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Long After Midnight In Twenty Two Stories Of Amazing Range And Variety, Ray Bradbury Once Again Works His Special Magic, Sounding Out Life S Mysteries In The Past, Present, And The FutureStories A Piece Of Wood A Story Of Love Variant Of These Things Happen Darling Adolf Drink Entire Against The Madness Of Crowds Forever And The Earth GBS Mark V Getting Through Sunday Somehow Have I Got A Chocolate Bar For You Interval In Sunlight Long After Midnight One Timeless Spring Punishment Without Crime The Better Part Of Wisdom The Blue Bottle The Burning Man The Messiah The Miracles Of Jamie The October Game The Parrot Who Met Papa The Pumpernickel The Utterly Perfect Murder The Wish



10 thoughts on “Long After Midnight

  1. says:

    The October Game was my favorite story in Long After Midnight It s one of those tales where the last line punches you right in the gut Unfortunately, many of the rest of the stories didn t resonate with me Perhaps I read this collection too close to The Martian Chronicles I couldn t help but compare the two and The Chronicles always came


  2. says:

    Description In twenty two stories of amazing range and variety, Ray Bradbury once again works his special magic, sounding out life s mysteries in the past, present, and the future. The Blue Bottle One Timeless Spring The Parrot Who Met Papa amusing story with many lit references The Burning Man A Piece of Wood The Messiah G.B.S Mark V


  3. says:

    In my review of The October Country, I noted that Ray Bradbury was one of the first writers I read as a boy I ll expand a little on that in this review I bought this paperback in, roughly, 1979 in either Waldenbooks or B Daltons, from the Ocean County Mall in Toms River, NJ I read a few of the stories but then it sat on my shelf for nearly 30 yea


  4. says:

    I loved this collection Bradbury truly was a master word smith Some of his lines are so unique they shouldn t work, but they do, spectacularly It s hard to choose a favourite story in this anthology I honestly loved them all.


  5. says:

    Ray Bradbury is what I would call a literary author who s always labeled as writing genre stories never mind the debate about what literary means in this context he s a storyteller but his writing is also suffused with poetic flourishes and evocative, moody imagery and dialog that many genre authors skimp on That said, none of the short stories I ve read


  6. says:

    Not long ago, in a moment of minor personal crisis, I found myself hungering after the literary equivalent of comfort food Something familiar, but not too familiar not familiar to the point of boredom Yet something that would give me a predictably pleasant lift.Wandering our basement library which contains some 3000 of those bulky pre Kindle items earlier ge


  7. says:

    Got it done by midnight This is a group of short stories written in true Bradbury style Always love his stuff


  8. says:

    On the cover of this book, above Ray Bradbury s name, is written this line The World s Greatest Living Science Fiction Writer This edition was published in 1976, so this may have been true then although I m sure there are many that would disagree with the greatest , but now that Ray Bradbury has died, we may say he was our greatestwhat He wrote than science fiction


  9. says:

    Ray Bradbury is, along with Philip K Dick, one of the two science fiction writers I most aspire to emulate I was reminded of why this is on the first of the 22 stories in this collection.The quality of the stories in this collection ranges from a couple that didn t resonate with me 3 star or even 2 star to several that were pitch perfect and remind me of exactly why it


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    Will add reviews for each story as I make my way through, not necessarily in order DRINK ENTIRE AGAINST THE MADNESS OF CROWDSOne of the stranger shorts I ve read by Bradbury His poetic language has gone so mad in this one it s barely controlled, in danger of going off the rails It doesn t, but not by much There is a moral to this story of a witch and a broken middle aged so


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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