Tropical Warning: An Original Serge Storms Story and Other Debris (Serge Storms, #16.5)

Tropical Warning An Original Serge Storms Story and Other Debris Serge Storms A quirky new collection by New York Times bestselling author Tim Dorsey In the tradition of Pineapple Grenade and The Riptide Ultra Glide a peculiar new volume of odds and ends from the world of ever

  • Title: Tropical Warning: An Original Serge Storms Story and Other Debris (Serge Storms, #16.5)
  • Author: Tim Dorsey
  • ISBN: 9780062331489
  • Page: 285
  • Format: ebook
  • A quirky new collection by New York Times bestselling author Tim Dorsey In the tradition of Pineapple Grenade and The Riptide Ultra Glide, a peculiar new volume of odds and ends from the world of everyone s favorite Florida psychopath Serge Storms Among the flotsam and jetsam of Dorsey s twisted universe A never before published Serge Storms short story that places the icA quirky new collection by New York Times bestselling author Tim Dorsey In the tradition of Pineapple Grenade and The Riptide Ultra Glide, a peculiar new volume of odds and ends from the world of everyone s favorite Florida psychopath Serge Storms Among the flotsam and jetsam of Dorsey s twisted universe A never before published Serge Storms short story that places the iconic antihero in one of Florida s oldest and most remote little towns.A classic travel feature in London s The Guardian detailing how you can explore Florida s most offbeat hidden corners like a true native It seems Serge s reputation has spread across the pond An exclusive teaser chapter from January 2014 s Tiger Shrimp Tango, the next installment in the never ending adventures of Serge Storms.

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    About “Tim Dorsey

    • Tim Dorsey

      Tim Dorsey was born in Indiana, moved to Florida at the age of 1, and grew up in a small town about an hour north of Miami called Riviera Beach He graduated from Auburn University in 1983 While at Auburn, he was editor of the student newspaper, The Plainsman From 1983 to 1987, he was a police and courts reporter for The Alabama Journal, the now defunct evening newspaper in Montgomery He joined The Tampa Tribune in 1987 as a general assignment reporter He also worked as a political reporter in the Tribune s Tallahassee bureau and a copy desk editor From 1994 to 1999, he was the Tribune s night metro editor He left the paper in August 1999 to write full time Tim has since published twelve novels in several languages Florida Roadkill, Hammerhead Ranch Motel, Orange Crush, Triggerfish Twist, The Stingray Shuffle, Cadillac Beach, Torpedo Juice, The Big Bamboo, Hurricane Punch, Atomic Lobster, Nuclear Jellyfish and Gator A Go Go He lives in Tampa with his family.

    455 thoughts on “Tropical Warning: An Original Serge Storms Story and Other Debris (Serge Storms, #16.5)


    • I expected so much moreI'd have to say I really expected more. This appears to be just a sample or preview and there's not much to it. Very disappointing. I typically don't bother downloading samples or preview copies for this very reason. What there WAS was entertaining enough, but if it had clearly said it was only a sample, I wouldn't have wasted my time. I'm just glad it was free. I would have felt seriously ripped off if I had paid for it


    • This is not a "Book". It is a 250 page short story.Beware! This isn't a real Book. It's a cute short story, so keep that in mind. I got this to keep me busy for a weekend and I read it in 3 hours! Typical Dorsey/Serge. Wreak havoc on unsuspecting Florida visitors. Good but SHORT.


    • Short but sweetThis book is actually two stories about Florida. Since I moved here not so long ago it piqued my interest. The stories were good but there just wasn't enough of them.


    • Good short readLove this series! i have read several of them. These are laugh out loud funny. Literally. Cannot wait for the next one!



    • This is the first short story I have read by Tim Dorsey and the best part of it was the fact it is a free Serge Storms adventure. Ergo, I understood why it was short and to be frank, I am not going to complain about that. Why? Because it was FREE! I will say it again. FREE!The story in this freebie reads like a scene from any Serge Storms book. It explores the Florida experience and gives you a quick fix before the next book. However, it is like a drug in which the "first hit is free." You want [...]


    • I found this as a free download. It is a short story.Serge is back. Along with his friend, he gives another "lesson" to another "deserving" person. As usual, his lesson is extremely violent and deadly. He also dishes up a lot of Florida trivia along the way.Serge and his friend make me think of the pair of dimwits in the movie, Dumb and Dumber. But in Serge's case it would be Psycho and Stoned. Some people might see this pair as offbeat and wacky, but I just find them as violent and miserable. T [...]


