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by Oliver Wyman,Tim Dorsey

eBook Nuclear Jellyfish CD (Serge Storms) download ISBN: 0061712639
Author: Oliver Wyman,Tim Dorsey
Publisher: HarperAudio; Unabridged edition (January 27, 2009)
Language: English
ePub: 1313 kb
Fb2: 1541 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Category: Mystery
Subcategory: Thrillers and Suspense

Tim Dorsey (Author), Oliver Wyman (Reader). It's time to sign on with Serge and see where the twisting, sun splashed trail leads i. .

Tim Dorsey (Author), Oliver Wyman (Reader). Book 11 of 18 in the Serge Storms Series.

Nuclear Jellyfish CD book. In Nuclear Jellyfish Tim Dorsey has his demented protagonist Serge A. Storms discover the Internet and decide to keep a travel blog. Dorsey’s brilliantly, profanely funny 11th nove. ips along. His blog entries are some of the funniest monologues in the book, especially the hilarious Chapter 21. This novel (the 11th in the series) also sees the return of Serge’s nemesis, the noir detective Agent Mahoney.

Written by Tim Dorsey. Narrated by Oliver Wyman. Tim Dorsey's outrageously zany, gleefully violent, and uproariously funny Nuclear Jellyfish marks the triumphant return of lovable, thrill-killing Florida historian and tireless civic booster Serge A. Storms. The bestselling author of Atomic Lobster, Triggerfish Twist, and Florida Roadkill, Dorsey can match Carl Hiaasen punch-for-punch when it comes to fictionally depicting Sunshine State madness-and he's taken his rightful place alongside Christopher Moore in the pantheon of top American humorists.

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Serge A. Storms, Florida's resident madman and serial killer, continues to dispense his own variety of justice against . Storms, Florida's resident madman and serial killer, continues to dispense his own variety of justice against society's evildoers-this time he an.We’re dedicated to reader privacy so we never track you.

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Written by Tim Dorsey, Audiobook narrated by Oliver Wyman. Narrated by: Oliver Wyman. Series: Serge Storms, Book 11. Length: 9 hrs and 26 mins. Categories: Fiction, Contemporary.

“Dorsey’s brilliantly, profanely funny 11th novel…zips along like P.G. Wodehouse’s best work.” —Richmond Times-Dispatch

 

Tim Dorsey’s outrageously zany, gleefully violent, and uproariously funny Nuclear Jellyfish marks the triumphant return of lovable, thrill-killing Florida historian and tireless civic booster Serge A. Storms. The bestselling author of Atomic Lobster, Triggerfish Twist, and Florida Roadkill, Dorsey can match Carl Hiaasen punch-for-punch when it comes to fictionally depicting Sunshine State madness—and he’s taken his rightful place alongside Christopher Moore in the pantheon of top American humorists. Nuclear Jellyfish is a veritable WMD of radioactive hilarity—as Denver’s Rocky Mountain News so aptly puts it, “It doesn’t get any better.”

Comments: (7)
Simple
So I'm into my seventh Tim Dorsey Serge Storms book. I can't stop. It's like eating popcorn: you just want more and more (OK, so I just ordered three more...). Go on; admit it. We're all enamored of Serge. He actually does the things we so often just fantasize
about. I think Serge is our surrogate avenger. We're living vicariously through Serge, and, if you're honest, you're enjoying his antics which bring a certain kind of "justice" to those offenders. People who take up handicapped spaces "I'll only be a minute,"
surly clerks, cashiers, bank tellers - oops, associates (note that word contains "ass"), tailgaters, supermarket shoppers who
use carts to block the aisles. You know who they are. The list goes on forever. And, if we could get away with it, we'd do
psychological and/bodily injury to these people. Years ago, some lout kept blocking my driveway, so he could load up his pick
up with his tools and supplies. You know, you start out civilly "Can you please move your truck and not block my driveway as I, too, have to get to work." It never happens. One day I super-glued a poster I made, repeating same request, to his windshield. THAT worked!! Who knows? Maybe I'm a "Serge Wannabe" or "Serge-in-training," or just "Serge 101." Those
who post negative reviews maybe live in that eden, that paradise, where they never experience the callousness, indifference,
or just plain obnoxiousness of those who consider themselves enlightened and privileged. Go Serge! (Not so sure about
Coleman, though. I think if they ever cast a Dorsey movie, they should consider "Chumley" from Pawn Stars as Coleman.)
Katius
I'm not really sure why my parents bought this book for my brother who is in jail, but they did. They're pretty picky as far as who reads what in jail, which I get because I went to school for criminal justice. Kind of ironic, right... my brother is in jail, but I have a degree in criminal justice. Actually, my goal was to arrest him eventually but that didn't happen because he's already checked jail off his to-do list multiple times. Anyway, apparently my brother was allowed to read this in jail if that gives you any idea on the lack of mature content involved in this book.
Xangeo
Tim Dorsey does it yet again with another one of his hilarious Serge A. Storms adventures!!! This time around, Serge (Florida historian/vigilantee/escaped mental patient) and his ever-faithfull (and always wasted) buddy Coleman, tackle a ruthless band of jewel thieves that leads them up and down the Atlantic coast on a non-stop, high-octane adventure throught the Sunshine State. Action! Adventure! Belly-laughs! - this one has it all! Years from now, literary historians will hail this book as, "Tim Dorsey at his prime."

