• FICTION

    FROM THE DUST RETURNED

    OCT. 1, 2001

SCIENCE FICTION & FANTASY

FROM THE DUST RETURNED

by Ray Bradbury

A far cry from the great early stories, but filled with a nostalgic charm that vitiates Bradbury’s notorious rhetorical... Full review >

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  • FICTION

    ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD

    APRIL 2, 2002

FICTION

ONE MORE FOR THE ROAD

by Ray Bradbury

Slight, affecting, voluble, exuberant—by a writer who feels life’s even better than he can imagine. Full review >

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  • FICTION

    LET’S ALL KILL CONSTANCE

    JAN. 8, 2003

MYSTERY & DETECTIVE

LET’S ALL KILL CONSTANCE

by Ray Bradbury

Only one question remains: Has the superheated prose on display here finally caught up with the postmodernism of Don Webb’s... Full review >

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  • FICTION

    BRADBURY STORIES

    AUG. 5, 2003

FICTION

BRADBURY STORIES

by Ray Bradbury

This will quite likely go down as grandmaster Bradbury’s magnum opus in lieu of an acid-free trove by Library of America.... Full review >

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  • FICTION

    THE CAT’S PAJAMAS

    JULY 1, 2004

FICTION

THE CAT’S PAJAMAS

by Ray Bradbury

Bradbury on autopilot, mostly, mixing dashes of beautiful whimsy with gold-tinged nostalgia and the occasional sharp stab of... Full review >

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  • NONFICTION

    BRADBURY SPEAKS

    AUG. 1, 2005

NONFICTION

BRADBURY SPEAKS

by Ray Bradbury

Essays made up mainly of declamation. Stick with the novels and stories that ensure Bradbury’s place in the pantheon. Full review >

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  • FICTION

    FAREWELL SUMMER

    OCT. 17, 2006

FICTION

FAREWELL SUMMER

by Ray Bradbury

A thin work, heavily reliant on dialogue, but one that serves as an intriguing coda to one of Bradbury’s classics. Full review >

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  • FICTION

    NOW AND FOREVER

    SEPT. 1, 2007

FICTION

NOW AND FOREVER

by Ray Bradbury

Writing for the fun of writing. A treat for the reader. Full review >

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  • FICTION

    WE’LL ALWAYS HAVE PARIS

    FEB. 1, 2009

FICTION

WE’LL ALWAYS HAVE PARIS

by Ray Bradbury

Nothing too surprising, but the stories are pleasant and evocative. Full review >

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