William Morrow, 2010 (2010)
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Reviewed by Mary Ann Smyth
erge and Coleman are back on the scene. It's Florida Spring Break and Serge is determined to document the whole surge to warm climes by college students. He and Coleman work their way South, picking up acolytes en route.
s they progress, they add to their entourage students who are unaware that they are targets of a mob. Coleman bakes pot brownies and sends everyone over the edge. Readers join the group in being chased by the Feds; pawning class rings; dirty dancing; and meet two very sexy bartenders who should have known better. Then there are the coke smugglers who have gone legit. And a very important question arises – how to keep beer cool on the beach.
his is a typical saga starring Serge and Coleman. It's just as whacky as all the other books that Tim Dorsey has written about these two nut cases. And it's just as delightful. Join them on their quest to record the entire college break scene and thank your lucky stars that you are only reading about them and not really in the car. Enjoy.
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