|Title||:||The Bee and the Rose|
|Number of Pages||:||79 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
The Bee and the Rose Reviews
Strange little book that I weeded from BCU but decided to read first as it looked potentially interesting. The blurb on the back describes it as follows:"This modern fantasy is about Bobby Bee's struggle for growth and freedom. Bobby is a member of a well-organized beehive, and his primary function is to be useful, to obey all regulations. One day while going about gathering pollen, Bobby encounters a delicate rose who sparks in him the process of liberation.Bobby Bee's story of search and identity is told simply and unforgettably, beautifully and powerfully."Reasonably accurate decription. There is a good message present but there are also conflicting and ambiguous messages present. In the end, highly odd. A very short, fast read.Secondarily, this was interesting as earlier (and later) in the day I was discussing in Google+ new scientific research showing that bees (possibly) have emotions. This book was all about Bobby denying his emotions.