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Midnight's Children by Salman Rushdie
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Jan 01, 11

Read from October 27, 2010 to January 01, 2011

Salman Rushdie tells the story of Saleem Sinai whose birth on August 15th, 1947 mirrors that of his home country, India, as it grows into a nation.

When tasting wine or beer, I often describe the taste as being big. Big in a sense of complex and containing flavors that I may not be able to identify but I know they are there and I enjoy them. I would say the same thing about this book. It is big and full of complexities that I may not be able to describe, but I have enjoyed.

Rushdie is an amazing story teller, beautifully weaving magic, history, betrayal, and truth. This is a great book.
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Reading Progress

10/27/2010 page 15
2.0%
12/14/2010 page 300
46.0% "I have misplaced my book! Must find it soon!"
12/15/2010 page 400
62.0% "Found it!!!"
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Elizabeth I'm so glad I read it and look forward to the 2011 Books and welcoming Andrew to Goodreads.


Charlie I just got our first book! Bring on 2011!


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Drew I'm going to read Midnight's Children. How could I not after reading your review??!!


message 4: by Charlie (last edited Jan 03, 2011 07:46AM) (new) - rated it 5 stars

Charlie You will not be disappointed.


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