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Tell it to the Bees

Narrated by: Gordon Griffin
Length: 11 hrs and 13 mins
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Lydia Weekes is distraught at the break-up of her marriage. When her young son, Charlie, makes friends with the local doctor, Jean Markham, her life is turned upside down.

Charlie tells his secrets to no one but the bees, but even he can’t keep his mother’s friendship to himself. The locals don’t like things done differently. As Lydia and the doctor become closer, the rumours start to fly and threaten to shatter Charlie’s world.

©2009 Fiona Shaw (P)2010 Random House Audio

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  • Sandy
  • 09-10-2018

Loved the story/writing. Disliked narration.

Narrator didn't suit this story at all. Very old fashioned, plumby, accent and sounded like Dick Emery/Les Dawson when 'voicing' the local, Yorkshire-based, female characters. Stuck with the book despite an intense dislike for the narration because the story was so engaging. Looking forward to the film.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-03-2019

Great story but narration hinders it

It’s a lovely well written and beautiful book. I was immediately sucked into it. However, the narration was atrocious. His pronunciation was not good and his voice just wasn’t clear. The narrators voice also did not suit the tone of the book imo.