The Death of Bees by Lisa O’Donnell

The Death of Bees by Lisa O'Donnell

*troubled girls search for home-like haven*

Sisters in trapped in poverty with absentee (literally) parents must fend for themselves -and they aren’t just struggling to make sure they have food and shelter, they’re also trying to stay ahead of the low-lifes looking for drug money owed. With few options, life doesn’t just look bleak it looks blank. Sound uber-depressing? It is and it isn’t. There is a spark of hope in this book that makes the story shine bright.

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