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Kat duff's carefully researched, engagingly written, and wide-ranging the secret life of sleep is an ode to sleep the author documents the contemporary preoccupation with productivity, alertness, and cheating sleep she points to the many ways we are urged along on that path, from breezy sloganeering. Rachel simhon reviews the secret life of bees by sue monk kidd in sue monk kidd's debut novel, the secret life of bees, they symbolise industry, renewal and healing this a wonderful book, by turns funny, sad, full of incident and shot through with grown-up magic reminiscent of joanne harris. Our narrator, lily melissa owens, spends most of the book describing events that took place the summer she turned 14 when the story begins, she's a lonely and unpopular teenager living in sylvan, south carolina (it's fictional—put your map away) she suffers mightily from an unhappy home life her mother died when.
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