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Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars

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  • I loved this book

    5
    By yeti=yeet
    I thought the characters created a sense of fun and sarcasm with them everywhere which made it very entertaining I loved this book
  • Intimidation or Revelation?

    5
    By Pooh'sgirl
    Is it possible to read Conan Doyle or Laurie King without experiencing the bitter taste of intimidation? Fore make no doubt about it, you are either scared off or seduced in when reading either one. It is a mixed bag with them. You have to keep up when reading Doyle or King, and this can be difficult to do. Both of them spare little time encouraging their slower readers, Doyle more so than King because Doyle is happy to sprint ahead and leave you behind with a catch me if you can sort of challenge. King is a little kinder, but both expect their readers to make an effort to pay attention, or reading them can be punishing. Whereas true effort brings the reward they offer to those who choose to keep up and experience the plot and character revelations both authors want for their readers, and The Beekeeper's Apprentice is a case in point. King offers her readers many opportunities to experience her plot and character revelations, but readers could become hopelessly confused if they don't keep up and pay attention which brings us back to my original question: is the Beekeeper's Apprentice intimidating or revealing? I think it can be both. heir readers, and The Beekeeper,s Apprentice
  • Eh..

    2
    By Grady Beach
    I ended up skipping all the middle of the book. It's cute. But to many events going on.
  • Hooked on the series

    5
    By stephkj
    I started reading these books during a fall bout of pneumonia and read all 12 books in the series in 6 weeks!! I love this series! Better written than Conan Doyle's originals.
  • One of my all time favorites

    5
    By Lynaba
    I was introduced to this book about 6 years ago and have read it a couple times a year since then. The characters are very vibrant and interesting and I love the use of vocabulary to underline their intelligence. I don't think I could ever get tired of reading it. The other novels in the series are also very good, but this is my favorite
  • One of my favorite books

    5
    By JenOmaha
    This was recommended by my boss when I worked at a bookstore, and I was very grateful for his advice. What a wonderful book! The characters are riveting.

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