Sunday, October 13, 2013

Confessions of A Fast-Food Worker by George Dwight (Book Review)

Title: Confessions of A Fast-Food Worker by George Dwight
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
Release Date: September 2nd, 2013
Genres: Humor/Comedy, Cooking
Medium: Ebook via Author for Review (Thanks George!)

Confessions of A Fast-Food Worker was a quick-paced, interesting, funny, enjoyable read.

 In it, you meet a character unlike any other and you quickly learn why you should respect workers in the fast food industry. This novel portrays real people in real situations that make my skin absolutely crawl. I didn't see how he could make it, until I read this book.

The plot goes by without a hitch. It's very fast paced, quick to catch your attention, and hard to put down. It presents the workers in tough situations and what they have to do to make the customer hay, or what they do to get revenge. Whether it be pulling food out if the trash or refrying or undercooking, these characters are much smarter than the antagonists believe. They present ways to make more money off people, and how to give the restaurant less. Most of the ideas I would have never thought of!

The writing was pretty good.  Not the best, but very nice indeed. The dialogue maybe had a bit too much slang and a way too much cursing. The writing could have also had a bit more back story and descriptive writing. But besides this, it was very enjoyable. I will probably read part two to this.

You can also see this review at the Pure Textuality blog, where I also review books. Click here to go to the Pure Textuality blog.

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