Das Kind von morgen
Publish date: 1984
Pages no: 367
Edition language: Deutsch
Bradbury at his best combines nostalgia and creepiness in a tone reminiscent of the old Twilight Zone TV series. At his worst his prose is florid and purple with just enough misogyny to make reading him very uncomfortable. The writers of Mad Men must have grown up on Bradbury's fiction because all h...
Interesting collection of short stories, three of which are based in Ireland, 2 in Dublin itself. I was prompted to read this by a twilight zone episode. They're really light SF/Fantasy
Bradbury is a master story teller, and a man with some really interesting ideas. His stories linger in the mind long after they've been read.