This is a great book. Thoroughly entertaining and touching on very human and social issues - forgiveness and kindness, etc. Although set in Cyprus, the issues and topics apply to us all, and provide a real insight into some of those things we just subconciously ignore in our busy lives.
I'm not sure what the previous reviewer was expecting. Yes, inevitably there is a slight political slant, but I fail to find geographical or historical inaccuracies. I'm not even sure the reviewer has read the book, since he doesn't mention any of its contents, just a couple of generic lines about bad grammar and so on.
If you're the kind of person to delve into a book and really feel connected to it, even touched by it, then this is a great book. If you fancy propaganda, or deliberate misinformation, look elsewhere. I, for one, really enjoyed this book.
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