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NINE YEAR OLD Margot remembers the sun. "[A] yellow crayon or a coin large enough to buy the world with . . . a warmness, like a blushing in the face, in the body, in the arms and legs and trembling hands." In Ray Bradbury's revered short story, "All Summer in a Day," the last time Margot saw the sun was when she was four years old and still living on Earth. After her famil NINE YEAR OLD Margot remembers the sun. "[A] yellow crayon or a coin large enough to buy the world with . . . a warmness, like a blushing in the face, in the body, in the arms and legs and trembling hands." In Ray Bradbury's revered short story, "All Summer in a Day," the last time Margot saw the sun was when she was four years old and still living on Earth. After her family moved to Venus a year later, she longed to see the sun again and to feel its warmth on her skin. On the one day every seven years when it stops raining on Venus and the sun breaks through the perpetual cloud cover to brighten the landscape for a brief two hours, Margot is locked away in a dark closet by her jealous classmates. Readers familiar with the graceful and poetic writing of Ray Bradbury – and those new to his literary magic – will find themselves empathetic toward a young girl who is kept from feeling and seeing the sunlight by her mean-spirited peers. Jump forward in time and meet Margot at 16. In the story "When the Rain Stops," Jason Marchi provides one plausible and satisfying answer to the question left in readers' minds at the end of Bradbury's classic tale of aloneness – whatever happened to Margot? Appearing together for the first time in a single book, a classic short story by one of America’s most beloved writers and an inspired sequel story by a young writer. Ray Bradbury’s “All Summer in a Day,” which first appear in the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction in 1954, became the basis from which Jason Marchi wrote a sequel story 40 years later. • Since its original publication, “All Summer in a Day” has been reprinted in over 75 anthologies. Marchi’s sequel, “When the Rain Stops,” was first published in Verbicide magazine in 2002. • Foreword by William F. Nolan, co-author of Logan’s Run, one of the most seminal novels in the annals of science fiction. • Introduction by Dr. Jonathan R. Eller, Director of the Center for Ray Bradbury Studies at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). • Discussions section for creative writing students. • Bonus letter from Bradbury to Marchi in March of 2002.


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NINE YEAR OLD Margot remembers the sun. "[A] yellow crayon or a coin large enough to buy the world with . . . a warmness, like a blushing in the face, in the body, in the arms and legs and trembling hands." In Ray Bradbury's revered short story, "All Summer in a Day," the last time Margot saw the sun was when she was four years old and still living on Earth. After her famil NINE YEAR OLD Margot remembers the sun. "[A] yellow crayon or a coin large enough to buy the world with . . . a warmness, like a blushing in the face, in the body, in the arms and legs and trembling hands." In Ray Bradbury's revered short story, "All Summer in a Day," the last time Margot saw the sun was when she was four years old and still living on Earth. After her family moved to Venus a year later, she longed to see the sun again and to feel its warmth on her skin. On the one day every seven years when it stops raining on Venus and the sun breaks through the perpetual cloud cover to brighten the landscape for a brief two hours, Margot is locked away in a dark closet by her jealous classmates. Readers familiar with the graceful and poetic writing of Ray Bradbury – and those new to his literary magic – will find themselves empathetic toward a young girl who is kept from feeling and seeing the sunlight by her mean-spirited peers. Jump forward in time and meet Margot at 16. In the story "When the Rain Stops," Jason Marchi provides one plausible and satisfying answer to the question left in readers' minds at the end of Bradbury's classic tale of aloneness – whatever happened to Margot? Appearing together for the first time in a single book, a classic short story by one of America’s most beloved writers and an inspired sequel story by a young writer. Ray Bradbury’s “All Summer in a Day,” which first appear in the Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction in 1954, became the basis from which Jason Marchi wrote a sequel story 40 years later. • Since its original publication, “All Summer in a Day” has been reprinted in over 75 anthologies. Marchi’s sequel, “When the Rain Stops,” was first published in Verbicide magazine in 2002. • Foreword by William F. Nolan, co-author of Logan’s Run, one of the most seminal novels in the annals of science fiction. • Introduction by Dr. Jonathan R. Eller, Director of the Center for Ray Bradbury Studies at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI). • Discussions section for creative writing students. • Bonus letter from Bradbury to Marchi in March of 2002.

30 review for Venus Remembered

  1. 4 out of 5

    Nikki "The Crazie Betty" V.

