His cherished home state is about to take a beating, and from far more than the way-too-routine conga line of hurricanes bearing down on the peninsula. Corpses have begun turning up at a disturbing rate, even for Florida, and it looks like a brutal serial killer is on the loose. Serge vows to stop at nothing in his campaign to make All Things Right - unless if he gets bored or distracted by a cool souvenir or a whatever.
But his path won't be obstacle free.
Agent Mahoney has picked up the scent. The obsessive criminal profiler is convinced there is no second killer. Then there's Coleman, whose triathlete approach to the sport of polyabuse binging just might derail the mission more than the entire police community put together. The pace picks up. Winds howl, TV reporters fly around the beach, and questions mount: Who's stalking Tampa Bay's most sensitive journalist? Do multiple orgasms improve storm tracking? Why is the feeding-tube guy so quiet? All of which ultimately leads to the most pressing question on everyone's new-millennium lips: What would Serge do?
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By Peter Evans on 07-04-13
Not for the prudish or faint hearted
Dorsey has done it again. Anarchic fun, not for the prudish or faint hearted. I recommend listening to the series. It does not matter which order, they are individual stories.
I want to go to Florida with Serge as my guide.
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By FRITZ STOOP on 14-02-16
Self-immolation. Death by Narrator
'Narrated By Oliver Wyman' should never have occurred.
Unless George K. Wilson is dead, Dorsey made a thunderous error in judgement or been raped by his publisher before changing narrators.
I am utterly enamored of audio books, consuming hundreds a year. When I find an author I enjoy, I read all his/her work chronologically, where I usually witness a slow but steady disintegration of creative prowess. But some go the distance.
Dorsey, considering his constant rehashing of certain bottomless Florida-esque themes, is somehow able to maintain the ‘fear and loathing’ mayhem quite nicely.
Until he ruined it with the ‘nails-on-a-chalkboard’ whine of Oliver Wyman. All the characters sound the same and Serge is not Serge unless delivered by George K. Wilson. I made it about three minutes into Hurricane Punch and threw it back.
How could you have made such a mindless, pusillanimous call? Is Coleman based on your own substance abuse behavior?
Shame on you, Tim Dorsey. Well, your shameless self-promotion via idiotic tee-shirts and baboonish hats is likely a clue.
Dorsey is beyond shame.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful
By Brad on 20-02-08
Can't get enough Serge
As long and Coleman and Serge keep on rolling, I'll be happy to keep reading. Love the irreverence and absolute irony of an insane man with a mission.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful