Summer Book #2 – Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Having watched Breakfast at Tiffany’s about six years ago in high school  and feeling underwhelmed, I decided it was time to give the book a shot. It turns out that Breakfast at Tiffany’s is more of a story than a novel (just more than 100 pages), and the book had a few other short stories by Truman Capote inside. I enjoyed all of them, but Breakfast at Tiffany’s was the best. I must admit, I pictured Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly throughout the story, which was a bit strange because Truman’s Holly doesn’t look like Audrey Hepburn in many ways. But, it was a magical story and I can’t wait to give the movie another chance.


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