What You Should Read Next? Your Coffee Order Will Tell You

By FPL_Staff

Black Coffee

You are a no-frills, succinct person (in this instance) there to get the job done. The job, in this case, is caffeinating. Your next read should be:

When Churchill Slaughtered Sheep and Stalin Robbed A Bank by Giles Milton

This work of true historical events and figures is comprised of a few pages for each story, within larger chapters. As you live your busy life, you can pop open the book to read a story or two, or finish it all off at once. You may be amused and bemused by some of these histories!

Rose and lavender latte

You’re looking to try something new and take a unique look at a classic. Your next read should be:

Pride and Prejudice and Zombies By Seth Grahame-Smith

Is the original tale involving Mr. Darcy not catching your attention anymore? Now, try it out with an extra layer – zombies! Zombies up the ante in any tale. Elizabeth Bennet must now conquer zombie turmoil with grace and combat.

Cappuccino

You’re looking to enjoy the art of espresso and the treasure simple moments in the day. Your next read should be:

The Things You Can See Only When You Slow Down by Hyemin

Slow down and all else will slow down with you, according to the author. This illustrated guide gives readers the tools to enhance their mindfulness, general well-being, and happiness. Living more intentionally could change your life in ways you didn’t imagine.

Iced mocha

You’re looking for something sweet and a little pick me up. Your next read should be:

Carry on by Rainbow Rowell

This cheeky novel is reminiscent of Harry Potter with a fan fiction-like twist. The banter between the main characters, Simon and Baz, will be the perfect pick me up for readers.

Americano

You’re looking for something strong in flavor, but still a little bitter. Your next read should be:

The Nasty Bits by Anthony Bourdain

The misadventures of Anthony Bourdain continue to captivate audiences, even if they’ve heard the story before. Bourdain has a punchy authenticity that will have you devouring each page.

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