    This small little book is only roughly 40 pages and contains Ray Bradbury’s short story titled “All Summer in a Day”, and Jason J. Marchi’s sequel follow up story titled “When the Rain Stops”. Ultimately the premise is that humanity has started a settlement on Venus where it rains every single day and only stops for 2 hours every 7 years which is also the only time the sun ever comes out. The main character in both stories, Margot, moved to Venus with her family when she was really young but sti This small little book is only roughly 40 pages and contains Ray Bradbury’s short story titled “All Summer in a Day”, and Jason J. Marchi’s sequel follow up story titled “When the Rain Stops”. Ultimately the premise is that humanity has started a settlement on Venus where it rains every single day and only stops for 2 hours every 7 years which is also the only time the sun ever comes out. The main character in both stories, Margot, moved to Venus with her family when she was really young but still old enough to remember what the sun was like on Earth. Unfortunately, her classmates don’t believe her and right before she will finally get to see the sun after so many years, her classmates lock her in a closet. The follow-up story by Marchi answers what happened to Margot after that incident and how it affected her remaining childhood and into her adulthood. I LOVE Bradbury. I’ve always enjoyed his style and how he can bring out so many emotions in such a short story. He was absolutely brilliant! I can’t say that Marchi’s story totally lived up to Bradbury’s long shadow, but it was still definitely good and a worthwhile sequel to “All Summer in a Day”. I would definitely recommend picking this up if you are a Bradbury fan. Note that there were some formatting errors in the e-book version I received from Netgalley but hopefully that was just the Netgalley version and not the one you can currently get on Amazon for FREE! Even if the errors are still there, I wouldn’t say they are enough to take away the enjoyment of reading these stories. Highly recommended. ARC received via Netgalley. All opinions are expressly my own.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Richard

    Some might say why does a perfect home need an extension.? Oscar Wilde said “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery....” so that explains this sequel then, by a self-confessed Ray Bradbury fan. It is far more however. For those who love their quotes will know the full quotation which continues: “... that mediocrity can pay to greatness.” Ray Bradbury is a mega author worthy of his accolades but what of his acolyte, Jason Marchi are we to consign him to mediocrity? This is far more than a liter Some might say why does a perfect home need an extension.? Oscar Wilde said “Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery....” so that explains this sequel then, by a self-confessed Ray Bradbury fan. It is far more however. For those who love their quotes will know the full quotation which continues: “... that mediocrity can pay to greatness.” Ray Bradbury is a mega author worthy of his accolades but what of his acolyte, Jason Marchi are we to consign him to mediocrity? This is far more than a literary collaboration, this is genius having a mirror held up to it that elevates its greatness. The two stories meld well together not just as a homage to the master. The frustration of a reader not wanting to leave a character hanging. Often in fiction it is used to drive a series forward and good writers do this well and it is widely used in short stories. This is a wonderful treasure to own and read. The two stories sit well together and Marchi’s echo of the original work not only brings some closure to what ifs and did she recover? But his writing matches the poetic structure and intonation so Bradbury’s fine short story reaches a new audience and readers see new insights into Ray Bradbury’s craft. I feel as history records this combined edition published as Venus Remembered is a wonderful book. Each story can be read many times over to reveal nuance and draw fresh appreciation. The notes are the end work well for book groups or an active mind once you get past the English Literature classroom approach. Nothing to fear here though, just scope to think and reflect. Space to find answers to why authors influence our thinking and elevate our minds.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Joan

