Aphrodite's War - Andrea Busfield Reviews
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Pages: 434, Edition: Large type edition, Hardcover, Windsor /Para ...
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by - written on 06/01/12 (Very useful, 46 readings)
Often I am attracted to a book by its cover and Aphrodite's War was no exception. With its beautiful blue and green scenery, which spoke to me of Greece and a young boy mirroring the actions of a plane, flying overhead it caught my imagination. Inside the cover I found that this was a tale of love set against a background of years of British occupation and Turkish oppression. The author, Andrea Busfield, spent most of her childhood years in Cyprus and has clearly loved the island and it's many inhabitants, whatever their nationality. I love reading books by British authors because it's easier to understand the references as opposed to American authors. This ... Read the complete review
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