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Literary Starbucks characters ↠ 107 ☆ ❰BOOKS❯ ✫ Literary Starbucks Author Nora Anderson Katz – Berkingmad.co.uk From the creators of the eponymous viral Tumblr comes a single day with your favorite authors in one Twilight Zone esue StarbucksEver wonder which intricate elaborately named drinks might be consumed From BOOKS Literary Starbucks Author Nora Anderson Katz Berkingmad.co.uk From the creators of the eponymous viral Tumblr comes a single day with your favorite authors in one Twilight Zone esue StarbucksEver wonder which intricate elaborately named drinks might be consumed From the creators of the eponymous viral Tu.

Nora Anderson Katz ó 7 review

Look no further; Literary Starbucks explores such pressing matters with humor and erudition Set over the course of a single day and replete with puns and satirized literary styles the three authors go darker stronger and global than the blog in book format including illustrations by acclaimed New Yorker cover artist and cartoonist Harry Blis.

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Literary StarbucksMblr comes a single day with your favorite authors in one Twilight Zone esue StarbucksEver wonder which intricate elaborately named drinks might be consumed if your favorite authors and characters wandered into a Starbucks How many pumpkin lattes JK Rowling would drink Or if Cormac McCarthy needed caffeine which latte would be laconic enough.

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  • karen

    Literary Starbucks characters ↠ 107 Literary Starbucksi love the idea behind this book but i'm only medium on it in terms of did it amuse mefirst of all i know nothing about starbucks maybe i lack a sophisticated enough palate i live on dunkin' donuts and NYFC deli coffee but starbucks just tastes acidic and burnt to me and i don't like flavored coffee in general or understand why anyone would want to huck so much extra stuff into their coffee i have overheard other people ordering coffee t


  • alex

    Literary Starbucks characters ↠ 107 Literary Starbucksi read this in the barnes and noble starbucks i did not order anything i also did not buy the book i feel sort of bad about that


  • Morris

    Literary Starbucks characters ↠ 107 Literary StarbucksIf you're a bibliophile can't imagine life without Starbucks andor are a hipster then this is the book for you The entries are very clever Many of them made me laugh out loudThis unbiased review is based upon a copy of the book won through the Goodreads First Re


  • Rosie

    Literary Starbucks characters ↠ 107 Literary StarbucksSo I don't really know a lot about Starbucks but I do know a lot about books so I got most of the humor of this book This book imagines authors and characters of books going into Starbucks and ordering their drink of choice Along with each order is some reference to the author's life or the plot involving the characters Some made me laugh such as the ones about the March sisters and Tom Sawyer but there were a few I didn't get If you enjoy literary humor with a side of Starbucks this is another one for you to try


  • Kaethe Douglas

    Literary Starbucks characters ↠ 107 Literary StarbucksI have been a Starbucks in a Barnes and Noble barista and I remember the authors mural well Huh I don't know if they still use it This book is a better tribute to both the coffee shops and to the authors than any I could imagine The Tumblr was amusing so I was predisposed to like this But these clever people made it better they gave it a story arc and lots of interaction and there are illustrations by Harry Bliss It is still fundamenta


  • Margaret Carpenter

    Literary Starbucks characters ↠ 107 Literary StarbucksHilarious and brilliant I should read


  • Laura

    Literary Starbucks characters ↠ 107 Literary StarbucksWasn't really that funny At first I assumed I just wasn't getting the jokes because I wasn't familiar with every literary reference made in the book But even with the authors and characters I'm very familiar with I either did not get the joke or I got it but it wasn't funny at all John Green's was ridiculous The only ones I liked were George RR Martin's and Lemony Snicket's Every other reference was just trying way too hard


  • Diane

    Literary Starbucks characters ↠ 107 Literary StarbucksA friend sent this to me and it was good for a giggle I used to teach 8th grade and the humor was a bit like smart literary minded 8th graders Clever but silly I don't know much about Starbucks drinks so part of that humor escaped me but I DID get MOST of the literary references


  • Janie Savage-Bond

    Literary Starbucks characters ↠ 107 Literary StarbucksMore like 275ish It's hard to say Some of the references and books mentioned were a little too obscure to me but it's not the book's fault Some of the few passages I did understand got me laughing out loud while some of them left me indifferent So idk


  • Selah Pike

    Literary Starbucks characters ↠ 107 Literary StarbucksA few good laughs a lot of references I didn’t get and some real duds Even my 13 year old groaned over the Suzanne Collins one—it was basically a dad joke 25 stars