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Month: March 2016

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Breakfast at Tiffany’s

I love the film adaptation of Breakfast at Tiffany’s; it’s not just Audrey Hepburn’s style oozing out all over the place but it also has armfuls of charm. I have been told multiple times that the book is so different, which is probably why I…

Graphic Novel, Horror

Through the Woods

A family left alone in their house awaiting their father’s return. A new wife haunted by singing at night. A brother who can’t be and a friend who only pretends to hear the dead. Something in the woods which means you don’t return the same….

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5 Year Blogoversary!

Today marks the fifth birthday of Curiosity Killed the Bookworm. In some ways I feel like I’ve come full circle with this blogging thing. Like so many of you, it all started as a place to write some words about something I love, books! Then…

Fantasy, Young Adult

Tell the Wind and Fire

In the future, magic has divided humanity into light and dark. Lucie lives in the light half of the city, surrounded by luxury, receiving a certain celebrity status for her story of one who came out of the dark shining. Yet the light regime left…

General Fiction

A Spool of Blue Thread

A Spool of Blue Thread tells the story of the Whitshanks and their family home in Baltimore. Red and Abby live in the house his father built, a man who arrived in 1920’s Baltimore with nothing more than a trade. Over four generations the family…

Young Adult

This is Where the World Ends

Janie and Micah have been friends forever, their bedroom windows opposite each other. Yet Janie’s friendship doesn’t extend to school where keeping up appearances means she barely acknowledges Micah. When her family moves to the other side of town, they can see their world slipping…