From Publishers Weekly
Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
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A typical Salman Rushdie constant change of time, dramatic personae and geographical location. One has to have a good memory
and a long time span in order to follow the... Read more
I have slowly been working my way through Rushdie novels and the book provided an interesting, though rather strange story. Read morePublished 5 months ago by James C. Casterline
I love Salman. <i> The Moor's Last Sigh </i> is a sweeping, time-tripping postcolonial epic about the dark and twisty history of the da Gama-Zogoiby clan that is Joycean in... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Christin M. Mulligan
This was a fascinating book. Salman Rushdie is clearly intelligent, knowledgeable and has a deep love and respect for India.Published 19 months ago by Teresa
I am not a great fan of magic realism, so I am probably not the best judge of this book in comparison with, say, The Satanic Verses or Midnight’s Children. Read morePublished 20 months ago by John Duncan
I am not understanding why this tale is depicting the moors as anything but black since they were black and of African decent.Published 22 months ago by Kimberly Hutchins