The 'A Year of Fortunes' book is a compendium of authentic Chinese predictions. Emulating the restaurant industry's 'fortune cookie' motif, the book boasts its deviation from the gourmet norm, and instead brandishes the sub-slogan, "Without The Cookies."
Many Chinese food lovers have coveted the fortune cookie experience. A little dash of promise at the end of every meal, the wrapped up pieces of wisdom are often taken literally. While the logic may not be fully understood by interpreters of the messages, they have remained a predominant feature of eastern-themed eateries, and have continued to attract customers throughout the world. The aim the A Year of Fortunes compendium is to do away with the biscuit. In its place, this 152-paged piece offers a year's long dose of daily omniscience, minus the calories and sugar.
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