[Reading] ➷ The Stories of Ray Bradbury Volume 2 By Ray Bradbury – Dolove.info

The Stories of Ray Bradbury Volume 2 One Hundred Classic Stories From The Celebrated Author Of Fahrenheit In This, The First Volume Of Ray Bradbury S Short Stories, Some Of The Author S Finest Works Are Published Together, Among Them Homecoming , Veldt , A Sound Of Thunder And The Long Rain Join An Ill Fated Crew Of Astronauts Pushed To The Brink Of Insanity By The Incessant And Highly Corrosive Rain On Venus, A High Tech Virtual Reality Playroom That Comes To Life With Terrible Consequences, And A Safari Company Offering Tours For The Wealthy Back In Time To The Prehistoric Era To Stalk And Kill Dinosaurs, Resulting In The Present They Return To Being Irrevocably Altered This Collection Is A Rare Treasure Trove Of Wonder As Apprehensive About Technology And The Fate Of Humanity As It Is Elegiaic Of Its Irrepressible Progress Each Story Presents An Enlightening And Poetic Facet Of Bradbury S Writing, Every One As Relevant Now As When It Was First Written

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

10 thoughts on “The Stories of Ray Bradbury Volume 2

  1. says:

    Working through this volume to find stories by Bradbury that I haven t read, having read most of his stories over the years Wonderful writer and wonderful in the true sense of the word stories.

  2. says:

    I don t envy the editors of this collection There are easier tasks than deciding what to choose from the 500 stories Brad Bradbury has written in his 90 years These two volumes combine about 150 of them stories, not years , so this is the biggest collection to date.There are some classics in here that have been anthologi

  3. says:

    I have focused on short story lot last year, as I was not ready to invest in another science fiction or fantasy book series, and I generally don t like to read stand alone books For me the short story format is really unique because in space of few pages a author has not only create a whole world to his user, but also has to re

  4. says:

    Many, many years ago my cousin gave me a copy of Bradbury s Martian Chronicles That was about all I ever read of Bradbury until now I liked the Martian Chronicles They were imaginative, exciting, and different in a Twilight ZoneThese stories are much broader, of course, but I think represent a very creative mind at work I have a theor

  5. says:

    June 6, 2012 Reading some of Bradbury s short stories on this day, the day he passed away, leaving the world at the age of 91 A medicine for Melancholy Read this one first A very fine, downplayed story set in the 1700s and quite a bold story What a cure for melancholy Up next now Fever Dream Fever Dreams Reading this was strange, strange ind

  6. says:

    Three and a half Read about 15 stories of this collection In the introduction Bradbury explains that the main reason for him to write is the sheer joy he has in doing it and that is exactly what these stories radiate the intense pleasure of storytelling Funny, chilling, surprising they often are, the only drawback being the setting that is often re

  7. says:

    In a collection of this size, there are bound to be a few repeats, but that wasn t a big deal when compared with the fact that I finally got a chance to read There Will Come Soft Rains and Mars Is Heaven , two of the best short stories I have ever read It is always a pleasure to read The Rocket Man as well, and whenever Doug Spaulding shows up, something

  8. says:

    It seems almost blasphemy to make a bad comment about Bradbury s work, given how he is so highly rated, but I found most of these stories pointless I find he reads like Dickens why use two words, when twenty would do And these stories felt very much like he had to hit a word count repetition or unnecessary detail seem to be the norm.

  9. says:

    It s 100 stories so some will be better than others I would describe them as imaginative, thrilling, moving, thought provoking, prescient, nostalgic and extremely well written I love the way he uses language.I will never finish this collection or Volume 2 I have been reading and re reading these stories for forty years and see no reason to stop now.

  10. says:

    A rather amazing collection of stories from Bradbury, showcasing his imagination, his ability to shift tone and topics, and his fantastic use of language As a side note I think I deserve a medal for accomplishing the Herculean task of getting through this nearly 1000 page tome.

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