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Review: Haroun and the Sea of Stories

User Review  - Regine - Goodreads

Oh Mr. Rushdie! You have such a way with words! It's no wonder beautiful women flock to your feet! okay Regine, let's be serious now Haroun and the Sea of Stories is a book that Rushdie wrote for his ... Read full review

Review: Haroun and the Sea of Stories

User Review  - Nora Ghenciulescu - Goodreads

It's a story about a beloved storyteller an his son, Haroun. They live in ,,The Sad City" ,a city that has forgotten its own name out of sadness. One day Harouns mom runs away with Mr. Sengupta, and ... Read full review

Review: Haroun and the Sea of Stories

User Review  - Sarah Milne - Goodreads

I LOVE this book. If I ever have kids I will read this to them at bedtime. It is an enchanting story with layers of value. Haroun and the Sea of Stories can be read as a nice adventure about the ... Read full review

Review: Haroun and the Sea of Stories

User Review  - Tara Lynn Tanner - Goodreads

Ahhh, Salman, you had me at Haroun. I am a Rushdie fan- so you should know that. But if you've been wary of him (you know, what with the fatwa and all) or even tried and failed to imbibe the ... Read full review

Review: Haroun and the Sea of Stories

User Review  - Ana Lopes - Goodreads

This is in my Top Ten Fave Books Ever! Literature snobs laugh at me because this, and not ¨Midnight´s Children¨ is my favorite Rushdie. Well, screw them, because this is one of the most magical, colorful,poetic, and downright readable books in existance. Try this. You won´t regret it. Read full review

Review: Haroun and the Sea of Stories

User Review  - elissa - Goodreads

This was recommended to me by Laurice as a children's novel--we both love kids' books--so I went into it expecting a children's book, albeit, a children's book as Salman Rushdie might approach ... Read full review


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