Format: mass market paperback
Publisher: Del Rey Books
Pages no: 180
, Young Adult
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, Read For School
This has been a classic from the day it was printed 60 years have passed and it is a relevant now as then. It is not the importance of books but the spirit of what they give us the freedom of independent thought. Yeah this has become a favorite and a re read. =)
Guy Montag is a fireman. His night job is to respond to calls and burn down homes with books. He's going along in his life pretty hunky-dory until he meets Clarisse, his quirky neighbor, who abruptly jolts him out of his hum-drum life (and wife who is addicted to an interactive TV family and overd...
I debated on weither or not to review this on here. I mean after all it’s an older book and I’m sure there are a ton of reviews on it, and there is a movie already. I know that people are aware that this book is worth reading, they don’t really need me to tell them that. But I went to type up my rev...
This book was amazing and terrifying at the same time. It was written in 1953, but it really makes you think of the state of the world now. In a world of mindless tv (have you seen the reality shows these days?), without any real face to face connection between people, and without books, there ar...
When I first read this book in middle school, I was underwhelmed. I wanted more adventure and excitement as well as a more insightful version of the future. Bradbury's world of hyper-technology and hypo-intellectualism has always approached redundancy. And after reading other dystopic fiction lik...
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