Here is the Beehive

Narrated by Sarah Crossan
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Pub Date 20 Aug 2020 | Archive Date 11 Aug 2021

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Bloomsbury presents Here is the Beehive by Sarah Crossan, read by Sarah Crossan.


it happened,    

                            again and again

                            and

            again and again and again.

Together

                                              apart.

In love

                  in aching.

Tangled

 unravelling.

Ana and Connor have been having an affair for three years. In hotel rooms and coffee shops, swiftly deleted texts and briefly snatched weekends, they have built a world with none but the two of them in it.  

But then the unimaginable happens, and Ana finds herself alone, trapped inside her secret.

How can we lose someone the world never knew was ours? How do we grieve for something no one else can ever find out? In her desperate bid for answers, Ana seeks out the shadowy figure who has always stood just beyond her reach – Connor's wife Rebecca. 

Peeling away the layers of two overlapping marriages, Here is the Beehive is a devastating excavation of risk, obsession and loss.

Bloomsbury presents Here is the Beehive by Sarah Crossan, read by Sarah Crossan.


it happened,    

                            again and again

                            and

again and again...


Available Editions

EDITION Audiobook, Unabridged
ISBN 9781526623102
PRICE £12.99 (GBP)
DURATION 3 Hours, 55 Minutes

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Here is the Beehive by Sarah Crossan

Definitely one of the best audiobooks I’ve listened to this year (and I’ve listened to plenty!).

I loved the way the characters jumped out, the way the setting was so clear that I felt like I was in it. Yet it was only 4 hours long!
Sarah is definitely a master storyteller.

The tension, the way the story revealed itself and the ending were just right. Ana’s behaviour was sad and creepy yet I could empathise with her grief.

The writing, the pace of narration and Sarah’s own voice were a brilliant combination.

I loved it! Thanks netgalley and Bloomsbury UK Audio.

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