Save the bees from Paull

This bookworm loves a good dystopia and so keenly ordered a copy of The Bees by Laline Paull. Only to be sorely confused and somewhat disappointed. This post follows on from this post where the bookworm discussed misleading claims from publishers.

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A sort-of review and age-old questions: Poets, Artists, Lovers

How do we define love? What does it mean to love? Is there a right or wrong way?

With Poets, Artists, Lovers: A Novel, Mira Tudor takes us on a journey through a tangled web of romance-ridden lives that starts and ends with Henriette, a talented sculptress and “beautiful redhead”, who finds herself drawn to Pamfil, a pianist/Casanova known for his monthly parties. This all despite her relationship with Haralambie, a writer. Continue reading “A sort-of review and age-old questions: Poets, Artists, Lovers”