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Sue Monk Kidd
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The Secret Life of Bees

Summary: The Secret Life of Bees, by Sue Monk Kidd, is a tale of a young girl's adventure in finding the truth about her mother's death. Helping her solve this mystery are three women who befriend her and help her place the pieces together to solve the puzzle. This novel is not only about a girl living her life with a blurred memory of her mother's killing, but about self-discovery and the power of women.
The Secret Life of Bees

Sue Monk Kidd

The Secret Life of Bees is a tale of a young girl's adventure in finding the truth about her mother's death. Helping her solve this mystery are three women who befriend her and help her place the pieces together to solve the puzzle. This novel is not only about a girl living her life with a blurred memory of her mother's killing, but about self-discovery and the power of women. Sue Monk Kidd teaches us in this book that one can overcome obstacles and love life, with the help and support from others.

Lily Owens lived her life in agony, not knowing her past and only having one memory of her mother, which was the afternoon she died. So Lily leaves her horrible father T. Ray, knowing she has nothing to lose, but much to gain. Lily and Rosaleen, Lily's...

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