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eBook Gator A-Go-Go: A Novel (Serge Storms) download ISBN: 0061432717
Author: Tim Dorsey
Publisher: William Morrow; First Edition edition (January 26, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 352
ePub: 1793 kb
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Rating: 4.4
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Category: Literature
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Tim Dorsey is an accomplished writer who has created a series of adventures using his signature characters, Serge and Coleman.

Tim Dorsey is an accomplished writer who has created a series of adventures using his signature characters, Serge and Coleman. Serge is a high minded social activist who loves Florida history. He travels around the state filling the reader in on the origins of spring break, Daytona Beach, the swimming hall of fame and the boat slip used by John D. McDonald's Character, Travis McGee.

I am certain after reading one you will be back for Dorsey's previous eleven Serge A. Storms novels Serge almost takes on the stature of a folk hero, even though he is a total nut case.

If you’ve never read Dorsey, you need to start. I am certain after reading one you will be back for Dorsey's previous eleven Serge A. He somehow seems to stand for the right things and manages to eliminate some of the dregs of society.

Gator A-Go-Go: A Novel. One spring break location obviously isn't enough for Serge, so he must hit them all, traveling through various historic locales, spewing nuggets of history at anyone who won't run away and dispensing his own signature brand of Sunshine State justice

Gator A-Go-Go: A Novel. One spring break location obviously isn't enough for Serge, so he must hit them all, traveling through various historic locales, spewing nuggets of history at anyone who won't run away and dispensing his own signature brand of Sunshine State justice. Along the way he and his sidekick, Coleman, attract a growing following of the nation's top college students. and a mysterious gang that leaves a trail of young bodies in their wake. Are the kids safer under Serge's protection? Or does being with him put them in more peril?

Atomic Lobster: A Novel (By Tim Dorsey)Serge A. Storms is back with a bullet, torn between homicide and souvenirs, cranking up the fevered action as the pot boils over . Gator A-Go-Go: A Novel (Serge Storms) by Tim Dorsey.

Atomic Lobster: A Novel (By Tim Dorsey)Serge A. Storms is back with a bullet, torn between homicide and souvenirs, cranking up the fevered action as the pot boils over on a street called Lobster Lane. Its reunion time in the Sunshine. Tim Dorsey is a hoot. He has such a dark sense of humor. read most of his stuff. The Big Bamboo (Serge Storms Series Tim Dorsey Sunshine State West Coast Bestselling Author Bamboo Literature Novels Ebooks Movie.

Serge Storms - A Novel : Gator A-Go-Go. Voir aussi Serge Storms Tim Dorsey (Auteur) Paru en mars 2010 (ePub) en anglais. Résumé Gator A-Go-Go. That's right: Serge and Coleman do spring break! It's been a long time coming, but they're at the party now-and you'll never look at a Frisbee the same way again. Written by Tim Dorsey. Narrated by Oliver Wyman. This is the second book in the Serge Storms series that I have read so far. Dorsey's style of writing keeps the reader engaged and constantly wondering what is going to happen next. He bounces back and forth from time and place and different characters and then brings them all together in the end always because of some bazaar situation. The main character of the book is a murderer with a love of Florida history. He is an easy character to like because of his conflicting views on society.

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Dorsey Ti. im Dorsey Gator A-GO-GO Book 12 in the Serge Storms series, 2010 For Kelly Life is short. It’s also pretty wide. SPANISH PROVERB Prologue They threw the midget over the balcony, and I was off on the spring break vacation of a lifetim. erge, hit pause

Dorsey Ti. erge, hit pause. I don’t want to miss anything. What’s taking so long? I’m getting dinner. Coleman, you’ve already seen my documentary five times.

Tim Dorsey (born January 25, 1961) is an American novelist. He is known for a series starring Serge A. Storms, a mentally disturbed vigilante antihero who rampages across Florida enforcing his own moral code against a variety of low-life criminals

Tim Dorsey (born January 25, 1961) is an American novelist. Storms, a mentally disturbed vigilante antihero who rampages across Florida enforcing his own moral code against a variety of low-life criminals. Dorsey was born in Indiana and moved to Florida at the age of 1. He grew up in Riviera Beach, a small town in Palm Beach County just north of West Palm Beach. Dorsey graduated from Bishop Guertin High School in Nashua ., in 1979.

Narrated by: Oliver Wyman. Then there are the coke smugglers gone legit and a pair of the most dangerously sexy bartenders to ever mix a rum runner. Series: Serge Storms, Book 12. Length: 10 hrs and 42 mins. Categories: Mysteries & Thrillers, Modern Detective. Throw in some dirty dancing contests, illicit drugs, rockin' tunes, screamin' sports cars, bungee rides, pawned class rings, and church breakfasts, and you've got a potent concoction that keeps the hotel's concierge up all night stopping people from falling off the balconies. Want even more? Serge says, "You got it!"

“If you’ve never read Dorsey, you need to start.”

—Miami Herald

 

The world’s biggest beach party is about to get crashed—Serge A. Storms style—in Gator A-Go-Go, New York Times bestselling author Tim Dorsey’s latest outrageously funny and supremely twisted wild ride. The creator of Nuclear Jellyfish, Triggerfish Twist, and so many more delightfully, seriously insane Serge adventures brings the Sunshine State historian and unrepentant thrill killer back for a Florida Spring Break you’ll never forget. Take the Raleigh News & Observer’s advice and “gobble up the Serge A. Storms stories…and you’ll see what an overrated, humorless dullard Hannibal Lecter has always been.”

