Two Years Eight Months and Twenty-Eight Nights by Salman Rushdie
Imagine a disjunctive moment of historic importance—at a stroke of a clock, present and future are irreparably torn from the anchor of the past. In the aftermath, cultures clash and supernatural powers are unleashed. A warp is opened in the space-time continuum. Laws of physics are changed, and real-life alchemy can create gold on demand. A magical baby…
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