Book 13 The Secret Life of Bees Sue Monk Kidd

A totally delightful book about a a runaway daughter who flees unloving father to Tibouron a community where unbeknown to her; her late mother, accidentally shot by her, also fled to the same refuge where bees are kept. This book is above love about the persecuted black community in small town America who take refuge in the sanctuary of their home, who have a sustainable way of living as Beekeepers but who are surrounded with troubles and marginalized on all sides. with no choice as to work and career) A quick review to get job done.This book is also a timely anti-racist polemic.

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