Follow Curiosity Killed the Bookworm on
Subscribe via Email

Join 3,298 other subscribers

By using our website, you agree to the use of our cookies.

Category: Science Fiction

Science Fiction, Young Adult

Earth Star

Earth Star is the sequel to Earth Girl and therefore this review may contain spoilers for the previous book. The students of University Asgard’s Pre-History Foundation course are returning to Earth after a short break. Except for Jarra, who cannot leave due to her faulty…

5 Star, Science Fiction


Jenna Strong has been imprisoned for the murder of her parents. The year is 2113 and the Independent Republic of Britain is ruled by ACID; the Agency for Crime Investigation and Defence. After two years of surviving as the only girl in maximum security prison,…

Science Fiction, Young Adult

Across the Universe

Amy and her parents are embarking on a voyage of a lifetime. Several lifetimes. Cryogenically frozen in order to survive the 300 year journey, they are heading toward a new planet, with the hopes to colonise it for humankind. But Amy awakes 50 years early….

Science Fiction, Young Adult

Zenn Scarlett

Zenn Scarlett lives in a cloister on Mars and she’s training to be an exovet. That’s a vet who treats alien creatures. She has three practical exams approaching when weird things start happening. She starts to feel what the creatures are feeling but it’s not…

5 Star, Science Fiction

The Humans

I know some of you reading this are convinced humans are a myth, but I am here to state that they do actually exist. For those that don’t know, a human is a real bipedal lifeform of mid-range intelligence, living a largely deluded existence on…

Science Fiction

The Madman’s Daughter

Juliet Moreau must make a meagre living scrubbing the halls of King’s College. She was once part of a respectable family until the scandal broke. Her father, a doctor, was suspected of horrific experiments on animals and fled the city. Juliet had long suspected him…

5 Star, Science Fiction

The Machine

PURGE, COMMIT, REPLENISH. Beth is taking delivery of a Machine. A Machine that holds the key to getting her husband back. When he returned from the war a changed man, the new technology promised to take away his memories, take away the horrors that woke…