Thursday, November 01, 2012

Bees in the butterfly garden

I very much enjoyed "Bees in the butterfly garden" as dispicable as the acts were (that the main characters were doing) it was hard not to like the characters themselves. They were easy to like and showed a lot of depth.
Meg Davenport was raised in a boarding school, with very little contact with the only family she had left (her father). When he passes away suddenly Meg feels that she has no reason to stick around the school any longer. As she travels out to her father's home she discovers that he isn't the man she thought him to be. Involved in the illegal aspects of life, her father had set up a lifestyle for himself that he didn't want her to be a part of. As Meg discovers more about her father she tries to fill the spot he left behind, and finds herself in some very dangerous situations!
The book is a great read and has a fantastic ending, I highly recommend it!!

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