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  1. says:

    I may have read some Ray Bradbury when I was a teenager but my memory is weak But when he died in June 2012 I looked for a book This is the one I found used at an affordable price It was first published in 1965 and claims to be Ray Bradbury s own selection of his best stories I have always put Bradbury in the science fiction category I guess most people do But the label that I might now select

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    I just recently stumbled upon Bradbury, and I regret that it has taken me this long to read his writing There was not a single short story in this collection that I did not like Each had such original characters with such intense emotions Because of Bradbury s skillful use of point of view, I could feel every obsession, every fear, every desire from the characters perspectives Each story also seeme

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    This is the book that got me hooked on everything Bradbury My high school creative writing teacher introduced me to Ray Bradbury with Zen in the Art of Writing I liked it, so I figured I d go out and find some of his fiction I had already read Fahrenheit 451, but I think I was too young when I read it for it to make a real impact on me I found this book on the shelves at the local bookstore, read it, a

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    Will write up later, original review posted over on BL

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    my favourite of his collections This is the one he signed for me while we had a nice private chat in Brentano s Paris, 6 5 95 A treasure eternal inspiration.

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    I think one of the best things about this collection is that all the stories heighten each other, because you never know what you re going to get Is it a straight up childhood adventure Time or space travel Supernatural events So each story makes the others suspenseful, because you never know when the story might take a turn for the surreal or turn out to be not what you thought.There are some themes that reappear

  7. says:

    Ray is the greatest and I love him

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    Honestly, these really are some of the best Bradbury stories A great primer to people looking to get into Bradbury s best short stories immediately I wish I d found this sooner That said, Mr Bradbury s work is occasionally a bit dated, and yes, this collection does include The Story Where All The White People Are Dead So White People Are Now Oppressed And Bradbury Clearly Didn t Consult Any People Of Color On The Matter S

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    I decided to catch up on some old favorites and to discover some new stories after hearing about Ray Bradbury s recent passing This collection of some of his own favorite short stories was a good place to start There are two selections from The Martian Chronicles, one of my all time favorite books, and another brilliant story, There Will Come Soft Rains, about a post apocalyptical automated house that still prepares meals for

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    I will confess that my reading of Bradbury has been limited to Fahrenheit 451 a great book, to be sure, but hardly typical of the man s skills as a writer But I am trying to expand my horizons, and to this end I picked up a copy of this short story collection while on a booking stop at a store not far from Big South Fork It took a while for me to get to it, but once I did wow Essentially this is a best of the best circa mid sixti

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About the Author: Ray Bradbury

Ray Douglas Bradbury, American novelist, short story writer, essayist, playwright, screenwriter and poet, was born August 22, 1920 in Waukegan, Illinois He graduated from a Los Angeles high school in 1938 Although his formal education ended there, he became a student of life, selling newspapers on L.A street corners from 1938 to 1942, spending his nights in the public library and his days at