Reading Salman Rushdie's Haroun

Cleaned-up an old school bag and saw Haroun and the Sea of Stories by Salman Rushdie. I've just gone through the first couple of chapters, and am pleased with the flow, so far.

Haroun is a young boy whose father loves to tell stories. One day, his mother runs off with their next-door neighbor, and Haroun angrily tells his dad that what use are stories which are not real. That breaks his father's heart and he ends up not being able to tell stories anymore.

And so the story continues with their search for.... Anyway, I hope the promising start continues till the end.


[ First posted on 07/30/2002 by Manuel Viloria ]



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