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Nuclear Jellyfish (Serge Storms Series #11)
     

Nuclear Jellyfish (Serge Storms Series #11)

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by Tim Dorsey, Oliver Wyman (Read by)
 

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Just when you thought it was safe to go on-line. . .

Serge has returned! That loveable collector of trivia, souvenirs, and murder methods is back with a new A-Tour of Florida. And this time he's out to set the record straight!

Serge is upset that his beloved state isn't getting its proper recognition, so he sets up his own wildcat Internet travel service site,

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Nuclear Jellyfish 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 38 reviews.
Druid111 More than 1 year ago
Every book better than the last. From Jacksonville to the Keys there is never a dull moment. Serge and Coleman are clear in your imagination. You feel as if you are there.
dmglaeser More than 1 year ago
A fun book to take to the park or the baach
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
For those of you who have had a chance to read Tim Dorsey's work in the past this latest installment of florida history and murder won't disapoint. For those of you who haven't had a chance to read this authors work let me give you a little taste of what you will experience. Surge and Coleman are this wacky duo that stand up for people who can't stand up for themselves and along the road this time I-95 they run into several of the landmarks that are true Floridania. They start in Jacksonville and head south through the state of florida tracking a diamond smuggling operation that revolves around coin fairs. I know it sounds crazy but you have to read it to believe it. You will laugh outloud and wonder how anyone could come up with such a dramatic plot with crazy characters.
Dr_Arrival More than 1 year ago
Serge Storms, one of the most unique fictional characters of our time. This book, once again, brings you through a whirlwind of historical Florida trivia, along with funny, wacky characters that make (Evanovich's) Stephanie Plum and her Grandma look like cartoon characters. If you love Florida or love to laugh, read this book!!!
harstan More than 1 year ago
In Jacksonville Serge A. Storms becomes unglued, which seems strange as he is always unglued, when he sees a couple of skinheads dispatching a pair of skinheads beating up a homeless person. Feeling a need to right this wrong, he takes care of both punks, Serge style.

However, Serge needs some spending money so he and Coleman head to an Internet job fair as he has become quite good on-line especially with his rants. He obtains two jobs: check streets for a GPS system and evaluate motels for a travel club. His new work introduces him and his traveling buddy to a con dealing gang who make more money illegally bringing in diamonds, but as always he rights the wrongs of cheating discount motel owners, thugs preying on the hopeless and having sex with a Viewmaster-loving stripper. In other words Serge takes out miscreants who scorn society.

This is the usual insanity as Serge takes readers on a bloody unique tour of Florida. Fans of the series will enjoy his latest escapades as he doles out punishment with gizmos like a hose to reprobates used to bullying their way without regard. Though more of a road trip series of escapades without an overarching plot, readers will enjoy riding the highways and byways as Serge provides his usual enthusiastic bloody tour.

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Drewano 11 months ago
Another fun Serge adventure. This book has it all, a serial killer, humor, tale of vengeance, and more Florida pop culture than Coleman could smoke, snort or drink in a week! This time Serge and Coleman are trying to make a living as travel reviewers showing what Florida travel is really like. The heck with South Beach and Duval Street, you’ll see historic bars and hotels and learn stuff that you really had no desire to know in the first place and won’t help you in any way whatsoever. However, along the way you’ll have tons of fun on this hilariously wild ride.
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