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Dandelion Wine takes us into the summer of 1928, and to all the wondrous and magical events in the life of a 12-year-old Midwestern boy named Douglas Spaulding. This tender, openly affectionate story of a young man's voyage of discovery is certainly more mainstream than exotic. No walking dead or spaceships to Mars here. Yet those who wish to experience the unique magic of early Bradbury as a prose stylist should find Dandelion Wine most refreshing. --Stanley Wiater --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.
When prose meets poetry...and captures life. A magical romp through childhood, with all its beauty, uncertainty, joy and sorrow.Published 6 days ago by MomtoSix
It' been awhile since I "tried" to read this! Just couldn't get into it AT ALL ! Not my taste !Published 7 days ago by Joyce Dipietro
After many years away I returned to this beautiful reflection on a passing summer and youth. I'll return again soonPublished 11 days ago by RAS
This book reads like Nostalgic poetry. Not Sci-fi like Bradbury usually is.Published 18 days ago by krilly
this story, and the writing, is superlative. it makes me worry though, are kids today having Summer's like this anymore? Read morePublished 18 days ago by Dean McRobie
This book was touted very heavily by someone I was listening to. Wow. What is the word, "maundering? Read morePublished 20 days ago by Hubert Smith
Another great novel from a master storyteller. After reading 'Something Wicked This Way Comes', I learned Bradbury had other novels about Green Town. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Roll-On U Bears