Florida Roadkill : Serge Storms

  • by Tim Dorsey
  • Narrated by George Wilson
  • Series: Serge Storms
  • 10 hrs and 20 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Sunshine State trivia buff Serge A. Storms loves eliminating jerks and pests. His drug-addled partner Coleman loves cartoons. Hot stripper Sharon Rhodes loves cocaine, especially when purchased with rich dead men's money. On the other hand, there's Sean and David, who love fishing and are kind to animals - and who are about to cross paths with a suitcase filled with $5 million in stolen insurance money. Serge wants the suitcase. Sharon wants the suitcase. Coleman wants more drugs... and the suitcase. In the meantime, there's murder by gun, Space Shuttle, Barbie doll, and Levi's 501s. In other words, welcome to Tim Dorsey's Florida - where nobody gets out unscathed and untanned!


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Customer Reviews

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Its a Mad Mad Mad Florida!

I would never Mistake a Tim Dorsey Novel for a Hiaasen! If anyone does they are not paying attention. Mr. Dorseys characterizations are so wild and wacky they could be real, but only if you believe that truth is stranger than fiction.

If you are offended easily or dont like creative killings, this is not for you.

If you have said "i have a sense of humor and this is not funny", this is not for you.

If you believe that freedom of speech should only go so far, this is not for you.

Any or all of Tim Dorseys books will make just about anybody with a real sense of humor smile and cringe and spit milk out of your nose while you say i can see that as a newspaper story.
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- Mark

I tried to like it

I really did try to like it. I tried to laugh off the characters. I tried to wait for the author to start tying things together. But after about two hours I gave up.

The first two hours of the book is a shaggy dog story filled with the most amoral people you can imagine. No, wait ... I could not have imagined people that amoral. The book just finally wore me down ... it wasn't funny enough to hold my attention, and those characters were just soooo depressing.

The narrator was clear, but his performance had all the warmth of a 1960 educational film.

I realize I'm in the minority with regards to this book... but if you can make it all the way thru the book then you are a better man than I.
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- Ronald Albury

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-15-2011
  • Publisher: Recorded Books