Of Bees and Mist - Erick Setiawan Reviews
Description:ISBN 0755348559 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Erick Setiawan / Paperback / 704 Pages / Book is published 2009-12-24 by Headline Review
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by - written on 27/03/10, updated on 28/03/10 (Very useful, 90 readings)
The word which really embodies this book is 'intriguing'. The title is intriguing - what on earth have bees got to do with mist? Why would two such nouns ever be in the same sentence together? The fact that I was asking these questions just from glancing at the cover persuaded me that I needed some answers. But as I began to read, more and more questions began to swirl around me until I was irrevocably hooked and unable to put the book down. So I'll warn you now: the mysterious nature of this novel doesn't end with its title; secrets and lies pervade every nook and cranny of this incredible debut novel by Erick Setiawan. The book is effectively a fairytale ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/02/10 (Useful, 6 readings)
This book is very hard to summarize, especially without making it sound like a silly childrens story. It is basically about two families, who are brought together by their children falling in love. It is set completely in a fantasy world, where 'mists' come to carry men away, and an angry woman summons swarms of bees to torment people. I wasn't expecting such literal fantasy, and initially it threw me, but once I continued reading I got completely sucked into the story. The characters are brilliantly written, easy to identify with, and I found myself really caring for them, and rooting for the protagonists. It is easy to read, and I quickly became totally absorbed in the Read the complete review
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