Tuesday, May 4, 2010

The Espressologist by Kristina Springer

The book quickly grabbed your attention and pulled you into the world of Jane Turner. The characters were relate-able and real and the plot kept you reading. It seemed like a very original idea, without being too far out there. It was a quick read, partly because it was hard to put down.

Reviewed by Megan.

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This book is about a girl named Jane whose boss promotes her to Espressologist. An Espressologist uses the type of coffee you drink to match you up with someone else. She thinks that the type of coffee you drink has something to do with your personality. For example:

"Medium Iced Vanilla Latte

Smart, sweet, and gentle. Sometimes soft-spoken but not a door-mat. Loyal and trustworthy. A good friend. Decent looks and body."

I thought the story itself was hilarious. I absolutely love the main character, Jane. This book is for a fun loving person with some time to spare. It is a good read and anyone who loves romance and coffee should read this book.

I would rate this book PG because of some bad language. I would also give The Espressologist 5 stars.

Reviewed by Shannen.

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