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The Ground beneath her Feet Salman Rushdie S Most Ambitious And Accomplished Novel, Sure To Be Hailed As His Masterpiece.At The Beginning Of This Stunning Novel, Vina Apsara, A Famous And Much Loved Singer, Is Caught Up In A Devastating Earthquake And Never Seen Again By Human Eyes This Is Her Story, And That Of Ormus Cama, The Lover Who Finds, Loses, Seeks, And Again Finds Her, Over And Over, Throughout His Own Extraordinary Life In Music Their Epic Romance Is Narrated By Ormus S Childhood Friend And Vina S Sometime Lover, Her Back Door Man, The Photographer Rai, Whose Astonishing Voice, Filled With Stories, Images, Myths, Anger, Wisdom, Humor, And Love, Is Perhaps The Book S True Hero Telling The Story Of Ormus And Vina, He Finds That He Is Also Revealing His Own Truths His Human Failings, His Immortal Longings He Is A Man Caught Up In The Loves And Quarrels Of The Age S Goddesses And Gods, But Dares To Have Ambitions Of His Own And Lives To Tell The Tale.Around These Three, The Uncertain World Itself Is Beginning To Tremble And Break Cracks And Tears Have Begun To Appear In The Fabric Of The Real There Are Glimpses Of Abysses Below The Surfaces Of Things The Ground Beneath Her Feet Is Salman Rushdie S Most Gripping Novel And His Boldest Imaginative Act, A Vision Of Our Shaken, Mutating Times, An Engagement With The Whole Of What Is And What Might Be, An Account Of The Intimate, Flawed Encounter Between The East And The West, A Brilliant Remaking Of The Myth Of Orpheus, A Novel Of High And Low Comedy, High And Low Passions, High And Low Culture It Is A Tale Of Love, Death, And Rock N Roll.


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10 thoughts on “The Ground beneath her Feet

  1. says:

    4.5 starsThis was exceptionally well done A for plan and execution Mr Rushdie Reading Salman Rushdie makes me want to take an advanced mythology class He really uses it well According to Wiki, it is a variation on the Orpheus Eurydice myth with rock music replacing Orpheus lyre The myth works as a red thread from which the author sometimes strays, bu


  2. says:

    Knew it was my favorite book ever as soon as I read it Read all the others I d said that about again just to be sure It was Rushdie s polyglot wordplay and his gift for pun Why is it that multi lingual writers like Rushdie and Nabokov are the most exceptional punsters are irrepressible It s a transcontinental, slightly fantastical elseworld story in which


  3. says:

    A strange and abounding novel, which plunges us into the destiny of an imaginary rock band, whose two leaders, united and torn by a love story, gradually change the face of the world.The story is mainly due to the fantastic pinch which the author has sprinkled, the group s inspirer being in contact with a mysterious parallel dimension that gradually invades the


  4. says:

    I either love or hate Salman Rushdie This book comes into the second category I ll never finish this book nor Haroun and the Sea of Stories, nor the Satanic Verses Life is too short to plough throughthan the first 50 pages if you haven t got into it by that stage On the other hand though, I will pro...


  5. says:

    Having only read Midnight s Children by this author before, I was actually a tiny bit terrified of trying this one, especially on audio It wasn t nearly as hard to follow so the audio ended up being an excellent option.The story is told by a man named Rai and covers the time from his first sight of Vina until after her death It tells the story of two lovers, Vina and Ormus,


  6. says:

    I think Rushdie can be a bit daunting sometimes because he s really an intellectual through and through He fills his writing with countless references to mythology and history in a way that I find rewarding but some may find difficult Rushdie creates the story of a band and music that grows to epic proportions We follow the story of Rai, a photographer who falls precariously in l


  7. says:

    I walked away from this book with many feelings, but, principal among them was boredom I have seen a lot of people labelling Tolkein s work as self indulgent Tolkein, my friends, was lyrical His book had heart, soul His characters were weighed down by destiny and the strength of their choices Rushdie, in the other hand, is self indulgent.I have read The Moor s Last Sigh, Shalimar the C


  8. says:

    i will confess that i started satanic verses key word, started i read the first 10 15 pages, and realized that i had NO idea what i was reading so i turned to a nifty cliff note thing on line and realized that what i had read and re read four times was the protagonists falling through the air after their airplane kabooms surprising to me and thats when i did not read any maybe some other day


  9. says:

    I really wanted to read this book, and though I haven t read much else by him, I really like Salman Rushdie. But I just couldn t get into this Every time I picked it up I couldn t get throughthan 20 pages without putting it down and finding myself with no incentive to pick it back up again From October 2007 until about a month ago I hadn t even gotten through half the book.Suffice it to say I was


  10. says:

    oops i did it again i started it for the third time and i m determined to finish and like it i intend the same thing with ulysses and foucault s pendulum i ll see about the rest if only i could get over the first 100 pages wish me luck i can t believe i paid 43.8 RON in 2005 to get this book well, this might be just another reason for reading it U2 feat rushdie wrote a beautiful song based on the bookht


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