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Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser
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Have you ever thought of the fast food industry and what really is the secret behind all these money making fast good restaurants like Mcdonalds? Well if you did, then this book is certainly for you but not only does it give you some history about the fast food restaurants but also a lot of stories and recipes that made these restaurant to how these restaurants are today. Fast Food Nation talk about the whole background of many fast food restaurants and also the history of some foods created.
Inside this book you will see many tragedies that were also sacrificed to how these restaurant became who they were today. Many accidents even cause death back then because of hard working condition in factories to create these food. Some backgrounds of these food were where it came from, how did it start and who came up with these great ideas that grew into something very big that is still here now a days.
I read the book and personally it's not really much of a story but a lot of facts where some are very interesting and some are just facts more like textbook boring facts. I recommend this book to people who always wonder what is in their food and anyone who enjoys reading long texts about a relating topic. In my opinion this book wasn't the best but the cover is attracting to your attention
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