    • Don't expect too much here. TROPICAL WARNING serves as a marketing tool for Tim Dorsey's book, TIGER SHRIMP TANGO. This little ditty consists of a Serge and Coleman short story, a Florida travel piece by Dorsey and the opening chapters of TIGER SHRIMP TANGO.The short story is fun. It reads like a scene from any of the Serge Storm books without a home. The travel piece is a lot of fun and informative if you've never toured southern Florida. I skipped the preview, I'll read it when I read the book [...]


    • Tim Dorsey not only understands the Florida experience, he writes it well. You might think of Tropical Warning as a sampler of Serge Storms mayhem and merriment. Dorsey can not only get the reader to adopt a psychotic killer as a friend, he gets us rooting for Serge. We want him to do his worst, because the scumbags he encounters just deserve his ire so damn much. If you've never read any of Dorsey's series of Serge Storms adventures, this is a great starting point. You'll get the flavor of the [...]


    • I got this book as a free download and I liked it. This is the first book by Tim Dorsey that I read and I was not sure what to expect since some of the reviews went from love to not impressed at all. It was an entertaining short story, I think I might have been disappointed if I had paid for it, since it was so short, but overall I liked it. I definitely will be checking out some of Tim's regular novels since I liked his writing style.


    • Entertaining This is my first venture into the world of Serge and the short story was a good way to do it. I really liked some of the quotes, particularly the one about not letting others define your towers. I also got a kick out of his travel plan; I just may try some of those places someday! This was a free download and a quick read.


    • Serge a Florida escapeThe adventures of Serge and his adaptation to the Florida scene is refreshing to me being I am from Florida. Dorsey's style of writing is not predictable which is refreshing. This was a good little short story but I do like the series of books and the ever changing methods of demise Serge comes up with.


    • A good but short story and a travel article written for the British newspaper The Guardian make up half of this book, and an excerpt from Tiger Shrimp Tango (due out in January 2014) make up the other half. Tiger Shrimp Tango sounds like a fun romp from the prologue and first chapter excerpted here.


    • Got this as a free eBook download on . Has a short story of Serge and Coleman, a article he wrote for a newspaper and a chapter from his book that came out earlier this year.This short story was absolutely fucking amazing. Tim Dorsey never disappoints. I would love to crawl around in his brain for awhile. Love to know where he comes up with this. Highly recommend for any Serge fan.


    • Fortunately I read another book from this serious before, so I knew to expect the unexpected from Serge Storms. I enjoyed "exploring" Paynes Prairie, FL. Even better was the included article that the author wrote about touring Florida for visitors from London.


    • This is a great introduction to Serge, Coleman, and Tim Dorsey! As much as I dislike Florida - I LOVE Tim Dorsey novels. And - I'd really love to take Tim's tour of Florida as described in the travel feature (short) included.


    • It was way too short. Just two short stories that were 10 pages each. It did have the first part of Tiger Shrimp coming in Jan 2014.


    • Basically this is a short story,a flippant Florida guide book and a teaser for Dorsey's new book Tiger Shrimp Tango. I'm only disappointed that it didn't last longer.


    • I expected a little more content in this book, but it is primarily a "teaser" for Tim Dorsey books. Luckily, I didn't pay anything for it.


    • Very disappointing. I read this short story in less than five minutes, the rest of the book was an advertising for his next novel.


    • Just the mini fix of Sergei I neededThanks Mr. Dorsey! Very cool short story. Just what I needed to hold me over till January and the next full instalment of Sergei.


    • Not much but it's freeIt was free so I can't complain. Something to read I guess. I did or some of Tim Dorsey's books.


    • A great little visit from Serge before the next novel length story comes out in January. The Florida travel article was funny too.



    • typical Serge - I enjoy just about any Serge story. I also enjoyed the article/essay about what to do when you visit Florida.



    • An ok introduction to Tim Dorsey writing. Each story felt rather disjointed, though. I'm sure I'll still read some other books by him.


    • Still a great seriesServe is back in a short and amusing story. Tim throws in an essay and it is a great change of pace. Enjoy.



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