Reading ➹ The Honey Spinner Author Grace Pundyk – Justinfoline.us

The Honey Spinner Grace Pundyk Travels From Yemen To Australia To New Zealand To Borneo To Many Other Countries In The Quest To Discover Ancient Honey, Honey Collecting Methods, And Uncover The Politics Of Honey In A Global Market.

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  1. says:

    As a honey lover I really enjoyed this book If you enjoy honeyand learning new thingsI d recommend this book LOVED the pictures in the middle too


  2. says:

    You ll be spreading it on everything you eat after reading this book Loved it


  3. says:

    Sweeeeet What a great way to do travel writing in pursuit of the various honeys of the world and conducting interviews about the plight of the mamy species of bees.I buy honey in every country I visit without really knowing why and this book was a thrill ...


  4. says:

    I m so disappointed I really REALLY wanted to like this book I found it too fragmented I thought there were so many different tangents and not enough substance that I lost interest about half of the way through it.


  5. says:

    This was an interesting global journey attempting to piece together a comprehensive picture of the honey market in the beginning of the 21st century I enjoyed the travelogue format of the book, with the author doing a good job mixing the detailed research constituting the bulk of the investigation with honest descriptions of her experiences visiting such diverse places as Yemen, Australia, New Zealand, Borneo, Britain, Italy, Russia, Turkey, United States and China The chapter on her home coun This was an interesting global journey attempting to piece together a comprehensive picture of the honey market in the beginning of the 21st century I enjoyed the travelogue format of the book, with the author doing a good job mix...


  6. says:

    I learned some things about bees, honey, and its international trade, and will be paying a littleattention to where the honey I buy originates and what s really in the jar However, this book is mostly the author s travelogue, and not an overly interesting one at that If she gained something substantial or revolutionary from her journey, she neglected to share Some sections countries were somewhat interesting, but on any number of occasions I found myself saying OK, 30 pages One coun I learned some things about bees, honey, and its international trade, and will be paying a littleattention to where the honey I buy originates and what s really in the jar However, this book is mostly the author s travelogue, and not an overly interest...


  7. says:

    It s your standard Michael Pollan meets Anthony Bourdain meets Vegetable, Animal, Miracle but all about honey and bees and their eventually demise which could ultimately mean our eventual demise There are some interesting tidbits, but nothing had me really pity the bees I wanted to seeof the dark side of the honey industry like in Fast Food Nation to really hate the big bag honey corporations and do what all these books beg you to do buy local, buy organic Instead the author just It s your standard Michael Pollan meets Anthony Bourdain meets Vegetable, Animal, Miracle but all about honey and bees and their eventually demise which could ultimately mean our eventual demise There are some interesting tidbits, but nothing had me really pity the bees I wanted to seeof the dark side of the honey industry like in Fast Food Nation to really h...


  8. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I am a bee lover and excitedly purchased this book from a used book store I really enjoy how she separated the chapters into different countries Overall, I was dissapointed The sub title lead me to believe that I would learn a lotabout the scientific side of the bee world It was not until the final chapter when this was touched...


  9. says:

    Prior to reading this book I thought that honey only came in that little bear shaped bottle from the grocery store Follow Grace Pundyk in her journey across Yemen, Australia, New Zealand, Borneo, Russia, UK, Italy, Turkey, US and China in search of each country s honey secrets She has a great way of explaining the place and taste, so good that I added a couple of countries to my bucket list Even though this book was published in 2010, I found it interesting to read about the colony collapse d Prior to reading this book I thought that honey only came in that little bear shaped bottle from the grocery store Follow Grace Pundyk in her journey across Yemen, Australia, New Zealand, Borneo, Russia, UK, Italy, Turkey, US and China in search of each country s honey sec...


  10. says:

    If you re wanting to learn about honey and take a trip around the world this book is for you Grace Pundyk takes you from Tasmania, to Australia, the US, China, Borneo, and other exotic locales on the hunt for honey and the intriguing little insects that make it Unfortunately, the second part of this book led to believe there would beon Colony Collapse Disorder in this There wasn t much But, it was enjoyable And if you want to experience other cultures, see what other kinds of honeys e If you re wanting to learn about honey and take a trip around the world this book is for you Grace Pundyk takes you from Tasmania, to Australia, the US, China, Borneo, and other exotic locales on the hunt for...

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