    Review of Advance Reader’s Copy --- eBook Margot was four when her family left their home on Earth and came to live on Venus. She remembers the sun from her days on Earth, but Venus is a place of perpetual rain and the sun only appears once every seven years . . . and only for two hours. “I think the sun is a flower,” she writes, “That blooms for just one hour.” It’s time for the sun to appear but Margot won’t be able to see it for her mean-spirited classmates have locked her away in a closet, le Review of Advance Reader’s Copy --- eBook Margot was four when her family left their home on Earth and came to live on Venus. She remembers the sun from her days on Earth, but Venus is a place of perpetual rain and the sun only appears once every seven years . . . and only for two hours. “I think the sun is a flower,” she writes, “That blooms for just one hour.” It’s time for the sun to appear but Margot won’t be able to see it for her mean-spirited classmates have locked her away in a closet, leaving her all alone. What will happen to Margot? * * * * * Seven more years have passed; now Margot is preparing to leave Venus and return to Earth where she’ll attend a Boston university. She plans to become a geologist. Or a meteorologist. But it seems as if there’s a problem with the rocket . . . . Margot, a lonely child in the first story, a young adult in the second, is the focus of both stories. Venus, with its ever-present rainfall, is a difficult adjustment for the young girl. And the trauma of her classmates locking her in the closet only adds to her difficulties. It’s a treat to have the second story to speculate on what might have happened to Margot after her release from the locked cabinet. The two stories are a seamless fit, as if their relationship was the result of a perfect plan between the two authors. And the reader reaps the pleasure. Appearing in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction in 1954, Ray Bradbury’s “All Summer in a Day” has enjoyed a lasting popularity. IN 2002, Verbicide published Jason Marchi’s “When the Rain Stops,” a sequel to the Bradbury story, a look at what might have happened to Margot. Published together for the first time, this special volume also includes a foreword by William F. Nolan, an introduction by Doctor Jonathan R. Eller, and discussion suggestions for creative writing students. Highly recommended. I received a free copy of this eBook from Fahrenheit Books and NetGalley #VenusRemembered #NetGalley

  4. 5 out of 5

    Ash

    Venus Remembered is a unique read! I'm thankful for the detailed intro and foreword that fully explains the history and context of Jason Marchi's story as a Bradbury approved sequel to his own story, All Summer in a Day. Ray Bradbury is my top favorite author. Like so many other readers, I connect to his writing and feel my soul stir. This book from Marchi and Fahrenheit Books includes Bradbury's original story then follows with Marchi's sequel. While Marchi doesn't write with the same haunting a Venus Remembered is a unique read! I'm thankful for the detailed intro and foreword that fully explains the history and context of Jason Marchi's story as a Bradbury approved sequel to his own story, All Summer in a Day. Ray Bradbury is my top favorite author. Like so many other readers, I connect to his writing and feel my soul stir. This book from Marchi and Fahrenheit Books includes Bradbury's original story then follows with Marchi's sequel. While Marchi doesn't write with the same haunting and visceral prose, his story is a very natural and Bradbury'esque follow up. I enjoyed this story and recommend this to all Bradbury fans! Thank you NetGalley and Fahrenheit Books for an ecopy of this story in exchange for my honest review.

  5. 5 out of 5

    C. Penders

    I've always been a fan of Ray Bradbury. And this two story collection is a wonderful compendium. Jason Marchi proves himself a worthy trustee of Bradbury's literary style. Don't let this book pass you by because you don't know Jason Marchi. You'll be missing out on something amazing. I've always been a fan of Ray Bradbury. And this two story collection is a wonderful compendium. Jason Marchi proves himself a worthy trustee of Bradbury's literary style. Don't let this book pass you by because you don't know Jason Marchi. You'll be missing out on something amazing.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Wayne

    I've always loved Ray Bradbury, and this is a story I missed. Another fantastic story from the master, along with a follow up story from someone I haven't read before, Jason Marchi. Both stories were fantastic, and this was a very enjoyable, quick, read. I've always loved Ray Bradbury, and this is a story I missed. Another fantastic story from the master, along with a follow up story from someone I haven't read before, Jason Marchi. Both stories were fantastic, and this was a very enjoyable, quick, read.

