Book Reviews of The Man Who Invented Florida (Doc Ford, Bk 3)

The Man Who Invented Florida (Doc Ford, Bk 3)
The Man Who Invented Florida - Doc Ford, Bk 3
Author: Randy Wayne White
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ISBN-13: 9780312953980
ISBN-10: 0312953984
Publication Date: 3/15/1997
Pages: 294
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 64 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Book Type: Paperback
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A most enjoyable, fun book to read.
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My first Doc Ford novel. I thoroughly enjoyed the off-beat characters, the gentle pace, the humor. I'll be keeping an eye out for other Randy White books.
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I very much enjoy the Doc Ford series. But I didn't think this entry measured up to the high bar set by the others in the series that I have had the pleasure to read.
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Bubbles like a fountian of wit.... A wildly inventive storyteller whose witty, offbeat novels come packed with pleasure.
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Similar to Carl Hiaasen but more realistic. Involves several far out characters who live in the Everglades who are trying to stop further development. Enjoyable, humorous read.
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Very tedious, hard to get through this book, the last 25 pages are pretty good...
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Loved it! Especially the discovery that the three missing men weren't actually missing. What a twist! What the Denver Post wrote is true: "The best (new) writer since Carl Hiassen. I can't wait to read another White novel.