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Much memorable speculative fiction has been set either in the developing world or in an obviously fantasticated version of it.
But of course, being a Bradbury book, it's nonetheless utterly fantasticated in the unique Bradbury manner, and will appeal to anyone who has enjoyed Bradbury's many tales in the genre.
These days, thanks to a string of surprise box-office hits based on old fables drawn from the _Katha-Sarit-Sagar_ compendium -- the "Ocean of the Streams of Story", longer than the Arabian Nights and equally as fantasticated -- Sisodia was no longer based exclusively in his tiny office on Bombay's Readymoney Terrace, but had apartments in London and New York, and Oscars in his toilets.