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Memoirs of a Vending Machine

Memoirs of a Vending Machine

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by James Pollard
     
 

Mike lands at Kansai Airport in Japan confident but ill prepared for his introduction to his new home. A sequence of events forces Mike on a Journey lasting all day and all night around Osaka. Meeting Mark, Jon and Jeff and other interesting and colourful characters along the way, they quickly discover the urban soul of Japan and learn enough in one day to last the

Overview

Mike lands at Kansai Airport in Japan confident but ill prepared for his introduction to his new home. A sequence of events forces Mike on a Journey lasting all day and all night around Osaka. Meeting Mark, Jon and Jeff and other interesting and colourful characters along the way, they quickly discover the urban soul of Japan and learn enough in one day to last the rest of their time in Osaka.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940011170683
Publisher:
James Pollard
Publication date:
01/03/2011
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
900,189
File size:
364 KB

Meet the Author

I lived in Japan about 12 years ago for about 7 years but now I'm back in Oz with a family and a job. I study law part-time and earn a crust teaching ESL. Writing is a hobby and way of coming to terms with my time in Japan and the transition back to life in Australia. I am pretty much done writing about Japan although modern developments such as the nuclear issue may trigger some more writing down the track. In the near future, I hope to publish a new novel I am working on as it nears completion. It's a novel about a band and that's all I want to say at this stage.

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Memoirs of a Vending Machine 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
i loved the start of the book. but after Mark meets the other men, the author seems to confuse mike for mark and vice versa. it got to be terribly confusing and a bit off-putting since mark (or mike?) who had known so little japanese that he had been lost for almost a full day suddenly meets these men and is showing off all his sudden japanese language skills, while just hours before he could barely order a take out order in japanese. confusing. i think the author needs to reread and edit the middle to ending and sort out the whole mike/mark/sudden knowledge of the japanese language magically occuring once he could show off to a group of guys.
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Kayla Christennsen More than 1 year ago
Was very poorly written and had little entertainment value..wouldnt recommend
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Muriel Dewey More than 1 year ago
I found this very entertaining. It was well written and at times made me cry with laughter. I also loved the author's use of japanese words throughout the book.
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