Comments: (7)
Manarius
Florida's favorite caffeine and adrenaline-infused vigilante Serge Storm rides mayhem and minutia again in Tim Dorsey's latest offering for the chronically ADD, "Gator A Go-Go," a Dorsey-frenzied serving with more plot and suspense than his typical fare. This time around, Serge's one-maniac quest to rid Florida of its undesirables is coincidental with Serge's latest project: a documentary of Florida's legendary Spring Break - from Panama City to Daytona Beach to college spring party town mother lode Fort Lauderdale. Whether the infraction is failing to pull over for an emergency vehicle, cold-blooded murder, or filming porn using underage actors, Serge's brand of justice is unequivocal. And creative - never in the history of pop culture have villains been so artfully and enjoyably dispatched as when left to Tim Dorsey's fertile mind working on behalf of the lovable and elusive serial killer Serge and his drunk, drugged, usually comatose, and, this time, cannon-balling sidekick Coleman.

You always know what to expect with Dorsey: non-stop action and dark rumor, wrapped around truly fascinating bits of culture, lore, trivia and history of our wackiest state. But "Gator A Go-Go" rises a jolt or two above the talented Dorsey's unique formula; "Gator" offering a glimpse of a darker underbelly, hints of more serious issues, and running along a leaner, more discernable plot line adding mystery to the authors curious blend of pandemonium and wisdom. A witness protection program enrollee unwittingly outs himself, kicking off a series of unbelievable yet comic events that attract a vicious Miami gang's need for revenge, colliding head-on with Serge's erudite lunacy. Serge journeys veer from a remarkably practical and insightful analysis of Biblical conundrum to death-by-ejection-from-an-amusement-ride to a hijacked kindergarten graduation address chock full of sage observation and advice. Serge and his newly acquired frat boy posse face serious life-or-death confrontations on the way to a white-knuckled climax that delivers a punch more typically associated with Lee Child or Robert Crais.

From the epic Elbo Room bar in Ft. Lauderdale to a young Tom Petty's introduction to Elvis in Ocala, Dorsey's "Gator A Go-Go" is entertainment in an original art form - think Carl Hiaasen cranked and amped to a pace he'll never catch - but as always best taken in small doses. One of the best in an uncommon series - don't miss it.
Ballazan
Tim Dorsey is an accomplished writer who has created a series of adventures using his signature characters, Serge and Coleman. Serge is a high minded social activist who loves Florida history. He travels around the state filling the reader in on the origins of spring break, Daytona Beach, the swimming hall of fame and the boat slip used by John D. McDonald's Character, Travis McGee. Serge also acts on his principles. Instead of yelling at people who insult his sense of integrity, he kills them. It's not easy to kill so many people in so many strange ways, so he is lucky to have his burned out friend,Coleman, to assist him in his adventures. Using these characters as a foil, Dorsey weaves an interesting plot through the pages of Gator a Go Go. I highly recommend this book to my friends.
Monam
Serge is back with his drug-addled sidekick Coleman. Not to mention several characters returning from past misadventures, including 'City' and 'Country', partying bimbos with attitude. While the formula remains the same, Serge meandering through Florida creatively dispatching select targets ranging from total jerks to dangerous criminals, this offering is a cut above some of the more recent Serge novels. The subject matter, Spring Break, lends itself to the zaniness inherent in all of these novels, and the plot moves at a more measured and interesting pace. I would rate this book with Torpedo Juice and some of the earlier novels like Orange Crush as a favorite. If you haven't read this book yet, buy it and take it with you to the beach, maybe for Spring Break!
Ynonno
This series i think has been taken as far as it can go. I know the publisher will not let the author right a book without Serge and Colman, and that is too bad. All of the laughs are gone from this series and all we are left with is familiar characters do what they have done in all the other books. Unfortunately it is not only not funny anymore, it is not even entertaining.
I would recomend you skip this book and start at the beginning with Florida Roadkill, and stop at Atomic Lobster.
Tim, please write about something other than Serge and Colman. Don't be the last to know when it is time to hang it up (HELLO JIMMMY BUFFET I WONDER IF YOU ARE LISTENING)!
Matty
Another wild ride with crazy genius sociopath Serge A. Storms and his faithful sidekick Coleman. Spring Break hijinks turn into a hilarious romp with hitmen, college kids,two hot ladies, the FBI, little old ladies, and new uses for construction sites.
Delari
An entertaining respite from Infinite Jest
Centrizius
I have only read this delightful, twisted book of Tim Dorsey, but believe you me, I intend to read them all. Serge A. Storms (who only drinks coffee) and Coleman (who never drinks coffee but who takes marijuana in every form known to man) are so reminiscent of Skink of Carl Hiassen I was totally stoked. I dearly love to laugh and these two were hilarious. I know I am twisted, but I am delighted to find a fellow traveler in Tim Dorsey. Thank you Tim--you've given me one more reason to not off myself!
All the gang is back, Colman, City, Country, Johnny Vegas and the Florida Panhandle never looked so crazy, not even on MTV... and I'm only 1/2 way through. Tim Dorsey never fails to deliver a twisted view of America's (not just Florida's) social values run amok. After all, Florida was a fairly honest if not hostile place to live before the post-50's invasion... now only a serial killer with a stoned side-kick can make sense of it all.