Got it on Christmas eve, finished it on Christmas day- very very easy reading.

It’s basically about this guy, Michael Gill who literally had it all, the to-die-for career, money, his shoulders rubbing against the shoulders of the rich and famous etc. He later, after some unfortunate incidents, lost it all, and ended up being employed at the age of 63 at Starbucks ; cleaning the toilet, arranging the muffins etc. He shares his experience of discovering a new sense of being and happiness at Starbucks.

It’ll make a great, no maybe just good Hallmark feel good, motivating movie. The book’s okay, nothing to shout out loud about.