  7. 4 out of 5

    T. M.

    Here's the review I wrote for Northern Dawn Awards for Venus Remembered. Ray Bradbury is classic. Jason J. Marchi is ingenious. Together, they’re genius. In 1954, Fantasy and Science Fiction magazine published Bradbury’s poignant short story “All Summer in a Day.” It has since graced over seventy -five anthologies. The story centers around nine-year-old Margot, who, along with her family, has moved to perpetually rainy Venus. Here the rain only completely ceases once every seven years, and our protag Here's the review I wrote for Northern Dawn Awards for Venus Remembered. Ray Bradbury is classic. Jason J. Marchi is ingenious. Together, they’re genius. In 1954, Fantasy and Science Fiction magazine published Bradbury’s poignant short story “All Summer in a Day.” It has since graced over seventy -five anthologies. The story centers around nine-year-old Margot, who, along with her family, has moved to perpetually rainy Venus. Here the rain only completely ceases once every seven years, and our protagonist hasn’t seen the sun since she left Earth five years ago. But Joy! Today, the glorious sun is scheduled to make an appearance. Unfortunately, Margot’s classmates, who have never seen the sun themselves, are jealous and a bit doubtful of her sunlight days and lock her in her a closet. Margot is all but forgotten as they frolic in the golden sun. When the rains return, Margot’s classmates are stricken by what they have done and shamefully let her out of the closet to wait seven more years before the sun returns. This is where Bradbury’s story ends, leaving readers to ponder the fate of Margot. Until now. Marchi not only wondered but, with Bradbury’s blessing, wrote the sequel. If Bradbury were to trust anyone with one of his stories, it would be Marchi. Their 25-year long friendship was full of lively discussions about inspiration and writing. In “When the Rain Stops,” Margot is sent briefly back to Earth to recover from her trauma. As a farewell gift, her doctor gives her a book. The book itself is of little importance, but rather its cover features a picture of the sun. Back on Venus, it is a reminder that the sun does in fact exist and not a fantasy that Margot conjured to deal with the eternal gloom. Furthermore, the book gives her hope. Hope that she may one day return home. When that time comes, we know Margot is healed because she is able to pass this hope on. Venus Remembered is a step back in time with a leap forward. It is destined to become a creative classic.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Seraphia

    Venus Remembered is a short book, but it really captures your attention when you read it. Venus Remembered is broken up into two short stories written by two different authors, but focuses on the same story years apart. All Summer in a Day by Ray Bradbury is the older story and while brief captures your attention with a Venus that we’re not familiar with. We’ve been told of how Venus is dry, volcanic, and hot, but the author creates a Venus that is wet and only sees a glimpse of sunlight once ev Venus Remembered is a short book, but it really captures your attention when you read it. Venus Remembered is broken up into two short stories written by two different authors, but focuses on the same story years apart. All Summer in a Day by Ray Bradbury is the older story and while brief captures your attention with a Venus that we’re not familiar with. We’ve been told of how Venus is dry, volcanic, and hot, but the author creates a Venus that is wet and only sees a glimpse of sunlight once every so many years. I feel for the little girl we meet in this short story as well. She intrigues me, but my heart breaks at the bullying she suffers. When the Rain Stops by Jason J. Marchi is the continuation of Ray Bradbury’s All Summer in a Day. Jason J. Marchi gives us Margot once more and lets us know what happened to that little girl after she experienced what she experienced. I like that we get to see her growth and development. The story is short, but it is powerful at the same time. Margot is simple, but strong and I have to say that I smiled at the ending we’re given. I am choosing to rate this short duology 5 out of 5 stars. It’s so well written and fully captured my attention. I was curious about this book initially, but what really drove me to pick up this short collection was seeing one of my favorite authors praise it. I have to say I was not disappointed. If you like science fiction, and distant planets then I encourage you to pick this book up. It’s short, sweet and I don’t think you’ll be disappointed. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Sammi

    This book contains two short stories: The first - “All Summer in a Day by Ray Bradbury” you’ve probably read this in school or just in your reading ~travels~. It’s a stunning story about a girl on Venus & it just speaks for itself. The second is a sequel titled “When the Rain Stops” by Jason J. Marchi which touches us into Margots life many years later and how the experience shaped her. With a preface introduction and discussion questions at the end this is set up for a beautiful book club or schol This book contains two short stories: The first - “All Summer in a Day by Ray Bradbury” you’ve probably read this in school or just in your reading ~travels~. It’s a stunning story about a girl on Venus & it just speaks for itself. The second is a sequel titled “When the Rain Stops” by Jason J. Marchi which touches us into Margots life many years later and how the experience shaped her. With a preface introduction and discussion questions at the end this is set up for a beautiful book club or scholarly discussion day. While this is not the sequel I would have written for Margot I do feel like it is accurate and I appreciate that the language flows seamlessly for a very cohesive story. * I received an arc in exchange for my honest review*.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Melanie S

    Left me cold I can't believe Im giving a book that includes Ray Bradbury's "All Summer in a Day" less than five stars, but here you have it. First of all, its 50 pages comprise only 2 stories, the enduring and haunting Bradbury classic, and Jason J. Marchi's fan-fiction follow up, "When the Rain Stops." The rest is filler - endorsements/apologia for Marchi's work and a lot of complementary comparisons between his story and Bradbury's. UGH. Marchi's story is well-written and touching in it own way Left me cold I can't believe Im giving a book that includes Ray Bradbury's "All Summer in a Day" less than five stars, but here you have it. First of all, its 50 pages comprise only 2 stories, the enduring and haunting Bradbury classic, and Jason J. Marchi's fan-fiction follow up, "When the Rain Stops." The rest is filler - endorsements/apologia for Marchi's work and a lot of complementary comparisons between his story and Bradbury's. UGH. Marchi's story is well-written and touching in it own way, but pales in memory when juxtaposed with its inspiration. I got the unsettling impression that, by piggy-backing his story onto Bradbury's, Marchi intended to establish his special and personal connection to his famous mentor. I find that off-putting. Marchi's story would have been better served by letting it stand on it's own. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Deb Haggerty

