Praise for "Bad Monkey"
"Inspired . . . Another marvelously entertaining Hiaasen adventure."
"Hiaasen is laugh-out-loud funny and thoroughly entertaining."
--Thomas Gaughan, "Booklist "(starred)
Praise for the work of Carl Hiaasen
"Carl Hiaasen isn't just Florida's sharpest satirist--he's one of the few funny writers left in the whole country . . . I think of him as a national treasure."
--Malcolm Jones, "Newsweek"
"Does anyone remember what we did for fun before Hiaasen began turning out his satirical comedies?"
--Alan Cheuse, S"an Francisco Chronicle"
"Hiaasen [is] a superb national satirist . . . A great American writer about the great American subjects of ambition, greed, vanity and disappointment."
--Mark Harris, "Entertainment Weekly"
"Hiaasen's wasteland is as retributive as Cormac McCarthy's, but funnier. . . . [His] pacing is impeccable, and the scenes follow one another like Lay's potato chips."
--John Leland, "The New York Times Book Review"
"Hiaasen [is] king of the screwball comedies . . . A truly original comic novelist . . . The charismatic, animated characters deliver lines that will bring tears of laughter to even the most jaundiced readers . . . This is top-notch storytelling by a truly original comic novelist."
--Clayton Moore, "Rocky Mountain News"
"Carl Hiaasen is a lot like Evelyn Waugh. . . . Both simmer with rage; both are consumed with the same overwhelming vision . . . [both] write the funniest English of this century."
--Carolyn See, "The Washington Post"
"Hiaasen [is] in the company of Preston Sturges, Woody Allen, and S. J. Perelman."
--Janet Maslin, "The New York Times"
"A big-hearted and deeply funny book . . . All of Carl Hiaasen's obsessions are on full-tilt boogie."
--Adam Woog, "The Seattle Times"
"Hiaasen, like Elmore Leonard, shouldn't be missed. . . .""Hiaasen throws his colorful chashow more