The Death of Bees: A Novel
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Belper Book Chat. I enjoyed the book, but found the theme a bit repetitive after the initial sting.
The normal low-life stereotypes why are drug addicts always depicted as wasters: most drugs are used by the middle classes, just as they use alcohol had some redeeming qualities here, and out of the chaos and grit of the girls lives there flowed a little honey. I found no humour in the novel, apart from the way Nelly spoke, and thought, like a character from a Bette Davies movie — her favourite.
Nelly was an endearing 12 year-old, and I felt very fond of her. The Bees are Izzy and Gene. Share this: Facebook Twitter Reddit Email. When their maternal grandfather discovers the situation and insists on taking the two girls in, Lennie becomes intent on keeping them by his side. Critical reception for the book was positive,    with The Scotsman praising the book.
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