This memoir depicts the Waffle House as a microcosm of humanity where Gandhi would not be out of place meeting the twelve disciples and hookers and addicts sit in booths next to agents of the Department of Justice. It shows a world where coffee is the beverage of communion, good and evil become blurred, and real life never mirrors exploits in the movies. Looking back on his journey for justice in an unjust world, Smith recalls various events in his career not as heroic adventures but as daily procedures where he does what ...

Waffle House Diaries 2012, Bluehotel Press

ISBN-13: 9780615610542

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