LITTLE BEEEditorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe
Cleave follows up his outstanding debut (Incendiary, 2005) with a psychologically charged story of grief, globalization and an unlikely friendship.The story opens in a refugee detention center outside of London. As the Nigerian narrator—who got her nickname "Little Bee" as a child—prepares to leave the center, she thinks of her homeland and recalls a horrific memory. "In the immigration ... Read full review
Review: Little BeeEditorial Review - Bookreporter.com
We don't want to tell you too much about this book. It is a truly special story and we don't want to spoil it. Nevertheless, you need to know something, so we will just say this: It is extremely funny, but the African beach scene is horrific. The story starts there, but the book doesn't. And it's what happens afterward that is most important. Once you have read it, you'll want to tell everyone ... Read full review
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This book was recommended to me a long time ago by a friend who eagerly told me it was an amazing book and she bought it based on the blurb alone because it intrigued her. So I decided to give it a go, as the blurb is one to draw you in and make you feel like you must know what the story is about.
HeartbreakingUser Review - welds - Overstock.com
This is a story I will never forget beautifully written if ulitmately tragic in theme. Ive given copies to several people. Read full review