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How Starbucks Saved My Life by Michael Gates Gill
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Jan 07, 2009

did not like it

I forced myself to finish this. It was predictable, slow and painfully drawn-out. The entire book is basically this man talking about coffee and making coffee and how he has trouble making coffee and why he likes making coffee. He talks about how he used to work at an ad agency and what he learned at the ad agency and how it's different from making coffee and how he loves making coffee but he has trouble making coffee and he was good at working at an ad agency and how it's different from making coffee and how he has trouble making coffee but he loves it anyway and he tries real hard....for 268 pages (although I skipped a few because I knew that it was about coffee.)
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message 1: by Liz (new) - rated it 4 stars

Liz your review made me laugh, one of the better ones.


Laura Yes, but what did he have to say about coffee?


message 3: by Lori (new)

Lori Funny review. Now i don't have to read the book - thanks!


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