Westfield, NJ, USA | Member Since 2007
I have recommended it to several of my friends. It's hysterically funny and fun. Florida politics have never had a magnifying glass like this one. I have also had to warn some of them that they can't have the kids in the car and some parts are going to embarrass them if someone else hears them listening without context.
Just about every Tim Dorsey book is great. I have read the entire series and loved it. I look forward to being in florida and looking for some of his landmarks. I guess I would go for Cadillac Ranch or Triggerfish Twist next. Start near the beginning of the series.
I guess it would have to be the Rolling Stones body guards.
Laugh Laugh Laugh.
Listen to it and enjoy. If your not laughing every minute wait 2 minutes and you will again.
It would have been nice to hear all the stories without all the self adulation and dumb jokes.
He's just not a good reader and some of the comments might have had a chance of being funny if they timing was better in the reading.
This book is about one of my favorite bands and I saw this man in concert in 1980 or 1979. I love their music and it was nice to understand the make up of the group and how things worked.
Seriously a little less ego. According to Graham he helped save the Beatles first record gave Marooon 5 their start and Graham is a world renowned philanthropist, photographer, painter, and sculpture. An amazing life like his did not need to blow his own horn quite so much and it completely ruins the story. Wasn't there an editor at his publisher willing to help him out a bit?
For the price they should package a few together. You just get started getting into this and you have to buy another episode.
I felt as if the story was disconnected and the lore changed as the book went on. The characters were a bit narrow and not very well done.
I don't think I will.
I loved the relationship between Wahoo and his family. Makes the whole book seem even better.
The characters were smart funny and likable. I was in the everglades in florida when i listened to this. I even tried to figure out if there was a stuffed alligator at the air boat tour I took my children on.
He is a great reader. He does a good job of making all of the characters come to life.
I wish the author would write more about this family. Bring back Tuna.
It was a great story and promises to be be a even greater series.
I think of it as a good verses evil series. I can't help comparing it to the Harry Dresdon books.
I have only ever listened to these stories and always enjoy them.
Gotta love Serge.
Florida is just the canvas. Serge is the artist.
I look for the spots the author mentions every time I visit florida. I love the stories and the way they are written. I can't get enough.
I loved the concept and the crazy french painters. I thought the ending was a bit light though.
I have read or listened to everything i could find and will continue to do so as they are released.
He was a great reader. i don't remember if I have heard him read before.
I'm not sure whether it needs a follow up book. Possibly a prequel.
The book is fun and funny. Maybe not as funny as Lamb or Fool but a good book.
Yes it is time well spent.
The ending was good and leaves room for more in the series.
I like any series that combines humor, vampires and rednecks. Sounds like a great series.
If you don't get the joke this book is not for you. It's fun and funny.
The fact that somehow you knew Zamporini would come thru it and be ok.
Robbing his way thru Germany and the olympics.
It can't be listened to in one sitting. It is too intense. I had to take a day or two off before i could go back to some scenes.
No matter how scared you get or worried he won't come thru listen on. Somehow he makes you feel ok with it.
The turnabout on the story. The hero and best character is the fool and he comes out on top in nearly every scene.
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