The Bee Line

Rated 4.90/5 based on 10 reviews
When cultures collide, the lessons are valuable. When an English city girl meets a Jewish country boy, the friendship and understanding that develops opens new experiences for both of them. Growing up and growing closer, Edith and Erik discover customs, although very different, can bring people worlds apart together. More
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About Sandra Maggs

I was born in a library and raised on literature. From a young age I wrote my own stories and read them to anyone who would listen. After years of hard work and determination, I'm finally dabbling in the world of Indie Publishing and I love it! My favourite genre is fantasy, but I'll give anything a shot.

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Review by: Emily Peach on Nov. 30, 2018 :
I wasn't sure whether this would be to my liking, but I enjoyed it. The story made me question a lot of things.

Highly recommended.
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Review by: PamTT on Nov. 25, 2018 :
This book is brilliant.

I love books that are based on real events. There are so many issues people can learn from.

I really enjoyed it.
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Review by: Fliter on Nov. 25, 2018 :
I don't usually like this type of story, but this one is quite well written.

There's one part in particular where Edith compares the worker bees to the Nazis and I found it all very interesting.

Definitely worth a read.
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Review by: Lana Holt on Nov. 19, 2018 :
I love this story.

Simply written yet stirring.
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Review by: Kelly Hunter on Nov. 18, 2018 :
this is such a good eBook - I couldn't put it away.

I read it in a day. Aimed at young adults, there are many lessons to be learned and I kept waiting for something really bad to happen, but it was such a positive story.

I'd read it again.
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Review by: Deb Kingston on Nov. 18, 2018 :
This is so touching. What started out on the negative turned into a really positive story and so inspiring.

One of the best books I've read.
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Review by: Jenny Lawson on Nov. 9, 2018 :
What a beautiful, beautiful story

I cried from happiness, and cried from sadness

Beautifully written
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Review by: MSS2001 on Oct. 31, 2018 :
I know that this is aimed at early teens, but there are so many lessons to be learned.

There are things that that writer has touched on that I would never have thought of. Although some of it might be construed as a little controversial I enjoyed it.

I've read a few books by this author and she seems to be able to write about anything.
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Review by: Estarr on Oct. 27, 2018 :
I laughed and I cried, but most of all I enjoyed the book.

I liked the comparisons made and it made me think about the way we judge people.

This book is aimed at a young adult audience, but I think anybody could read it and feel the same as I did.
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Review by: PaulineParr on Sep. 5, 2018 :
I enjoyed this latest book from Sandra Maggs. The story is well written and a great read for teenagers. I read it in a day and would highly recommend it. Great work - thanks for sharing it.
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