    The Sun Shines again Marchi expertly follows Bradbury's story of the little girl denied by her classmates from seeing the sun. A once in seven years' occurrence on Venus, she was traumatized for a long time. Marchi's story picks up when the girl is older, remembers the trauma and what follows. You'll love the ending. I only wished the story were longer. The Sun Shines again Marchi expertly follows Bradbury's story of the little girl denied by her classmates from seeing the sun. A once in seven years' occurrence on Venus, she was traumatized for a long time. Marchi's story picks up when the girl is older, remembers the trauma and what follows. You'll love the ending. I only wished the story were longer.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Steven

    #Bradbury, #scifi, #shortstories. A classic Bradbury with a twist. Jason Marchi does an incredible job writing a continuation as good as the Original.

  13. 4 out of 5

    J.D. DeHart

    Venus Remembered is an entertaining tribute to one of my favorite authors and an introduction to a new voice (for me) in the genre. A perfect read for those of us pining for a new Bradbury story.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Aries.Pisces

    3.5 Stars Venus Remembered is comprised of Ray Bradbury's classic All Summer in a Day and Jason J Marchi's When The Rain Stops. Bradbury's tale is haunting, leaving you to wonder whether Margot will ever see the sun again. In Marchi's story we see a grown Margot hoping to return to Earth from the rain infested Venus of Bradbury's tale. Marchi does a good job of answering the question of what happened to Margot after that fateful day in the closet. While I enjoyed both stories, especially how Marc 3.5 Stars Venus Remembered is comprised of Ray Bradbury's classic All Summer in a Day and Jason J Marchi's When The Rain Stops. Bradbury's tale is haunting, leaving you to wonder whether Margot will ever see the sun again. In Marchi's story we see a grown Margot hoping to return to Earth from the rain infested Venus of Bradbury's tale. Marchi does a good job of answering the question of what happened to Margot after that fateful day in the closet. While I enjoyed both stories, especially how Marchi kept the style and flow of the original work, what I enjoyed less was the "fluff" surrounding the stories. The foreward, preface, introduction, second preface, letter, discussion, and about pages are longer than Bradbury's initial work. It's a bit too much for a book comprised of two short stories. The second preface, in my opinion, interrupts the flow between the books and would have been better if left out of added somewhere else within the other fluff. All of the added minutiae diminishes the stories. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Nicole Normand

    I received a copy from BookSprout; this is my honest review. 1. All Summer in a Day ****: Margot is a very different girl on Venus than what she was on Earth, especially with the description the author gives of her: "... very frail girl ... rain had washed out the blue from her eyes and the red from her mouth and the yellow from her hair ...". There are references about the time the sun will be out, sometimes one hour, sometimes two hours and I got a bit confused. This bullying story is really sa I received a copy from BookSprout; this is my honest review. 1. All Summer in a Day ****: Margot is a very different girl on Venus than what she was on Earth, especially with the description the author gives of her: "... very frail girl ... rain had washed out the blue from her eyes and the red from her mouth and the yellow from her hair ...". There are references about the time the sun will be out, sometimes one hour, sometimes two hours and I got a bit confused. This bullying story is really sad, up to the end and I can't stop thinking that the teacher never counted her students, just asked "Are we all here?" like someone absent would answer. 2. When the Rain Stops *****: Sadness, anger, claustrophobia. Margot was blessed to have parents who sent her to a doctor to get over her trauma. When I read the description of a Venusian I thought "Yikes": "their skin had blanched pale like milk, and mildew grew in their ears". Margot reciprocates in the end while helping the little girl, who's so much like her many years ago. This makes everything okay again in this world.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lee

