The Island of Missing Trees
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Something sturdy like an oak or a chestnut.
I think this is the first time I've read a book with a tree as a narrator. It is informative, tragic, emotional, warm, mythical and historical, a little disjointed perhaps but that is the only (minor) fault I can find.
Not wanting to tell the story or write any spoilers, I'll just say that maybe, by the next generation, we can again talk about Cypriots rather than Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots. I liked the way the characters referred to themselves as "islanders".