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The Teas That Bind

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The Teas That Bind is the first book from J. C. Greenway, an English writer based in Japan. It is a collection of posts first written for the website ten minutes hate about life in Japan before and since the Great East Japan Earthquake in March 2011. It also includes a selection of emails, status updates and tweets from the days after the disaster and the following year, c ...more
Paperback, 192 pages
Published March 10th 2012 by
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Our Man was reluctant to read and review this book for three reasons: Could this be any good? (it's just a collection of blog posts, dammit); how can he be honest about it, as Jo is a friend? Jo did much to make Quakebook the success it was, how can anyone trust anything Our Man says about this book?

Then he read it.

It is a collection of blog posts, but edited ones with some more writing too. But it's one of those books where the whole is more than the sum of its constituent parts. There is a thr
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J. C. Greenway was born in Liverpool and lives in Tokyo, where she writes the website ten minutes hate, follows Liverpool FC and drinks a fair amount of tea.
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