Book Reviews of Spur of the Moment

Spur of the Moment
Spur of the Moment
Author: Theresa Alan
ISBN-13: 9780758204806
ISBN-10: 0758204809
Publication Date: 7/1/2004
Pages: 360
Rating:
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3 stars, based on 10 ratings
Publisher: Strapless
Book Type: Paperback
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Quick, fun read
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Follow the outrageous lives of three Denver roomates struggling to succeed in the fast-paced world of improv comedy. Caught up in lowly temp job, dates gone-way-wrong, bosses from hell, and the dog-eat-dog insanity of comedy clubs---not to mention backstage hilarity, jealous infighting, and serious bonding over cheap beer---they're about to discover that anything can happen when you let go of what you know and follow your dreams...
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About 6 young adults who live together and work as improv comedians. Very funny and a good story about friends.
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I really could have done without the politics (Jason's character), but overall, this was pretty entertaining and quite different from the usual.
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very cute read...enjoyable book!!
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At least Ana Jacobs has a sense of humor. Between the constant strguggle with her incredible shrinking wardrobe and her ever expanding waistline, her boss and her current unrequited love, she needs every laugh she can get.
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Has some funny moments, but overall too long. Provides an intersting slice of life story.
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I actually did not read this book. But the jacket states...that three Denver roomates are "caught up in lowly temp jobs, dates-gone-way-wrong, bosses from hell, and the dog-eat-dog insanity of comedy clubs-not to mention backstage hilarity, jealous infighting, and serious bonding over cheap beer-they're about to discover that anthing can happen when you let go of what you know and follow your dreams.."