malwethien (malwethien) wrote in bookish,

Book Review: The Enchantress of Florence

I didn’t think I would actually finish this wonderful book by Salman Rushdie.  To be honest, I find it quite difficult and intimidating to write a “review” about it.  Though I found the book quite enjoyable, I know that in terms of trying to understand its meaning, I have not even scratched the surface. 

To put it briefly, The Enchantress of Florence is a complex, multi-layered story about power, love, betrayal, travel, history, magic and romance set against the backdrop of India and Italy during the renaissance. 

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