Breakfast Tea & Bourbon



[Reading] ➸ Breakfast Tea & Bourbon Author Pete Bissonette – E17streets4all.co.uk Solve this novel’s mystery to find where real treasure lay hidden Follow five best friends who sign up for a treasure hunt rent a dilapidated RV and head out on the search This funny and uirky novel Solve this novel’s mystery to find where real treasure lay hidden Follow five best friends who sign up for a treasure hunt rent a dilapidated RV and head out on the search This funny and uirky novel is a story within a story because woven between the lines are clues to an actual treasure that was hidden for you to find.Breakfast Tea & Bourbon

For over three decades Pete Bissonette has been helping millions get from life while leading Learning Strategies a personal development training and publishing company in Minneapolis In Breakfast Tea Bourbon he shows a way to inner joy and happiness through an outer game that demands from us creativity ingenuity and resourcefulness It’s a free spirited novel treasure hunt and a road.

Breakfast Tea & Bourbon PDF/EPUB µ Breakfast Tea
  • Hardcover
  • 208 pages
  • Breakfast Tea & Bourbon
  • Pete Bissonette
  • English
  • 25 September 2016
  • 9781935200352

10 thoughts on “Breakfast Tea & Bourbon

  1. says:

    Thinly Veiled Advertising This is basically a story of a group of friends going on a treasure hunt trying to find a treasure based on a list of clues which mirrored in real life a treasure hunt with clues from the story I don't think I could have ever found the treasure based on the clues besides someone found it in August I believe Also throughout the book it felt as though the author was trying to sell products made by his company Learning Strategies or to encourage me to try his favorite brand of bourbon I won this book in a giveaway

  2. says:

    Breakfast Tea and Bourbon is first an eminently readable funny novel about friendsFriends you wish were yours I planned to only read for a half hour and found myself glued to the book until I finishedit It’s also a treasure hunt which if you follow the clues could have you winning 50000 And along the way you’ll join the friends on a spiritual journey that could just land you a bigger prize theroad to inner happiness and well beingI received an advance review copy and I thoroughly enjoyed the book

  3. says:

    This was a great story on friendships exciting journeys serendipity and treasure I am not that great of a sleuth so some of the hidden clues in the story are still well hidden But I enjoyed the ride a great deal

  4. says:

    Funny uirky uick read Worth buying the book even if you aren't into the treasure hunt

  5. says:

    “Breakfast Tea Bourbon” eBook was published in 2017 and was written by Pete Bissonette This appears to be Mr Bissonette’s first book I received an ARC of this novel through in return for a fair and honest review I categorize this novel as ‘G’ as far as I read The primary character is Nels Ware who sets off with four friends in search of a hidden treasure He has looked at the clues and thinks he knows the location Off they go in a dilapidated RV to retrieve the 50000 and have a lot of fun along the way I gave this book about 40 minutes of my time and reached the 17% point when I just had to call a ‘Rule of 50’ on it By that point they were on their way and had only accomplished drinking Beyond two drink recipes where the primary ingredient was Bourbon and a recipe for making olive spread the story had really gone no where Usually by the 10% point at least you know the basic plot and the antagonists This book had sounded interesting when I read the abstract I was disappointed Oh and there are clues in the story that are supposed to lead you to find a real 50000 The cover art is OK I give this novel a 2 out of 5 Further book reviews I have written can be accessed at

  6. says:

    I'm not going to lie I expected a fun uirky summer read involving a group of friends going on a road trip to hunt down a treasure Maybe an aged up literary edition of Without A PaddleWhat I got instead was as another user on here had mentioned a super long commercial for Learning Strategies the author's personal development training and publishing company There is not a single chapter where the author does not try to sell you something off his website whether it be a Paraliminal audio course or a class on Feng Shui It eclipses what could have otherwise been a fun novelThe plot circles on a group of five friends who only seemed concerned with alcohol and New Age self help teachings Their ages and life scenarios are kept vague until stated otherwise They do not go then a day without a hard drink even including recipes for cocktails Normally I'd be fine with this but they keep dropping the names of the liuor companies as they do the author's own publishing company This isn't a novel It's a glorified advertisement

  7. says:

    This book follows five friends Nelson Tom Sue Lane and B Earl on a treasure hunt for 50000 It starts with Nelson accidentally tumbling upon the treasure hunt and engaging his friends to follow the adventure with him Nelson very uickly solved the puzzle but his friends want to try to solve it as they follow their adventure in a rented RVOverall the book was an easy read It was great to see how these individuals have been through some ups and downs together and have remained friends throughout the years However there were times when I had difficulty following a few sections as I couldn’t tell if it was a past memory or something happening in present time I also felt the book was one long advertisement for Learning Strategies the company the author works for

  8. says:

    Throughout 2016 I received a lot of books in the mail from publishing houses around the world This was one of them which I took to New York with me Sadly my thoughts on this book aren't good and even when I struggled to sleep while sharing a room with three other people on my trip this couldn't hold my attention as much as I hoped it would Instead I was glad to get it over and done with and believe I left it in the hotel room glad to be rid of it

  9. says:

    I have no idea what the clues even are But at least it was an entertaining read

  10. says:

    This a great story with useful information in While I didn't figure out where he had hidden his treasure I did figure out the ending which was pretty spectacular

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