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Farewell, Summer In A Summer That Refuses To End, In The Deceiving Warmth Of Earliest October, Civil War Has Come To Green Town, Illinois It Is The Age Old Conflict The Young Against The Elderly, For Control Of The Clock That Ticks Their Lives Ever Forward The First Cap Pistol Shot Heard Round The Town Is Dead Accurate, Felling An Old Man In His Tracks, Compelling Town Elder And School Board Despot Mr Calvin C Quartermain To Marshal His Graying Forces And Declare Total War On The Assassin, Thirteen Year Old Douglas Spaudling, And His Downy Checked Cohorts Doug And His Cronies, However, Are Most Worthy Adversaries Who Should Not Be Underestimated, As They Plan And Execute Daring Campaigns Matching Old Quartermain S Experience And Cunning With Their Youthful Enthusiasm And Devil May Care Determination To Hold On Forever To Childhood S Summer Yet Time Must Ultimately Be The Victor, With Valuable Revelations For Those On Both Sides Of The Conflicts And Life Waits In Ambush To Assail Doug Spaulding With Its Powerful Mysteries The Irresistible Ascent Of Manhood, The Sweet Surrender To A First Kiss

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 “Farewell, Summer

  1. says:

    Ray Bradbury is to American literature as Credence Clearwater Revival is to classic rock, a producer of compact, meaningful, entertaining genre ambiguous work that speaks with a masterful voice Farewell Summer is the sequel to Dandeli

  2. says:

    Only Bradbury can write a novel like this Captivating, vibrant and entrancing from the first page on..Of course it s the sequel to Dandelion Wine , and it has taken him than 50 years to write it..Let me say that Bradbury is indeed a master st

  3. says:

    Blurb from Dandelion wine.A moving recollection of a magical small town summer I loved that book and gave it 5 however I didn t write a review Farewell summer is a follow on from that book Bradbury says in the closing of it that it is an extension of t

  4. says:

    A wonderful, long awaited sequel to DANDELION WINE FAREWELL SUMMER offers a poignant message about youth and aging, with a few frights thrown in for good measure I have also listened to the audio version of this book, and it is magnificent

  5. says:

    Farewell, Summer Here it is October 1st Temperature s 82 Season just won t let go The leaves won t turn from Farewell, Summer by Ray BradburyI read Farewell Summer on the last day of summer My electric company had sent me a warning email that my bill would be twice as h

  6. says:

    WOW Real emotion I cannot remember the last time that an author caused me to close a book and take a moment to sob like what happened with this book today Perhaps I read too much and have become jaded, but thankfully Mr Bradbury broke through for me I have waited for this book f

  7. says:

    This is a sequel to Dandelion Wine In an afterword, Bradbury says that originally Dandelion Wine was longer but the material that went beyond the end of the book as printed was cut in response to his editor He carried on working on the novelfor fifty years Is it worth the wait Oh yesyes

  8. says:

    Dandelion Wine What a book to get drunk on What a book to fill your brain, unrelentingly, with beauty on every single page What we have here isn t so much a sequel as a sip Not a ton of plot, not too many characters Maybe it s not Dandelion Wine, but it s also not as long It s Ray Bradbury, and h

  9. says:

    Dandelion Wine is one of my favorite books Ever So I was pretty reluctant to read this, its sequel Why Um, because Dandelion Wine is a great stand alone novel And because fifty years is a really long time to wait to publish a follow up.But damn it, I loved it Farewell Summer is diffe

  10. says:

    Is it as good as Dandelion Wine Wellto be honest, no But still, it s a fine read for any Bradbury fan and someone looking to catch a bit of Green Town, IL Where Dandelion Wine captured the joys of innocent childhood and a town full of unique and charming characters bottled like a nice wine , Farewell Summer is a

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