Friday, January 16, 2015

Review of the book The Beekeeper's Son by Kelly Irvin

I really enjoyed this book. It is about a girl named Deborah who falls in love with a man named Phineas who for a living takes cares of bees and sells honey. Phineas didn't believe anyone could fall in love with him since he has scars on his face from an accident as a kid but Deborah sees past it and sees him for who he really is, a person she could spend the rest of his life with. This book is good because it shows what true love is, it is about looks but also what the person looks like in their hearts because that is more important. You want someone who loves you for you and will take care of you and make you feel special and will treat you well. A person may be on thing on the outside and you may judge them but you have to get to know the person for who they truly are because that is hard to find what a person really is like. We have a hard time showing people who we truly are because we are worried about being judged but in the end you will find someone who will like you for you and want to be your friend and around you and all will be good. I have best friends who stick with me for better or worse and I love them for that because I can be myself around them and they don't care about that.

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