Salman Rushdie is a British Indian novelist whose work is a combination of historical fiction and magical realism. He looks quite concerned about the disruptions and connections between the Western and Eastern civilizations and the same is reflected in his work mostly. The majority of his fiction is set around the Indian subcontinent where his roots are. A couple of prominent books by the author are Haroun and the Sea of Stories and Midnight’s Children.
Robert G. Slade has done the narration of this chapter. It was a job well done by the performance and the audience just adored every part of it.
The strangeness begins after a strong storm that hits New York City. A gardener was able to find that his feet were not able to touch the ground. A graphic novelist experienced the presence of some mysterious thing in his bedroom when he woke up in the morning. A baby at the mayor’s office was able to identify corruption just with his presence. Then, a gold digger was seen trapped in fighting forces which was all beyond imagination.
Children of Dunia and others would play a grand role in this epic war between darkness and light. It spans a thousand and one night or it just could be two years, eight months, and twenty-eight nights. It is an era of might upheaval where beliefs of people are challenged and the words spoken by people do act as poison.
The subject novel is the bestseller in the New York Times and it made many fans and followers all around. The book is fantastic and recommended to all fictional lovers who like something out of the box kind of stuff. The performance done by Robert was also quite fun and entertaining.
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