Rated 7.08 out of 10 Statistics
Genre: Supernatural / Humor
Occasional Sexual Content
Occasional Coarse Language
Overall Rating: 7.081
Average Rating: 10 (Guests), 6.88 (Members)
Rating Count: 5 (1 Guests, 4 members)
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"loved it! "
This was an amazing novel as well! i am a huge fan of Skyla, and i do not usually read books, but when i came across this bored at work, and i didnt have anything better to do than read, i wanted to find something i was truly interested in. i love fantasy movies, and fiction movies. Movies that you know in real life can never happen, so when i started reading her novels i got lost in them, and could not get enough of them. In Curio Killed the Cat, the main character Briar, was not only spunky and bad ass, but she had a soft side, and girls and women could relate to her, in the aspect that she had her heart broken, and didnt want people to know she was secretly upset about it, because she is generally to everyone, the hard core bad chick! My favorite character was the little christian girl, who was in love with the Wiccan vegan who she thought was Jesus! OMG did i laugh when the girl started talking about things she wanted to do to him that her mother would not approve of! she was hilarious! and the drunk owner of the store the characters worked for was a trip! Skyla’s novels are just captivating, and energetic you cannot take your eyes off of the words, and you immediately want more after the chapter is done! That is how i felt about Curio. It left me sometimes with my mouth wide open in suprise and awe, and i was desperate to read on, but had to wait until the next chapter came. There were days when i couldnt wait until the next week started so i could get to work and read Curio! It is a fun, spunky book, and it definitely takes your imagination to another level! i would definitely recommend this book to someone who wants to read a book and really get lost in it!
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