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Comfort Food and Making Money - Am I Dreaming?,
This review is from: How to Open a Financially Successful Pizza & Sub Restaurant (Paperback)Henkel and Brown seem to understand that Pizza is one of the top comfort foods of America. They tease you with recipes, teach you a history lesson that will allow you to win Final Jeopardy someday, then convince you that yes, you too could open a successful Pizza and Sub Restaurant. And, did I mention that they do it in a way that isn't belabored, or a do-it-yourself for dummies? No, they talk about everything, location, set up, menu selection, unicode and health department issues, and all the other liabilities that owning a pizza/sub shop brings mind. But, while they mention it all, they continue to tell you that you can do it, and you can be successful. The book is written to energize and motivate so that when you take the plunge and start to form your own company, not only will the pizza be great - so will your bottom line.
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Initial post: Jan 3, 2010 11:09:47 PM PST
Buyer beware: This Amazon reviewer only reviews books by Atlantic Publishing, and only gives them five stars (the same as the other reviewers who also gave this same book five stars). Tsk Tsk.
Posted on Mar 13, 2010 2:14:29 AM PST
Reason Over Rant says:
No, you're not dreaming - it really is another fake review by the shills at Atlantic Publishing praising their own book and hoping you don't notice the scam.
L. Salazar, all you review are books published by Atlantic Publishing and you rate them all 5 stars. You reviewed 5 Atlantic Publishing books in one day and four Atlantic Publishing books in another single day. Not one word of even minor criticism in any review. These books were all perfect. Nothing about any of them disappointed you in the slightest. Amazing!
Or ... these are bogus reviews written by someone associated with Atlantic Published and posted as pseudo advertisements to sell more books by tricking Amazon customers into thinking these are objective reviews from actual readers.
Any publishing company that has to stoop to posting fake reviews must not publish very good books.
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