Hiaasen is Hiaasen. Most of the books are remarkably similar to one another, but if you like them, you can digest them all without any trouble, especially those of you with some knowledge of Florida. Narration is good, characters are 'Hiaasen' and stories are great fun.
Forty hours of absolute pleasure. This book has it all and Scott Brick is certainly the leading narrator of the pack. It's impossible to describe how effective this book is and how compelling the content can be. It kept us up for nights on end, on end, on end... The only drawback is that Littell's other works pale in comparison, but we still got them all and can't complain... The Company is one of the few books I know I'll listen to again within a year.
Newer, shinier and has Hummers. Hiaasen doing Hiaasen again. Great Stuff!
Good stories with some excellent narration. Great for shorter listens.
Littell and Brick again. Good stuff and a great way to spend a few hours.
If you've never tried Hiaasen before, give him a shot and decide for yourself. If you like it, you can listen to them all without too much trouble, if you don't, it's your loss. Lots of fun for those who like his style.
Start at Berlin Game for the foundation and then hit Mexico Set... Good fun, great characters and excellent narration, easily better than the first. Hopefully audible will roll out part three so we can have Game, Set and Match... I'm looking forward to it.
Jack Welch on Jack Welch - wade through the hot air and there are many useful nuggets contained inside the book. My favorite part was the lengthy discourse on corporate honesty, etc... I couldn't help thinking of those famous words - 'methinks you doth protest too much'.
First in the three part series, not quite as good as the others, but necessary for building into 2 and 3. Robert Whitfield is an excellent narrator and the characters are a memorable, likable bunch...
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