Harún y el Mar de las Historias
Publish date: 1999
Pages no: 222
Edition language: Spanish
, Young Adult
, Asian Literature
, Indian Literature
, Magical Realism
Actual Rating - 4.5 StarsThis was an absolutely lovely childrens book! I loved it. It should be right up there with [a:Neil Gaiman|1221698|Neil Gaiman|https://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/authors/1234150163p2/1221698.jpg]'s [b:The Graveyard Book|2213661|The Graveyard Book|Neil Gaiman|https://d202m...
about halway through the book, i realised it reminded me of something. but i couldn't put my finger on it. a very annoying feeling, it really is, to feel like you've read something that sorta kinda maybe looks like the thing you're eating throgh right now. not to worry, i realised what it reminded m...
A YA novel that is delightful in and of itself for its story, language play, and relationships. However, knowing that Rushdie wrote it for his son while he was in hiding, and why he was in hiding, adds additional levels to the reader's appreciation.
A similarly enjoyable story as The Phantom Tollbooth.