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North of Havana

Sunday, June 27, 2010

North of Havana (1997) Randy Wayne White

Dewey has come to visit Doc over the Christmas holidays, unfortunately, Doc also received a call from Tomlinson who is trapped in Havana because the Cuban authorities have confiscated his boat No Mas. Tomlinson wants Ford to bring him the money to get his boat out of hoc, unfortunately, Ford was in Cuba before–and he really doesn’t think it would be safe for him to go back.

But this is Tomlinson, who is still trying to get over coming back from the dead (which has sadly made Tomlinson ever more flaky than he was before) so Ford feels obliged (through friendship) to go.

I…am still not sure how I feel about this book.

Tomlinson is acting even more flaky than usual, however, he has good reason to to do. I’m also not sure about Dewey and how she was acting. Essentially, everyone but Ford seemed to be acting strangely, however, they did have reason to act strangely… thus, I just don’t know how I feel about this book.
Rating: 6/10

Published by Berkley

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