    Powerful short stories! Admittedly, this is the first time I've read a Ray Bradbury story. It was eye-opening. And the sequel to Bradbury's story that is included in this work is just as good, I believe. It's a continuation of Bradbury's "All Summer in a Day" called "When the Rain Stops" by Jason J. Marchi. The book starts with the story of how Jason Marchi is inspired by and meets Ray Bradbury. It makes the two short stories have more meaning, knowing how personal this all is to Marchi and also Powerful short stories! Admittedly, this is the first time I've read a Ray Bradbury story. It was eye-opening. And the sequel to Bradbury's story that is included in this work is just as good, I believe. It's a continuation of Bradbury's "All Summer in a Day" called "When the Rain Stops" by Jason J. Marchi. The book starts with the story of how Jason Marchi is inspired by and meets Ray Bradbury. It makes the two short stories have more meaning, knowing how personal this all is to Marchi and also Bradbury. I highly recommend this compilation of the two stories and suggest it is a good start for those aren't familiar with the authors. And I believe the impactful writing of both stands for themselves.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Denice Langley

    A fan favorite Bradbury short story paired with an original story of the young girl in All in a Summer's Day was an excellent concept carried out by a skillful author in Jason J Marchis' When the Rain Stops. Both stories address Margot and her rainy life on Venus, one as a girl bullied by her classmates, the next as a young woman who learned from the experience. If you have not read the Bradbury story, you have seriously missed out, but the Marchis story adds significantly to the young girl's hi A fan favorite Bradbury short story paired with an original story of the young girl in All in a Summer's Day was an excellent concept carried out by a skillful author in Jason J Marchis' When the Rain Stops. Both stories address Margot and her rainy life on Venus, one as a girl bullied by her classmates, the next as a young woman who learned from the experience. If you have not read the Bradbury story, you have seriously missed out, but the Marchis story adds significantly to the young girl's history. I've always wondered what happened to Margot....now I know.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Webgirl

    Venus Remembered is a quick read as it contains two short stories. The first is Ray Bradbury's »All Summer in a Day« and a sequel to his story »When the Rain Stops« by Jason Marchi. It also contains an introduction to the stories and a discussion for both of the short stories. »When the Rain Stops« is not the a sequel I would imagine, or expect. And although I like Bradbury's writing more, the sequel was good too. But to continue the master's story is never an easy task. Thanks to Netgalley and th Venus Remembered is a quick read as it contains two short stories. The first is Ray Bradbury's »All Summer in a Day« and a sequel to his story »When the Rain Stops« by Jason Marchi. It also contains an introduction to the stories and a discussion for both of the short stories. »When the Rain Stops« is not the a sequel I would imagine, or expect. And although I like Bradbury's writing more, the sequel was good too. But to continue the master's story is never an easy task. Thanks to Netgalley and the publisher for the opportunity to read this! All opinions are my own.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Katie Martin

    I have received this title via NetGalley and publishers in exchange for an honest review This was a short book with both a short story from Ray Bradbury and a sequel written by Marchi that was inspired by Bradbury. Both were quick reads and read as though they were always meant to have been read together.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Willow Webster

    I loved the story by Bradbury but I never liked how it ended. This was a perfect follow up to the original book by Ray Bradbury. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    This was very thought provoking. It was really well written with a discussion area at the end. It was a great addition to Ray Bradbury's story. I voluntarily read and reviewed this book in exchange for a free copy. This was very thought provoking. It was really well written with a discussion area at the end. It was a great addition to Ray Bradbury's story. I voluntarily read and reviewed this book in exchange for a free copy.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Hazel

    Definitely not in the league of my much loved Ray Bradbury ! This was a distinct letdown but an ok story if you ignore that fact. I wouldn't bother with any more like this. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review. Definitely not in the league of my much loved Ray Bradbury ! This was a distinct letdown but an ok story if you ignore that fact. I wouldn't bother with any more like this. I received a free copy of this book via Booksprout and am voluntarily leaving a review.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sean Talbot

    This was the most confusing book I have read and the story didn't really seem to go anywhere. I am not sure but I just found this so harsh to read though it was short which is why I was able to finish it. This was the most confusing book I have read and the story didn't really seem to go anywhere. I am not sure but I just found this so harsh to read though it was short which is why I was able to finish it.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Guido Arguedas

  25. 4 out of 5

    OTIS

  26. 5 out of 5

    Lynn

  27. 4 out of 5

    Alex Helm

  28. 5 out of 5

    Michael Moon

  29. 4 out of 5

    James Lick

  30. 4 out of 5

    AJ

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