Book Reviews of Cadillac Beach

Cadillac Beach
Cadillac Beach
Author: Tim Dorsey
ISBN-13: 9780060794156
ISBN-10: 0060794151
Publication Date: 12/1/2004
  • Currently 4.2/5 Stars.

4.2 stars, based on 7 ratings
Book Type: Paperback
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One of the best Serge Storms books yet - gives us some good background via lots of flashbacks to his grandfather Sergio's life when "Little Serge" was but a wee little terror!
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Classic Tim Dorsey -- Coleman is back from the dead, ready to join Serge with exploits in Florida history, love, and Serge's own brand of justice.
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Serge & Lenny's florida Experience tour of Miami is an experience! Fun and bizarre.
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Discover Florida from a whole different perspective through humor, satire, social commentary and the wild antics of an anti-hero.
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Just when you thought it was safe to enjoy the serene charms of the Sunshine State, look out, Serge is Back. And busting out of Chattahoochee State Hospital, without his meds. The thrill-killing Floridaphile needs to get to the bottom of his bookie grandad's bizarre 1964 death - not to mention launch "Serge & Lenny's Florida Experience", the new Miami specialty tour venture he's cooked up with his best brain-dead buddy. It's all good.
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Hard to believe, but Dorsey's Serge and Lenny adventures get wackier, funnier and better with each book. Read 'em and weep tears of hilarity.
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Serge Storms, the history-loving, letter-writing, offbeat, possibly certifiable serial killer, returns in Dorsey's delicious sixth novel. The adventure begins, briefly, in 1964, then switches to 2004, then 1996, and then, a little bit later, to "the present," then 1963, then 1918, then--well, you get the idea. What's it about? That's harder to follow than the time frame, but try this: Serge's grandfather died 40 years ago, possibly suicide, possibly murder. The man was a bit of a blowhard, though Serge prefers to think of him as a storyteller, and others have described him as crazy. Dear ol' Granddad may, or may not, have been involved in a notorious jewel heist. And Serge, while perpetrating various scams and running afoul of various questionable individuals, wants to know how his grandpa died. Dorsey's novels are slapstick comedies, grand adventures featuring vastly larger-than-life heroes and villains, wacky plots, and plenty of laughs. Recommend this one to fans of Donald E. Westlake and Carl Hiaasen.
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And bursting out the Chattahoochee State Hospital without his meds! The thrill killing Floridaphile needs to get the bottom of his bookie grandad's bizarre 1964 death-not to mention launch "Serge & Lenny's Florida Experience," the new Miami specialty tour venture he's cooked up with his best brain dead druggie-buddy. Its all good. For Serge A. Storms, anyway. Not so much for anyone else.