Syrup



Syrup When Scat comes up with the idea for the hottest new soda ever, he s sure he ll retire the next rich, savvy marketing success story But in the treacherous waters of corporate America there are no sure things and suddenly Scat has to save not only his idea but his yet to be realized career With the help of the scarily beautiful and brainy 6, he sets out on a mission to r Download Syrup by Max Barry – heartforum.co.uk

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  • Paperback
  • 294 pages
  • Syrup
  • Max Barry
  • English
  • 10 February 2017
  • 0140291873

10 thoughts on “Syrup

  1. Tfitoby says:

    A scathing satire of the marketing and film industry that isgeneric and stupid than biting and hilarious.Syrup is the debut novel from Max Barry published in 1999 and made in to a feature movie in 2013 Scat is a young, hip, marketing graduate who has a million dollar idea stolen from him by his best friend, an event which catapults him in to a game of cat and mouse one upmanship with the help of sexy Coca Cola executive 6 It has been marketed as a brilliant send up of celebrity, sexual p A scathing satire of the marketing and film industry that isgeneric and stupid than biting and hilarious.Syrup is the debut novel from Max Barry published in 1999 and made in to a feature movie in 2013 Scat is a young, hip, marketing graduate who has a million dollar idea stolen from him by his best friend, an event which catapults him in to a game of cat and mouse one upmanship with the help of sexy Coca Cola executive 6 It...

  2. Kelly says:

    I started reading Syrup last night and, after thirty minutes, I had to tear myself away I wanted an early night Today, all the STUFF I needed that early night for sat untended as I settled into a cosy corner of the couch and finished the entire book I took one break for food.Luckily, at three hundred odd pages, Syrup is not a long book In fact, it s just the right length for an indulgent morning on the couch , which is refreshing I m all for reading an epic trilogy, but sometimes you just I started reading Syrup last night and, after thirty minutes, I had to tear myself away I wanted an early night Today, all the STUFF I needed that early night for sat untended as I settled into a cosy corner of the couch and finished the entire book I took one break for food.Luckily, at three hundred odd pages, Syrup is not a long book In fact, it s just the right length for an indulgent morning on the couch , which is refreshing I m all for reading an epic trilogy, but sometimes you just need to ...

  3. Jess says:

    I don t know if it s the fact that this book is too naive for me or I just missed out on how it s supposed to be sharp and sarcastically funny , but either way I thought this book was pretty dumb As a previous reviewer commented, I like reading stories about somewhat realistic people doing somewhat realistic things I stopped falling for the lame hype of downtown LA and the corporate world a long time ago, and Syrup doesn t even do the glittering, star studded streets justice in this novel I don t know if it s the fact that this book is too naive for me or I just missed out on how it s supposed to be sharp and sarcastically funny , but either way I thought this book was pretty dumb As a previous reviewer commented, I like reading stories about somewhat realistic people doing somewhat realistic things I stopped falling for the lame hype of downtown LA and the corporate world a long time ago, and Syrup doesn t even do the glittering, star studded streets justice in this novel The characters are extremely under developed and unmotivated In fact, they aren t even likeable or unlikeable they just exist The plot is completely unstructured, the only benefit being that you never know what s going to happen next The downside being that what happens is usually stupid, unrealistic and uninterest...

  4. Mary ~Ravager of Tomes~ says:

    Syrup is the story of the ups and downs and downs and downs and downs of a man, Scat, who is desperate to gain fame and fortune While trying to pitch his idea for a new flavor of Coca Cola, Scat finds himself quickly learning how cutthroat the world of corporate marketing can be and discovering how he may have to conform in order to accomplish his dreams.So I have read a couple of Maxx Barry s books, and I will say that reading only one will not give you a good grasp on what to expect from an Syrup is the story of the ups and downs and downs and downs and downs of a man, Scat, who is desperate to gain fame and fortune While trying to pitch his idea for a new flavor of Coca Cola, Scat finds himself quickly learning how cutthroat the world of corporate marketing can be and discovering how he may have to conform in order to accomplish his dreams.So I have read a couple ...

  5. Sarah says:

    Maxx Barry s Syrup is an absolutely HILARIOUS satire about marketing and Corporate America Barry s first novel is so sarcastic and unique that readers won t help but love it Scat is a young twenty something man who develops a new brand of soda called Fukk While preparing to have it officially branded and presented to a massive corporation leading in soda products, his roommate Sneaky Pete steals his invention and tries to pass it off as his own.Coming to Scat s rescue to help him undermine the Maxx Barry s Syrup is an absolut...

  6. Jo says:

    Syrup is the story of Scat, a recent marketing graduate, and his introduction into the fast paced, back stabbing world of corporate corruption I mean, marketing His easy road to world domination or, at least, fame and fortune is blocked by two other marketing graduates 6, the smart, sexy, and completely ruthless love of Scat s life, and Sneaky Pete, a man who is so cool he doesn t even need to speak to be successful.Each chapter of the book is divided into small sections, e...

  7. Ida says:

    I loved this book Its fast paced, light but well written read The book is about a creative marketing grad who landed an ironic drink idea which not incidentally named Fukk that grounded his experience in the real dog eat dog corporate world.I loved the character Sneaky Pete, that his chosen name escaped everyone and how his viciousness carried so much weight without burde...

  8. Madara says:

    It was just too much.Tr s idejas samestas kop un beig s samiks tas par lekcijas cien gu m rketinga paraugstunda ar pacelt m uzac m happy ending love story.K p c.

  9. Susie says:

    I gave this book 3 5 stars on InsatiableBooksluts.com.Review excerpt Meh.Syrup is a big meh.Max Barry himself said in a pretty good interview that, if he had it to do over again, he would rewrite the last third of the book The last third of the book was the part I actually enjoyed the most it was the first two thirds t...

  10. Bandit says:

    I love Max Barry s books I ve read all of them now, but out of chronological order, so this one, his debut novel, I ended up reading just now So nice to find out that he was this good right out of the gate Although with a simplerstraght forward plot which is still quite twisted by regular standards Syrup has all of Barry s wit, humor and energy Barry specializes in satires financial and sociological and the world is never short of offering subjects to rip into Here the hero...

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