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Stormy Weather by Carl Hiaasen (1996-02-09)

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  • Title: Stormy Weather by Carl Hiaasen (1996-02-09)
  • Author: Carl Hiaasen
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  • Page: 186
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    1. C. Bouclainville on said:

      Un ouragan en Floride, et l on croise des personnages tous plus d jant s les uns que les autresSkink, qui se suspend un pont pour vivre l ouragan, Augustine, qui jongle avec des objets plut t surprenant, Max et Bonnie Lamb, jeunes mari s en lune de miel ainsi que d autres dont les chemins se croisent, pas toujours pour le meilleurSans oublier quelques animaux sauvages que l ouragan a lib r C est original, plein d humour, de cynisme, avec une r flexion sur ce que les hommes font de leur environne [...]

    2. Amazon Customer on said:

      Whenever I need a break from serious reading, I always default to Hiassen Again in Stormy Weather, he starts off with a dramatic event and character descriptions that immediately capture the reader s attention and amusement He cleverly carries each of his characters through the story in their dysfunctional, pathetic and hilarious misadventures and manages to pull all of them together for a great ending As always, the good guys go on their merry way while the bad ones, let s just say they had it [...]

    3. Patto on said:

      Carl Hiaasen is following his usual agenda in this book attacking the natural enemies of Florida insensitive tourist and rapacious economic opportunists.The scene is Southern Florida after the hurricane of the century Many homes have been reduced to rubble, because of shoddy workmanship perpetrated by corrupt construction people and politicians.All sorts of creeps and crooks are streaming into the Miami area to take advantage of the disaster, from unlicensed roofers to insurance scammers.We enco [...]

    4. Ploeppe on said:

      This is a wonderful tale, full of the twists and turns that make Hiaasen so fun It s another laugh out loud book at least I found it so and as such it is somewhat unsatisfactory for late night reading if one has a partner I was banished from the bedroom when reading this because of uncontrolled ejaculations of laughter If you like Hiaasen, you will love this one If you re new to his work, you can t go wrong with this excellent example of a genre created by Mr Hiaasen the Florida Crime Novel May [...]

    5. frumiousb on said:

      Last year, I read , my first Hiaasen novel I was really pleasantly surprised I found it fun, interesting, quirky an excellent waste of time I wanted to read something else by him and several people recommended Stormy Weather It is meant to be classic Hiaasen, whatever that means.What classic Hiaasen meant for me, unfortunately, was that it read very much like I can t help but think it a good sign when you feel that an author is formulaic after only two books.A well meaning woman makes a bad marr [...]

    6. Gary Griffiths on said:

      Carl Hiaasen has delighted readers by skewering Florida institutions ranging from trophy bass tournaments to televangelism to cosmetic surgery It is a killer hurricane that is the unlikely backdrop for Stormy Weather A host of talented writers Dave Barry and Tim Dorsey among the best feast on the seemingly endless stream of absurdity provided by Florida s uniquely bizarre mix of rednecks, lowlifes, shysters, snowbirds, and corrupt politicians But none succeed in capturing Florida with the biting [...]

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