Coffee, Tea or Me?

Coffee, Tea or Me?

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Coffee, Tea or Me? 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 14 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was actually written by a publicist for Pan Am, a guy by the name of Donald Bain.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I don't remember the story or how it went, I just remember reading the book in 7th grade and thinking it was a great story.  I loved it.  I may change my mind now as an adult, but don't know.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My mom had the whole series when I was a teen. As she finished each one I would fight my sister as to who would read it first. This is the one that started it all for me, the story was funny and easy to read.
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Dont be offended by terms for homosexuals its a sign of the time. Funny light hearted read
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Guest More than 1 year ago
I remember the book and the movie. Both were great. I also wanted to be a 'stew' when I was young. What a glamarous life. Flying from place to place and enjoying the antics of people in general. A life of real flirting, real sex, and real adventure. A very memorable book and movie. Always will be.
Guest More than 1 year ago
To paraphrase Carol...I first read Coffee Tea Or Me when I was 12 also! I reread this book every year. Ms. Baker and Ms. Jones impressed me because they were real women who didn't work in a factory or shop and they met all kinds of people! They also escaped their hometowns...which I did.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A must read, especially these days. When passengers behavior has become so questionable towards flight attendants, it's nice to be reminded of an era when fun, glamour, adventure and even sex were something to smile about. All while idolizing a workforce for living out our own dreams.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I first read 'Coffee,Tea or Me' when I was 12 and reread it for more years then I can count. I wanted to be a 'stewardess' because of it. At 20 my dream came true and loved every minute of it for 27 years. This book is not all fact but it sure is a lot of fun.I am thrilled it's being rereleased I lost my copy on a layover.
Guest More than 1 year ago
The high star rating is because the book is so well written and entertaining in spite of there being so much I disagree with and resent. Don't get me started on the 'You Seemed So Normal' chapter, or rather, let's. The stereotypical notion of the homosexual by the shrewish Sixties straight female who resents gay men because we lessen her chances or gay women because they give them an added burden to contend with. Puh-leeze!!!! And the heterosexist garbage, from the cartoon drawings highlighting T and A to satiatingly satisfying the prurient tastes of the straight suburban male all harken back to a time it is better so many of us escaped from! To reissue this tripe is almost a yearning for that time to return--but do we really want it to? I don't think so? Has it ever completely gone away? No! Le plus ca change, le plus meme chose!