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The Ground Beneath Her Feet by Salman Rushdie
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Jun 28, 2007

it was amazing
Read in January, 2002

Greek Odyssey and Rock 'n' Roll - awesome combination and not a real surprising one either. After all, the Greek Gods of the last several decades may be Rock stars. Rushdie blends the myth of Orpheus (an actual rock god) and the story of fictional musicians, that incorporates fictional Madonnas, Jim Morrisons, Hendrix's and others. Rushdie did his hmoework for The Boss is in there and even the Girevious Angel himself. The story takes place in Europe (U.K and India) and The States. This one as a music fan, was a true pleasure to read. Sort of like a Ulysses for pop culture nerds.
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