This is a frank, amusing, poignant, hard-hitting, controversial yet always absorbing take on over a decade of life on a Greek island.
In “A Jay in the Jacaranda Tree” John tackles such themes as the current economic crisis, the confusing political scene in Greece, refugees, immigrant workers, the health service and the cat and dog situation.
He pulls no punches and expresses his views after having lived on Rhodes since 2005. His insight will make you laugh, cry, possibly frown, yet always it will engage you. This is a frank, yet deep down affectionate, look at the Rhodes and the Greece of the past turbulent decade.