Psst! For all you newcomers to the exciting world of Serge Storms - you've got to check this character out! Imagine: mix a dash of the lovable Florida serial killer Dexter...a smidgen of the mischevious antics of Bugs Bunny...the clueless charm of Han Solo (think: "Boring conversation anyway")....mix together...and then add a heaping helping of 100% pure clinical insanity!... and you've just barely scratched the surface of: who is Serge A. Storms? I guarentee that after you read this novel, you'll be thinking two things: (1) I've just gotta read another one of Tim Dorsey's books! and (2) Why the heck hasn't Hollywood made a Serge (actor Tom Cavanagh - you've got my vote!) motion picture!?!. If not, Amazon will gladly refund your money. (just kidding!)

To paraphrase Natalie Portman in "Garden State" when she gives Zach Braff her headphones for him to listen to the The Shins song "New Slang", "This (book) will change your life, I swear."
Dianantrius
All right, here we go again! Number eleven and Serge and Coleman are still alive! [Not so sure about Coleman.] We're off the boat and once again traversing the Flori-duh sand spit. In a 1971 Javelin. [You gotta be kidding!] Rooting out the really bad guys. Thugs, so to speak. Led by the notorious Eel. [We all learn the connection between Eel and Nuclear Jellyfish.] We're focusing on the cheaper motels that host the smaller conventions and exhibitions and trade shows, such as coin collectors, and people, like Howard, who sell Flori-duh-iana. And who are transporting gems. Oh, and while Serge is trying to start and restart his travel service, unique in that it highlights important places where super- and megastars stayed and played, even momentarily, he is also dealing with Story. An English lit major, perchance a barracuda hooker, and a less-than-successful stripper who knows a whole lot of trivialities, sometimes even more than Serge! [No way!]

Did I forget to tell you that Mahoney is out? And on Serge's trail? And about Johnny Vegas, the Accidental Virgin? And Sh-teve? Well, I guess you'll just need to find out about these folks all by yourselves.

Is this a good ride? A frantic one, for sure. Some neat twists and turns but somewhat linear [even tho the center third of the book is a flashback. Or at least it was intended to be a flashback. Never mind...] Dorsey always intrigues when it comes to "offing" the bad guy. I'm not always certain his techniques work in "real life", so to speak. Like the butane lighter thing. Nevertheless, I think there should be a footnote, something like "Do not attempt this without professional or adult supervision."

As with nearly all of Dorsey's madcap mayhem books, this is a fast read and a well-written tale. There are many, many plot jumps, but what the heck, it keeps the reader on his/her toes. Even Serge gets a little confused at times. [I mean, what is 6 weeks among friends, right?] And of course, Coleman is confused most of the time.

Are there characters worth revisiting? I can't believe that Story has been written out. She represents Serge's alter-ego in many respects. Not so sure about Harold, tho. And looking back over the previous decade of books, I would sure like to have another visit with our legislators. And maybe even a governor. Then again, it's hard to find a Flori-duh equivalent of a mooseburger. And a visit to Dodgertown is just not enough for us baseball fans. Hey, Tim, remember that Babe Ruth played ball here. And Steinbrenner lives here. Oh. And one more thing. Early on, Serge tackled the media, but I think another visit is in order. Think Bubba the Love Sponge.

Anyway, enough! Go out and buy the book! You may recognize an acquaintence, a neighbor, or even yourself. Hey, and if you're not in this book, maybe you'll make it in the next one! Five stars? You bet!
Aiata
Serge is always fun, crazy, funny, brutal and lives by his code. For pure entertainment these books are unbelievable as is Serge.
Barit
An entertaining respite from Infinite Jest