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Keeper of the Bees Download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ☆ KEEPER OF THE BEES is a tale of two teens who are both beautiful and beastly and whose pasts are entangled in surprising and heartbreaking waysDresden is cursed His chest houses a hive of bees that he can’t stop from stinging peopleT But Essie doesn’t see a monster when she looks at DresdenEssie is fascinated and delighted by his changing features Risking his own life he holds back his bees and spares her What starts out as a simple act of mercy ends up unraveling Dresden’s solitary life and Essie’s tormented one Their impossible romance might even be powerful enough to unravel a centuries old curs. That was wow I don't even know where to begin to describe this bookIt was so different unlike anything I've ever readA Young Adult paranormal romance revolving around a faceless cursed boy whose body contains a bee hive who is forever condemned to feed off people's misery the evil his bees' stings draw out of them And a girl who's been suffering from hallucinations for years who's been shunned by the people who should've protected her who can't tell reality from fantasy anyAn epic love story between two young people who shouldn't have a chance at love at redemption yet somehow they find it in one anotherA slow paced yet very entertaining read incredible atmospheric writing and most importantly so many fabulously developed characters that completely stole my heartThis was hauntingly beautiful surprisingly creepy weirdly humorous And totally addictingWhat a read Color me impressed ARC provided via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review

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R centuries since he was eighteen and magic flowed through his homeland corrupting its peopleHe follows harbingers of death so at least his curse only affects those about to die anyway But when he arrives in a Midwest town marked for death he encounters Essie a seventeen year old girl who suffers from debilitating delusions and hallucinations His bees want to sting her on sigh. The Black Birds of the gallows have arrived in your town You should be scared Legend has it if the birds have landed death will follow The Beekeeper is attracted to the destruction and the Strawman only turns up if evil plays a hand Leave town while you still have time Essie is seventeen years old and anything but ordinary She struggles with reality Sometimes she sees than is really there She lives with her Aunt and is cursed to follow the path of her ancestors When she meets Dresden she knows he's special but how can he be real He goes against everything she is told is normal Dresden is a Beekeeper He literally has a hive in his chest The bees target people who are full of anger or hate The bee's sting amplifies the negative emotion within its victim Dresden accepts who he is He carries the faces of many The people who have died at the hand of his bees Nobody sees him as anything except her Essie isn't frightened by Dresden and his Bees She sees the beauty within She sees someone who suffers just like herself In a cruel world there could be someone to cherish and maybe a few wrongs can be put right Keeper of Bees is a complex story and difficult to explain so I have tried my best to give an insight without giving anything away This is the second book in the Black birds of the Gallows series It can be read as a standalone however Black bird of the Gallows is really excellent and gives background information which will help digest this story This is a dystopian fantasy romance It's uniue strange and mesmerising Another great instalment to this series 5 out of 5I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review My blog tour date September 5th 2018

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Keeper of the BeesKEEPER OF THE BEES is a tale of two teens who are both beautiful and beastly and whose pasts are entangled in surprising and heartbreaking waysDresden is cursed His chest houses a hive of bees that he can’t stop from stinging people with psychosis inducing venom His face is a shifting montage of all the people who have died because of those stings And he has been this way fo. Last year I was given the chance to review Black Bird of the Gallows by Meg Kassel and I thoroughly enjoyed it There was a character in it who belonged to a group called the “beekeepers” and I was so fascinated by that character’s entire design that when I heard this book was being released I can’t even describe how badly I wanted to read it I needed from this gorgeous little world Meg has crafted I won’t be including any spoilers for Black Bird of the Gallows if you haven’t read it yet but I strongly recommend reading Black Bird of the Gallows before Keeper of the Bees “Some creatures are not meant to be loved” Not only does the story follow a new beekeeper it’s also a bit of a Beauty and the Beast retelling which is one of the few retelling themes that I never seem to tire of If you’re not a big fan of retellings though don’t worry—it definitely has its very own feel and holds its own perfectly It’s got this wonderfully modern vibe though Dresden’s age lends to this wonderful vintage narrative; between it and Essie’s delightful perspective on the world around her among other details I can honestly say I’ve never read a book uite like this one The curse of the beekeeper ensures that my face is rarely actually seen It’s certainly not a face anyone would want to see The beekeepers are so fascinating for a number of reasons1 Their facial features are constantly shifting between the features of people whose deaths they have caused so nobody knows what they actually look like2 They have bees inside of them Like there’s some legitimate body horror at play when Dresden describes the bees3 The bees demand to sting people they choose based on the person’s energy and their venom causes the victim to gradually sink into a violent raging madness “Are you planning to kill me”I am a monster A beast Lying about it would be pointless “Yes” So as you can imagine it’s pretty rotten luck when Dresden for the first time in his many many years is led to a victim and feels the need to spare her It’s deliciously angsty from the start and I loved watching him struggle with these conflicting feelings—does he sting the strange young girl or let her go despite a massive potential cost to himself or even the entire town I mean all I’m saying is that you can’t have a good paranormal fantasy story without a little angst and self loathing and Dresden’s got it in spades I’m so weary of uestioning everything I see of fighting to appear average and ordinary enough to not disturb people Of course Essie’s life isn’t easy either She sees things that aren’t really there and the entire town—minus her grandmother and aunt—has basically written her off as a lost cause Treatments don’t work nobody can find a diagnosis and did I mention it’s referred to as the family curse It’s such a fun twist A caveat here since it appears to be a mental illness there is some ableism throughout the book and the representation could potentially be uncomfortable for certain readers Maybe we’re here to give each other what the rest of the world can’t The story flips perspectives between Dresden and Essie and I honestly loved them both so very much They’re both these great complex characters and I found myself rooting for them from the very beginning There is a touch of insta love which is usually a huge issue for me but I’m as shocked as you guys are to hear me say this in a review the chemistry between these two is so good I didn’t even mind Just trust me on this one ♥ And then this singular thought it isn’t selfish to want than this Once again Meg Kassel has blown me away with this ridiculously lovable couple a lot of intriguing back story and suspense and a world that is so full of Meg’s uniue lore that I just couldn’t get enough I am desperately hoping that she will write us yet another story in this world because now that we’ve gotten to spend time with the harbingers and the beekeepers I think it’s time the Strawmen get their book don’t youContent warnings for body horror rape sex slavery attempted assault pedophilia ableism child abuse alcoholism all challenged within text Thank you so much to Entangled Teen for providing me with a finished copy in exchange for an honest reviewYou can find this review and on my blog or you can follow me on twitter bookstagram or facebook