The Bumblebee Flies Anyway
Sixteen-year-old Barney has only fleeting memories about his past but, as a voluntary patient at the institute for experimental medicine, he knows he is different from the terminally ill patients surrounding him. His involvement with the bitter, slowly dying, Mazzo brings Barney hope, pain, and a moment of heroic glory.
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THE BUMBLEBEE FLIES ANYWAYUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
"The bumblebee flies anyway"—and so too the life-sized model car, which Barney finds and dismantles in a nearby junkyard to reassemble in the attic, will ride. . . straight off the roof of The ... Read full review
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Not an easy book to read even by Cormier's standards, but well worth persevering, Read full review