History Creator / CarlHiaasen

1st Feb '14 8:52:02 AM lipranzer
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* ''Literature/BadMonkey''
9th Jan '14 3:29:24 PM MarchVee
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Changed link to Star Island
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* ''StarIsland'' ''Literature/StarIsland''
30th Oct '13 5:47:20 PM elsiehama
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Wrong book, haha!
** According to ''Chomp'', where he features as one of the minor characters, he's apparently dumped five tons of raw garbage on someones car because that person was ''littering''.
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** According to ''Chomp'', ''Scat'', where he features as one of the minor characters, he's apparently dumped five tons of raw garbage on someones car because that person was ''littering''.
2nd Aug '13 5:30:26 PM LTR
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* IronicEcho: In ''Tourist Season'', Skip Wiley has written a column wishing Florida would get hit by a hurricane. In ''Stormy Weather'', when a hurricane hits, Skink is eager and ready to see it hit.
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* IronicEcho: In ''Tourist Season'', Skip Wiley has written a column wishing Florida would get hit by a hurricane. In ''Stormy Weather'', when a hurricane hits, Skink is eager and ready to see it hit.it.

* RecurringCharacter: Former governor Clint Tyree (though he prefers to be called "Skink" or "Captain") appears in six of Hiaasen's novels, state trooper Jim Tile appears in five, detective sergeant Al Garcia appears in four (though none since ''Literature/StripTease''), and Twilly Spree appears in two, plus one of the young adult novels.
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* RecurringCharacter: Former governor Clint Tyree (though he prefers to be called "Skink" or "Captain") appears in six of Hiaasen's novels, state trooper Jim Tile appears in five, detective sergeant Al Garcia appears in four (though none since ''Literature/StripTease''), and Twilly Spree appears in two, plus one of the young adult novels. Some characters "recur" by never appearing, but by being mentioned by others in passing.

** ''Native Tongue'' has a theme park similar to DisneyWorld. ** The villain of ''Basket Case'' is a takeoff on CourtneyLove, and the teen idol singer in ''Star Island'' seems very similar to LindsayLohan and BritneySpears. ** ''Star Island'' can be seen as a TakeThat at both pop-star celebrities and the {{Paparazzi}} who stalk them.
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** ''Double Whammy'' and ''Lucky You'' feature dishonest evangelists who fake miracles and use their audience's donations to run their business empires. A swipe at 1980's era "televangelists". ** ''Native Tongue'' has a theme park similar to DisneyWorld. Walt Disney World being run by an ex-mobster. ** The villain of ''Basket Case'' is a takeoff on CourtneyLove, and the teen idol singer in ''Star Island'' seems very similar to LindsayLohan and BritneySpears. CourtneyLove. ** ''Star Island'' can be seen as a TakeThat at both pop-star celebrities (the teen idol antagonist seems very similar to LindsayLohan and BritneySpears) and the {{Paparazzi}} who stalk them.
30th Jun '13 8:35:45 AM Ionz
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** According to ''Chomp'', where he features as one of the minor characters, he's apparently dumped five tons of raw garbage on someones car because that person was ''littering''.
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