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Riveting story about an immigrant from Nigeria, that makes the reader wonder: Would I really help them?Published 20 hours ago by mary jean rivera
Chris Cleave's Little Bee is the best book I've read in a very, very long time. There's a handful of books that I come back to over and over again and go into my recommendations to... Read morePublished 4 days ago by wwetaa
Interesting read. The narration is great. One of my favorite fictions works.Published 20 days ago by jdelreal90
I love the way Chris Cleave writes! He delves deeply into each of his characters to bring them alive.
This is one of my very favorite books.
I was hopeful starting the book. The constant referral to the beach and not giving explaining was so annoying. Then finding out what happened, complete let down. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Crystal Patton
Beautifully written...compelling story...one of the most depressing books I've ever read.Published 1 month ago by PlayaJanie
This novel came to me at a great time in my life. I think I needed to read something humbling from my first world reading chair. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Anna
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Well, I think the ending was that she resigned to her fate, knowing that she has found a way to transcend her tragic story through Charlie. I don't think it matters how in fact she dies, or if she gets thrown into a Nigerian prison for the rest of her life. I think Cleave was trying to make the... Read More
Jun 23, 2010 by Presley White | See all 20 posts
I think the kindle books are becoming more expensive because people are willing to pay for the convenience of the kindle. I have noticed how alot of the prices are going up hope this changes might have to consider swithching back to books unless it changes
Mar 14, 2011 by Erika | See all 5 posts
Early in the novel Little Bee tells us "A sad story means, this storyteller is alive" -- since the story is told in the past tense, this suggests to me that she, at least, survives the beach...
Jan 8, 2011 by Lora Gardner | See all 16 posts
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