Monday, November 15, 2010


I did not like this book written by Carl Hiaasen. Noah's dad has a little problem with anger control. He tried to stop the Coral Queen casino boat's illegal dumping . . . by sinking the boat. But his bold protest fizzles: within days the casino is back in business, and Noah's dad is behind bars and out of action. Now Noah is determined to succeed where his father failed. But even though pumping raw sewage into the waters of the Florida Keys is both gross and against the law, turns out it’s near impossible to catch the flusher – especially when he’s already bamboozled the prosecutors and the local press.

The part detailing the sewage was gross, and I didn’t like the approach to environmental activism. The plot is similar to Hoot but it doesn't have the same characters.


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