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I found the book to be engaging throughout and very well written.
I would definately recomend this book to teachers (of high school) and anyone who wants a good laugh and intriguing read.
It is also a work of fiction because he combined some of his previous short story writings about Ireland into the book.
I am a Ray Bradbury fan. I was so happy to find this book about his experiences in Ireland. I loaned it to an Irish friend who enjoyed it as well. The dialogue is priceless.Published 1 month ago by Mary Beth Dodson
Ray Bradbury wrote this incredible book of short stories as he wrote the screen play for John Huston's "Moby Dick in 1950. Read morePublished 5 months ago by lane westbrook
Bradbury's experiences as the screen writer for the movie "Moby Dick" are chronicled in this little gem. The episodes with Huston alone make this novel something special. Read morePublished 7 months ago by D P Brown
Starts off a little hokey, with a strong blarney flavor. Soon, however, Bradbury finds his groove. The writing is first rate, of course. Well worth a read.Published 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
WORKING WITH AN ICONIC, OUTRAGEOUS, LARGER-THAN-LIFE DIRECTOR/ACTOR JOHN HOUSTON RESULTED IN A TRUE AND INTERESTING STORY BY RAY BRADBURY - ICONIC IN HIS OWN RIGHT.Published 23 months ago by Paula Crandall
Just some guys having fun, making a movie, hitting the pubs. A different side of Bradbury. Nothing literary or profound.Published on October 16, 2011 by pickybuyer
It happens that Ray Bradbury spent a few months in Ireland while he was writing the script for a Moby Dick movie and he decided to write a book about his experience in the land of... Read morePublished on October 14, 2009 by Diego Zlotogora