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The Secret Life of Bees Set In South Carolina In , The Secret Life Of Bees Tells The Story Of Lily Owens, Whose Life Has Been Shaped Around The Blurred Memory Of The Afternoon Her Mother Was Killed When Lily S Fierce Hearted Black Stand In Mother, Rosaleen, Insults Three Of The Deepest Racists In Town, Lily Decides To Spring Them Both Free They Escape To Tiburon, South Carolina A Town That Holds The Secret To Her Mother S Past Taken In By An Eccentric Trio Of Black Beekeeping Sisters, Lily Is Introduced To Their Mesmerizing World Of Bees And Honey, And The Black Madonna This Is A Remarkable Novel About Divine Female Power, A Story Women Will Share And Pass On To Their Daughters For Years To Come

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10 thoughts on “The Secret Life of Bees

  1. says:

    Okay, hear me out This is SO not the kind of book I normally read It s the kind of book my mother reads You know the type I m talking about Reviving Ophelia , Not Without My Daughter mother y books It was, in fact, my mother who demanded I read this book, because she read it in her book club DOUBLE red flag That is when I normally drop the book and run as fast as possible away from her, screaming and fl

  2. says:

    Ahhh gasp choke stammer I can barely find the words to say how much I loved this book Honestly, The Secret Life of Bees has to be one of the best books I ve read in a while I just want to give it several A s and a kiss It was touching, well written, beautiful, full of expression, insightful, anything you could want in a book and then some It started off with a bang, that wasn t a bang it grabbed you, but

  3. says:

    I confess to being a little hesitant going into this book It is, after all, that most cliched and irritating of literati faves a coming of age story set in the American South Lily, a motherless 14 year old girl lives with her bigoted abusive father on a peach farm in South Carolina Her goals involve befriending black people and finding information about her long dead mother Just summarizing this thing inspi

  4. says:

    Sue Monk Kidd image from her FB pages The Secret Life of Bees is a lovely tale It tells of Lily, a South Carolina 14 year old She lives, unhappily, with her crusty father T Ray and Rosaleen, the woman who raised her after her mother died when Lily was 4 It is a coming of age tale set against the civil rights issues of the early 60 s It is certainly no coincidence that Lily as in white spends most of th

  5. says:

    It was ironic that I read most of this book on Mother s Day At the core, this book isn t about race relations, the Virgin Mary, or even beekeeping, though those are all interesting parts of the story It s a book about mothers Mothers who are imperfect, mothers who make mistakes, and women who become mothers because they see people who need to be loved I can t readily connect to most of those other topics, but e

  6. says:

    The Secret Life of Bees, Sue Monk KiddThe Secret Life of Bees is a book by author Sue Monk Kidd Published November 8th 2001 The Secret Life of Bees tells the story of a 14 year old white girl, Lily Melissa Owens, whose life has been shaped around the blurred memory of the afternoon her mother was killed She lives in a house with her abusive father, whom she refers to as T Ray They have a no nonsense maid, Rosalee

  7. says:

    I surveyed my class and 80% gave it two thumbs up 5 stars That s 28 out of 35 students The rest of the class gave it an OK 3 or 4 stars So my giving it 5 stars has been backed by research into the general public s taste Now, I m not much for spending time on fiction I don t need entertainment, I need information But as a story teller, occasional writing class instructor, I like to keep up with some of the new ficti

  8. says:

    This was a harmless, heart warming book that did not change my life or enrich my thinking in any large way except perhaps that I am slightly less afraid of bees One thing that is a slight pet peeve with me is the healing power apparently inherent in the culture of the other Here is the formula 1 caucasian person, hurt and broken by the world they live in, be it by family, work or environment 1 minority culture black

  9. says:

    Read it Enjoyed it Any day now I expect to be entirely swallowed up by my own home grown vagina If you ve read The Help, you don t need to read this One contemporary coming of age book about a white southern girl amongst black women discovering life in 1960s is plenty Sue Monk Kidd s explosively popular I m going to go out on a very sturdy limb and guess that this was an Oprah book The Secret Life of Bees

  10. says:

    Is it ever not going to be problematic to have a book about a young white girl finding nurturing black mother figures in the South It s not the book itself, necessarily, just the part where this is practically a genre unto itself, and I haven t run into any books certainly not with the stature of this one about the young girl in the South who is black, and her experiences Also the part where the black women are mostly th

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