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Day 574: Little Bee

Little Bee begins her story from a detention center in England, where she has been held for two years. During this time, she has been learning British English in the hopes she will be allowed to stay. 372 more words


Little Bee

There is no such a thing as “black and white”, there is only gray. The idea is clearly displayed in Chris Cleave’s upsetting novel, Little Bee… 797 more words


Going for Gold

- First published in the Nelson Mail’s blog section, 30/08/12

Chris Cleave’s newest release, Gold, has a very attractive cover.

Designed by Matt W. Moore, who also helped create Olympic tie-in packaging for Coca Cola in the UK, the cover features a wild starburst of sparkling, metallic colours running over and around a minimalistic white title. 736 more words

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This Week: Will Publishing Change The Tone?

It’s Never Too Late To Embrace Your Cognitive Dissonance

Here’s an interesting irony for those following — or being battered to bits by — the Amazon-Hachette mania that’s enraging so many people in book publishing in this loud, hot summer. 2,040 more words

Scars as Beauty

“On the girl’s brown legs there were many small white scars. I was thinking, Do those cover the whole of you, like the stars and the moons on your dress?

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Book: Little Bee by Chris Cleave

Seorang gadis Nigeria yang melarikan diri dari negaranya ke Inggris. Dihantui oleh sosok laki-laki, Ia selalu mencari cara untuk membunuh dirinya sendiri jika lelaki itu datang. 72 more words

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