This is the novel I love to give to musicians. It's about music and using music to make a life and rescue people from death. It's a magical realist story of love that's inconstant and travels through an underworld. It's about genius. It's about disorientation. It's inspired by the myth of Orpheus and I love it.
I found this book at a second hand store and had never read any of the critically renowned works of Salman Rushdie. I was sadly disappointed. I read the first 100 pages and found myself skimming over most of the prolific prose just to find the story line. I skipped ahead into various parts of the rest of the book and found that it wasn't going to get any better. I should have saved myself the time, but at least I know not to pick up another book by the same author.
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