Haroun and the Sea of Stories Author:Salman Rushdie In Rushdie's humorous and tender novel, Haroun is the 12-year-old son of a famous storyteller. When his father loses his powers of invention, Haroun takes charge, and sets out on a series of adventures that, against all odds, will bring his skills back.
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A wonderfully whimsical and humorous fantasy adventure filled with imaginative and fantastical characters. I Couldn't help envisioning it as an animated feature. Beautifully written. It's the first Salman Rushdie book I've read and I'm very interested in exploring his other works now.
What an entertaining read. Haroun features great colorful characters and dun scenes. A wonderfully inventive tale written by the same author of the Satanic Verses. Rushdie ahs a major sense of putting words on paper. So intelligent, so well-read, and so well-made. The book shines of insights of freedom and ideas.