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  • A magical-realist reflection of the issues India faced post-independence including culture, language, religion, and politics… It’s a truly incredible work.

    Jack Rear, Verdict
  • The extraordinary alchemy of Midnight’s Children was its miraculous fusion of the fantastical and the historical.

    Jereme Boyd Maunsell, Evening Standard
  • A wonderful, rich and humane novel that is safe to call a classic.

    Sam Jordison, Guardian
  • Rushdie’s novel took a post-colonial “empire fights back” spirit, and a deep personal understanding of the politics of Indian partition, and exploded them into something teeming with imaginative life… He inhabits a hybrid consciousness, with a telepathic connection to the other children of midnight, and tells its stories for all he is worth.

    Tim Adams, Observer
  • A head-spinning tale... Rushdie's masterpiece virtually invented a new language for Anglo-Indian literature

    John Walsh, Reader's Digest

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