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Another masterclass from Rushdie. The twists, the turns, the spice, the humour all sprinkled in just the right quantity to take you through a breath-taking journey on those shameful and dark days of the "Fatwa". Although some may say, he is been a bit narcissistic in the treatment, I personally didn't find any overt narcissism in it. And the better thing is, he has used much easier and everyday English in this, unlike "The Midnight's Children".
surely i expected better from mr. rushdie. the knight from india has only imatured with age. all the fame has made him lose his poise. seems , in his world of magic realism, there r only two kinds of people, one who like mr. rushdie and the other who do not. and those who do not like him have faced his wrath in his latest book much like his ex wives.
but whatever be the content , he maintains his dark humour and linguistic manouvers in his writing.
i hope he had spent more time in writing than exchanging glasses with bono.