"Greg Lamb's style is like that of an artist painting, he takes extreme care with every color on his palette. I thought that reading "The People In Between: A Cyprus Odyssey"
was like looking at fine art. His writing craft is top notch and the story is literally dripping with details of the nation that he obviously has a tremendous love for.
" - David Felder, author
"The Descriptions are artful masterpieces, describing Cyprus in such gorgeous imagery that you almost feel you are there." - Riley Banks, author of "William S Club
From the Author
Today Cyprus remains the only nation in the world with a divided capitol city. The nation has a demilitarized zone cutting through it and the once mixed cultures of Greek and Turkish Cypriot speaking people living together in inter-communal villages are now divided.
I chose to tell this story as a family saga using a young woman as the main character. Through the voices of several characters, the complicated and confusing contemporary history of Cyprus is presented in a way that isn't burdensome to the reader. Over the years I've noticed that in regions prone to insurgent warfare, it is the women who are most influential in either maintaining or re-establishing peace, which is why I wanted the main character in my novel to be a young woman.
"The People In Between" was intended to entertain and enlighten at the same time.