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  • 19 December 2019
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Bienes historie

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In the spirit of Station Eleven and Never Let Me Go this dazzling and ambitious literary debut follows three generations of beekeepers from the past present and future weaving a spellbinding story of their relationship to the bees to their children and to one another against the backdrop of an urgent global crisisEngland 1852 William is a biologist and seed merchant who sets ou Actual rating 25 🌟'sUnfortunately this was a bit of a disappointment for me I heard so many raving reviews about this book so I totally expected this to really draw me in and leave a lasting impression but that didn't really happen Mostly this was down to the characters I didn't get a good grip on them; they stayed very two dimensional throughout the entire book This is a shame because I feel that a deeper connection to the characters would have changed my feelings drasticallyThe story is told from three different points of view each taking place in a different time period I found all of the individual stories interesting but none of them really pulled on my heartstrings despite having the potential to do so Again this is where a better character development and deeper look into their lives and feelings would have been needed The chapters were all pretty short which was another thing that bothered me and I normally love short chapters Whenever the really interesting stuff seemed to start a discovery a new idea etc the chapter ended and the point of view changed And when the story turned back to a character time had already passed and the chapter picked up after all the exciting stuff had already happened and all you can read about now is the conclusions and the further actions the character is taking Longer chapters would have been so much better I needed feelings and thoughts and emotionsI heard so many critics talking about how important this book is I do agree that the topic is very important but the book itself Not really I could have gone without reading it because I didn't see any real exploration on why bees dying would be a horrible thing to happen Like yeah the world doesn't seem to be such a nice place in the year 2098 but how exactly does this all relate to the bees I needed answersview spoilerAnd after all the bees do come back in the end which by the way really needed an explanation How the hell are they suddenly alive again The deep look into what is happening is missing here once again hide spoiler

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T to build a new type of beehive one that will give both him and his children honor and fameUnited States 2007 George is a beekeeper fighting an uphill battle against modern farming but he hopes that his son can be their salvationChina 2098 Tao hand paints pollen onto the fruit trees now that the bees have long since disappeared When Tao's young son is taken away by the authori All over the world the bees are dying Despite considerable research we don't really know why; it seems to be a combination of several different causes Evidently this is not good But what does it mean in emotional terms What would be an appropriate way to feel Having read Maja Lunde's elegant and beautiful novel I can suggest some possible answers It might feel like being hungry and knowing you're never going to get enough to eat It might feel like helplessly watching your partner becoming progressively estranged from you until you can no longer touch them or even talk to them It might feel like discovering that your life work everything you've ever tried to do was a waste of time and you might as well not have bothered It might feel like realising that your child has been taken away and nothing you can do will ever bring them backBut it's worse than any of those things

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Ties after a tragic accident she sets out on a grueling journey to find out what happened to himHaunting illuminating and deftly written The History of Bees joins these three very different narratives into one gripping and thought provoking story that is just as much about the powerful bond between children and parents as it is about our very relationship to nature and humanity I am somewhere between 2 and 3 stars At first I liked the three apparently different stories But as I read I got annoyed and bored I think one of the main tasks of a writer is to keep the readers interested This is the difficult job Lundes message is good and the idea how to present it was also innovative But i think the whole story would have made a powerful impression if the book had been smaller I think sometimes that the authors are trying to create atmosphere and that is why they write stuff which apparently has nothing to to with the main story But Lunde as some other authors that I read did before her wrote page after page and dialogues without any purpose Descriptions of doing this and doing that one page full which have no point but to bore the hell out of the reader Tao Story very interesting dystopy I liked the idea a lot But come on there is sooooo long winded Plus I came up with the child's diagnostic uite early so the whole story had no point for me anyGeorge Story the main idea the desaster is happening somewhere after dull pages presenting the work as a beekeeper She tried to make it interesting by presenting the whole father son relationship but there was no drama no nothing to keep the reader interested Me at least William Story boring presentation of depression or some sort of psychiatric problem the guy had All the characters are superficially presented the language is mediocre and I have to say I was glad when it was over1 star for the dystopy idea and for the whole idea in general 1 star for the infos about bees 1 star for presenting a potential desastrous future that is not far from the reality And the whole 3 stars and not 2 for not making me aggresive as other books i read in the last months


About the Author: Maja Lunde

Maja Lunde is a Norwegian author and screenwriter Lunde has written ten books for children and young adults She has also written scripts for Norwegian television including for the children’s series Barnas supershow “The Children’s Super Show” the drama series Hjem “Home” and the comedy series Side om Side “Side by Side” The History of Bees is her first novel for adults She lives with h