Dufris, an award-winning narrator with more than 200 audiobooks to his credit, transforms much of this unabridged production of Rowe's striking debut fiction into riveting sequences that come close to simulating a full-cast recording. With the help of a mysterious woman and his own instincts, he might find the one path that could allow him to survIve. Jacket praise from James Patterson, George Pelecanos, Jeffery Deaver and Les Standiford. Frankly long and rather dull with a simple and predictable plotline. Fever is the story of Shannon's race to unravel the deadly labyrinth. The concept of hi-jacking a cruise ship should have lead to an exciting thriller, but, it didn't.
Action packed page turner that I couldn't wait to get back to every time I put it down. A compelling thriller from a great new talent. It's a career move that owes more to personal weaknesses than to his fondness for the Miami sun. Hardback black cloth spine, orange titles, blue boards. Fever is the story of Shannon's race to unravel the deadly labyrinth he's trapped in.
Fever es una novela sin pretensiones que narra el secuestro de un trasatlántico por parte de un pequeño grupo que quiere dar el gran golpe, pues sabe del cargamento secreto que el barco transporta. Sean thinks of things and says things in ways i'd never think of. In fact love, brotherly and the other kind is probably at the heart of this story. Very minimal damage to the cover including scuff marks, but no holes or tears. Read by the always reliable William Dufris, the first person perspective plays into such classics as Double Indemnity and The Postman Always Rings Twice. Cain meets Elmore Leonard - hijacking a cruise ship is just the first step in one man's sprint to deliverance - or destruction. Lleno de tópicos y situaciones mil veces antes leídas, pero entretenido.
Bookseller: , Michigan, United States Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 2005. You can listen to the full audiobook Fever, free at our library. Authors and publishers: If you wish to make changes to a bio, send the complete biography as you would like it displayed so that we can replace the old with the new. Only once he's cornered does Shannon learn his stepbrother's real plan-a cruise ship job that could make enough money to last their lifetimes. In the novel's explosive opening, Shannon's stepbrother, Jack Fontana, puts his back against the wall.
In the spring of 1999, after being hit by a train and sustaining serious injuries, Rowe left South Florida and moved to a friend's farm in North Carolina. What you really need is to find some noble exit. The malformed love triangle between Shannon, his brother, and Julia pays off in a tasty neo-noir style. Bookseller: , California, United States. Sean Rowe is a friend of mine. In the novel's explosive opening, Shannon's stepbrother, Jack Fontana, puts his back against the wall.
So on you go: another day, another drink. Sean Rowe does just about everything right - think Ocean's Eleven meets Carl Hiaasen, except Fever is better than that. There he recuperated and began writing fiction. Does he think there are pineapple farms and orange groves there, too? The place made its own beer: raspberry, India pale ale, one that tasted like molasses. None of it goes exactly according to plan and that makes it all the better to follow.
Y debo decirles que la oferta literaria en lengua extranjera en Armaçao de Per Uf… Háganse a la idea, estimados lectores. At a waterfront reunion, Fontana gives Shannon what looks like a game controller - and before he knows what's he's done, Shannon has sunken a freighter in Miami's shipping lane, and his fingerprints are on the device that sent the signal. Oddly enough, the only voice that doesn't quite hit the bull's-eye is Shannon's. Cain meets Elmore Leonard hijacking a cruise ship is just the first step in one man's sprint to deliverance or destruction. Please email us if you would like further information or if you would like us to send you a picture of the book. With Fever, author Rowe gives us lucky readers a story that's both a sweaty-palm nautical thriller and a tale echoing the Florida crime writing tradition at its best, all told in his own hard-hitting, stylish voice. Una de las cosas que más me llamó la atención no está en la novela, sino en los agradecimientos: Doy las gracias a mi agente literaria porque si no fuera por ella yo aún estaría durmiendo en mi furgoneta.
From 1990-1999 he worked as a staff writer for the weekly Miami New Times and New Times Broward-Palm Beach. He served as a national editor for New Times Inc. The pricing is extremely reasonable too. Así que me puse a buscar algo que leer los dos últimos días. Cain meets Elmore Leonard - hijacking a cruise ship is just the first step in one man's sprint to deliverance - or destruction.
Matt owes Jack big time. Bookseller: , Gwent, United Kingdom Boston: Little, Brown and Company, 2005. I figured it didnt get any better by page 80, so I set it down. The crew, on paper at least, looks like it should be able to handle anything. Fever is the story of Shannon's race to unravel the deadly labyrinth he's trapped in. Y no se puede decir mucho más a su favor.