story that doesn't take itself too seriously, but I can get caught up in a good mystery or a romance too. And of course I feel obligated to pay my respects to the classics, no matter how sleepy some of them make me.
I haven't read the print, but the voice actor is amazing and makes the characters come to life so I think it would be better to listen to it than to read it.
All of the characters are both odd and relatable, and watching their separate story lines intersect in hilarious ways is wonderful.
Honey Santana, which is great since she is the main character and does a lot of the talking.
There are plenty that move me to laughter, not tears.
I've listened to this book at least a dozen times, and I almost never reread books. It's that good. Nature Girl is my #1 absolute favorite book.
nature girl is entertaining, and Honey is a great character. Overall, I didn't think this one was as good as Skinny Dip, which had me in stitches.
Maybe this book would have gone faster if I had actually been reading it, but listening to it was painful. After more than an hour, there was still no clear indication of where the story was going. The characters were unsympathetic and the story itself wasn't as funny as most of Hiassen's work.
I was very disappointed in this book. After listening to so many other great books by this author, I wondered if his publisher suggested that some extra steamy passages were needed to keep the novels selling? After several hours, I just lost interest in what seemed to be a plotless book.