Haroun and the Sea of Stories (UK Edition) by Salman Rushdie
By Salman Rushdie
Publish 12 months note: released March twenty fifth 1993 through Penguin Books, constrained (UK) (first released 1990)
Haroun's father is the best of all storyletters. His magical tales convey laughter to the sorrowful urban of Alifbay. yet sooner or later anything is going incorrect and his father runs out of news to inform. Haroun is set to come back the storyteller's reward to his father. So he flies off at the again of the Hoopie chicken to the ocean of reports - and an attractive event starts off.
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