I'm really not sure I should review a book I didn't finish listening to but it really seemed too tedious for words. The last straw was the narration in a faux Chicago mobster accent.
Do wish I had not ever started it on a two hour drive...
Had its moments and kept me amused while commuting. One character is suppose to be a terrible writer (which he is) but his terrible writing is not too far removed from Hiaasen's at times.
The story was quick. It didn't bog down
The house next door that was being sold and the pranks he pulled to sabotage the selling
it's a fun book. You may not want to eat at restaurants later
More plot, humor and characters don't have depth
Carl Hiassen can be outrageously funny. Bad Monkey works to hard to be outrageous and funny, but fails.
Slow and hard to follow, not the typical Hiaasen.
I think so
Hard to say
I don't think the story was captivating and lacked the Hiaasen humor