lukas, November 22, 2013 (view all comments by lukas)
alman Rushdie's third novel is a transition between his most famous ("Midnight's Children") and his most infamous ("The Satanic Verses"). I like Rushdie, but once you're read the towering "Midnight's Children," you may find yourself fruitlessly looking for another novel as good. This offers up the familiar curry of politics, religion, family drama, storytelling, meta-narrative, comedy and culture clashes. -
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