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Nuclear jellyfish

Tim Dorsey


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Nuclear jellyfish by Tim Dorsey Download PDF EPUB FB2

In Nuclear Jellyfish Tim Dorsey has his demented protagonist Serge A. Storms discover the Nuclear jellyfish book and decide to keep a travel blog. His blog entries are some of the funniest monologues in the book, especially the hilarious Chapter This novel (the 11th in the series) also sees the return of Serges nemesis, the noir detective Agent Mahoney/5.

Nuclear Jellyfish: A Novel (Serge Storms series Book 11) - Kindle edition by Dorsey, Tim. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Nuclear Jellyfish: A Novel (Serge Storms series Book 11)/5().

“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 /5(). Nuclear Jellyfish is a funny book and Tim Dorsey is a very funny writer. In reading reviews for his other books, I have noticed that there is a temptation, almost a compulsion on the part of reviewers to compare Tim Dorsey to Carl Hiassen.

After all, both write humorous mystery stories set in Florida that skewer that state's legendary 5/5(5). Nuclear Jellyfish of New Jersey By: Jonathan Rand I liked this book because I just like American Chillers and also this one was kind of interesting that the monster is a jellyfish.

The main characters were Shayleen, Tony, and Isobel. It took place in New Jersey at the beach where Shayleen and here parents went for vacation/5. Would you consider the audio edition of Nuclear Jellyfish to be better than the print version.

Don't know, because I have not read the print verison. But I have to tell you, listening to this is a riot. Real "laugh out loud" stuff. What other book might you compare Nuclear Jellyfish to and why. Well, the other books in this series.

NUCLEAR JELLYFISH finds Serge and a reluctant Mahoney attempting to put Serge’s obsession with Florida to good use via employment with an Internet travel site. Serge’s naiveté with respect to his optimism that the travel website will want what he is selling is almost charming, given that he is less interested.

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.” + Read more ISBN:   “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.

bestselling author of /5(44). Nuclear Jellyfish: A Novel - Ebook written by Tim Dorsey. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Nuclear Jellyfish: A Novel/5(25). “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. Thebestselling author of Atomic Lobster, Triggerfish /5. Book Summary: The title of this book is Nuclear Jellyfish and it was written by Tim Dorsey.

This particular edition is in a Paperback format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by William Morrow Paperbacks and has a total of pages in the : Nuclear Jellyfish is the eleventh novel by American author Tim was released Janu Plot summary.

Nuclear Jellyfish features Dorsey's character Serge A. Storms.A mentally-disturbed vigilante anti-hero, Storms travels across Florida with sidekick Coleman to mete out his own brand of justice to miscreants, scammers and criminals while seeking out Author: Tim Dorsey.

Nuclear Jellyfish audiobook, by Tim Dorsey “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 4/5.

Catalog Nuclear jellyfish:» Book Nuclear Jellyfish: A Novel. New York: Harper, Print. Note. Citation formats are based on standards as of July Citations contain only title, author, edition, publisher, and year published.

Citations should be used as a guideline and should be double checked for accuracy. Tim Dorsey was a reporter and editor for the Tampa Tribune from toand is the author of sixteen other novels: The Riptide Ultra-Glide, Pineapple Grenade, When Elves Attack, Electric Barracuda, Gator A-Go-Go, Nuclear Jellyfish, Atomic Lobster, Hurricane Punch, The Big Bamboo, Torpedo Juice, Cadillac Beach, The Stingray Shuffle, Triggerfish /5().

Get this from a library. Nuclear jellyfish. [Tim Dorsey] -- Serge A. Storms, Florida's resident madman and serial killer, continues to dispense his own variety of justice against society's evildoers--this time he and his pal Coleman are out to get an.

Get this from a library. Nuclear jellyfish: a novel. [Tim Dorsey] -- Serge A. Storms, Florida's resident madman and serial killer, continues to dispense his own variety of justice against society's evildoers - this time he and his pal Coleman are out to get an.

Lovable sociopath Serge Storms (Atomic Lobster,etc.) goes high tech, spreading information over the Internet about Florida’s gas, food and putting in some pro bono work dispatching a pair of skinheads for roughing up a guy living in a cardboard box underneath one of Jacksonville’s seven bridges, Serge decides he needs a paying : Tim Dorsey.

The book, published inis the eleventh in a series of 13 (so far?) but the first I've read. Perhaps the series will get old before I finish all, but I do want to go back and start at the beginning. The book is crude and vulgar, has a bit of fairly explicit sex, some bad words, and lots of violence.

And I liked it. Why?/5(13). Florida's east coast is where most of the action takes place in Nuclear Jellyfish. While the reader follows Serge and his amigos on the usual bizarre and convoluted journey, much can be learned about the state's history, for all of Dorsey's books contain intricate tidbits of historical trivia/5(2).Buy Nuclear Jellyfish (Serge A.

Storms) Unabridged by Tim Dorsey, Oliver Wyman (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low /5(96).Nuclear Jellyfish: A Novel - by Tim Dorsey Although books by Mr. Dorsey have come highly recommended, and friends of mine have actually threatened me to get me to try them, I've been reluctant.

I've been a firm lover of comedic Floridian author Carl Hiaasen all my life and never felt the need to try any others books about Florida/5(9).