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A Perfect Waiter

A Perfect Waiter - Alain Claude Sulzer, John Brownjohn I thought this was a beautiful book, but if you do not like a book that is almost entirely about the psychology of the characters, with little action, you will not care for this book. Very little actually happens. It is more a study of the characters and how a couple events have affected them over the years.

A slow read for 211 pages. A read to savor as you go.