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Cigar Companion (Connoisseur's Guides) Hardcover – May 31, 2005
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In addition, the writing style is similar to that of a high school student. The many typographical errors, grammatical mistakes, and poorly formulated sentences show that very little thought or effort went into its production.
Overall, it is a good book for beginners who don't care whether the author shows at least a college level mastery of the English language or not.
1. Cigar brands with history and advice on their best production, with notes, year made....
2. Nice section containg what is considered to be the best cigars ever made.
A joy to read, light hearted strongly recommended.
This is a very light read, and a short book compared to Gage's book. Still being a rather quick read, I enjoyed it. I have included this book in to my personal library. Now to really put it into perspective, I would get rid of this book before I got rid of either of Gage's books, and no, I'm not Gage's grandfather.
Owen M. McKinney
But as reported earlier, it need more advance or detailed information. They could of put some of their Cigar 101, like info on the beetle, and how to deal with it; The counterfeit gallery etc... But instead, a lot of the book sounds like a sales pitch, saying cigar's are good, these popular peoples smoke cigars etc... (actually that list of Hollywood peoples smoking is repeated twice, and we got a photo gallery of them, so they are listed 3 times).
1st, I never started smoking cigars because it's cool or a Hollywood star is smoking, I DON'T CARE!
2nd, They try to hard at some point, it feel like a propaganda book, and when they give you facts, one is cautious of the Bias of these so called "facts".
All in all, a nice quick propaganda book with some basic cigar information.