The Bumblebee Flies Anyway (novel)
|Genre||Young adult literature|
This story stars teenaged Barney Snow, an American resident also part of "the Complex," an experimental facility where drugs are tested on children and teens with terminal illnesses. He questions why he is there and what is being done to him but also uncovers a terrible secret about himself. Later, he starts to devise a plan that will take him and the people around him on one last glorious ride.
Awards and nominations
- 1985 Colorado Blue Spruce Young Adult Book Award (Nominee)
In 1999, a film adaptation was made starring Elijah Wood. It was directed by Martin Duffy.
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