Victory City Review: Is Salman Rushdie’s New Novel ‘Asian Game of Thrones’?

In 2017, I interviewed Salman Rushdie by phone for this article. It’s a beautiful September day in New York, the superstar author told me, and he’s excited to be on a promotional mission for his Trump offensive game, the Golden House. He has a generous spirit that reflects everything from last season’s finale of Game of Thrones, to how The Satanic Verses was ultimately told about it – a book – rather than “stuff” engulfed it”.

Of course, I am referring to the prize money awarded to the Booker Prize winner in 1989 by Ayatollah Khomeini for noticing the insults against the Prophet Mohammed contained in that novel. After years of hiding, living under constant protection, Rushdie that day sounded free and comfortable, one who could look back on it all from the vantage of a safe new home in a land new water. The irony about another kind of cancellation culture that currently exists in the world hasn’t gone away for him. Victory City Review: Is Salman Rushdie’s New Novel ‘Asian Game of Thrones’?

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