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But what Afra has seen is so terrible she has gone blind and so they must embark on a perilous journey through Turkey and Greece towards an uncertain future in Britain On the way Nuri is sustained by the knowledge that waiting for them is Mustafa his cousin and business partner who has started an apiary and is teaching fellow refugees in Yorkshire to keep beesAs Nuri and Afra travel t The Beekeeper of Aleppo gives names and faces to the glimpses we ve had of the people that became Syrian refugees People who were living their lives working their jobs raising their families and enjoying everyday home life until the war and fighting finally blew up their existence and killed their friends neighbors and family All that is left to do is to wait to be killed or die a slow death of starvation and lack of everything a human needs to survive We meet Nuri a beekeeper who has lost his hives and bees and his blind wife Afra They have suffered the worst loss of all and still must find a way to keep livin

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The Beekeeper of Aleppo

The unforgettable love story of a mother blinded by loss and her husband who insists on their survival as they undertake the Syrian refugee trail to EuropeNuri is a beekeeper; his wife Afra an artist They live a simple life rich in family and friends in the beautiful Syrian city of Aleppo until the unthinkable happens When all they care for is destroyed by war they are forced to escape After I finished reading this I almost wasn t going to write a full review but just say that it s a heartbreaking realistic rendering of the refugee experience of people struggling to make it to a country that would provide asylum from a place where they have endured incredible loss and face imminent danger In spite of the heartache it s a beautifully written story and I highly recommend it That s all I was going to say because I thought the book was so powerful it would speak for itself But I couldn t leave it at that because this book this story deserves a few words This author deserves a few word

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Hrough a broken world they must confront not only the pain of their own unspeakable loss but dangers that would overwhelm the bravest of souls Above all they must journey to find each other againMoving powerful compassionate and beautifully written The Beekeeper of Aleppo is a testament to the triumph of the human spirit It is the kind of book that reminds us of the power of storytelli Once I started reading this it didn t take long until I noticed the gorgeous writing But then there s Always I wasn t expecting to feel like a sardine packed inside a refugee camp in AthensI wasn t expecting to treasure a little boy s hope Sami while he built a house out of Legos because he was going to build a house stronger for his family than the one they were leavingI wasn t expecting to hurt as much as I did The realization of how war changes lives forever is haunting in itself andChristy Lefteri gave me a deeper experience of just how true that is The direct ways in which Nuri and his wife Af


10 thoughts on “The Beekeeper of Aleppo

  1. says:

    “Refugees didn’t just escape a place They had to escape a thousand memories until they’d put enough time a

  2. says:

    After I finished reading this I almost wasn’t going to write a full review but just say that it’s a heartbreaking realistic rendering of the refugee experience of people struggling to make it to a country that would provide asylum from a place where they have endured incredible loss and face imminent danger In spite of the hea

  3. says:

    I didn’t wrongly type those dots I’m speechless and still trying to gather the broken pieces of my heart but when i glue the crumbled pieces my heart will consist of mismatched puzzle pieces because this book already stole a huge piece of me that could be never ever replace Afra and Nuri created an ordinary h

  4. says:

    The Beekeeper of Aleppo gives names and faces to the glimpses we've had of the people that became Syrian refugees People who were living their lives working their jobs raising their families and enjoying everyday h

  5. says:

    45In 2015 Nuri and his wife Afra from Aleppo Syria decide to leave their war ravaged country where they suffered many losses to make a very dangerous journey through Turkey and Greece with their final destination being EnglandThe story weaves together two timelines the journey and their time in England while awaiting asylumIt’s very difficu

  6. says:

    From its first pages this book will hit you hard It depicts Nuri and his wife Afra and the disintegration of their life in Syria and their arduous journey to asylum in England They lost their son to a bomb Both are suffering

  7. says:

    What does it mean if we no longer grieve for what we lost Do we legitimize the things we have lost or broken by holding on to our grief What does it mean to carry memoriesThe story begins with Nuri the husband and main character who narrates the story engulfed in the dark grey abyss of his wife’s blind eyes His wife Afra was left blinded by the war and is left with only her own recollection But what does it mean to s

  8. says:

    Who knew bees 🐝 could be so beautiful The humming the worker all caught up in their world of making honey that is likened to gold So preciousSuch a vivid and tragic story of a couple Nuri the beekeeper and his blind wife Afra an artist Both making the difficult decision to leave Syria and make the treacherous journey to Britai

  9. says:

    Once I started

  10. says:

    What a thought provoking and haunting piece of fiction beautifully written and the reader does get a horrifying glimpse into the refugee and asylum crisis and the challenges and heartbreak families caught up in this nightmare in Syria have trying to flee to safetyThis is the story of Nuri a beekeeper and his artist wife Afra and their Journey to safety in England after the situation deteriorates in Aleppo and the sacri