If time and money were infinite, this is what we would buy and read.
Luka and the Fire of Life
by Salman Rushdie
Another novella for young readers from Rushdie, this companion piece to Haroun and the Sea of Stories is about Haroun’s younger brother Luka. Not to be confused with that chick on the second floor.
He’s got 99 problems but a book ain’t one.
Oh God, that was terribe. I’m so sorry.
Mark was all about this book in hardcover. That edition was 592 pages long and this new paperback is 680 pages long, which means it got 88 pages more awesome since March.
Or they reformatted so people could still read the words printed close to the spine.
One of those.