At eighteen years, IMI finally realized his dream of living in London. On board an old runner train he left the Hungarian orphanage where he has always lived and, in the English metropolis, he was used in a proper coffee chain cafeteria. The look of him is pure, naive and full of enthusiasm: like the other orphans of the village of Landor, he also never allows the past to sadden him, nor is it too much of what the future could reserve him. The many and meticulous rules governing life within the cafeteria - summarized in the coffee manual to which the proper-coffee executives allude with the deference reserved for sacred texts - seem to be written by hands capable of identifying the solution to any problem in advance While guaranteeing the complete well-being of employees and customers. The hierarchical pyramid that orders the proper coffee seems to imi much more clear and reassuring of the London road lattice complex. He will have to spend a long time before I imi - thanks to the cynicism of a colleague and the advice of his landlady - began to understand the hardness of London and the strategy of the rules summarized in the coffee manual. So what canorage will end up putting it in danger: and it will then be Morgan, the Iranian bookseller, to heart the fate of IMI, involving in the Margaret project, a great older writer and now tired of everything, but still capable of passionate about small hidden stories Among the folds of life.