Title Fury: A Novel
Binding Hard Cover
Book Condition As New
Jacket Condition As New
Edition 1st Edition. 1st Impression.
Publisher Westminster, Maryland, U.S.A. Random House Inc 2001
0-679-46333-X / 9780679463337
Signature/Autograph or Inscription Signed by Author
A.B.Normal Book Number 190338
As new in as new DJ protected by mylar DJ cover. Book is in very fine condition in very fine DJ. Tight no marks, bumps or blems. Signed by author on full title page. Signature guaranteed, Purchased from a book dealer noted for signed books that I have I have been dealing for years.For pictures or additional info write me at info at abnormalbooks dot com or visit my site. FROM THE CRITICS Boyd Tonkin - The Independent (London) ...Fury contains enough thrillingly fresh writing and ideas to show up most of Rushdie's contemporaries as parochial plodders.... I wrote in The Independent's review of Fury that "I would rather read one page of flawed Rushdie than 1,000 of the soporific pap that often passes for 'literary fiction' in Britain today". Even at his worst, Rushdie will wake you up; even at their best, many of his politer peers will send you fast into a dreamless, idea-free sleep.' From Book Magazine 'All very picaresque, all conspiring to make Fury something a Rushdie novel rarely qualifies as: a real page-turner. What linger after the entertainment are the questions the book raises about nature and artifice, coercion and acceptance, and the transforming value of fury itself.-Paul Evans.' From Pulisher's Weekly - 'Rushdie remains a master of satire that rings true with unsettling acuity and dark, comedic brilliance.'