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Bradbury's quiet exploration of a future that looks so much like the past is sprinkled with lighter material. In "The Silent Towns," the last man on Mars hears the phone ring and ends up on a comical blind date. But in most of these stories, Bradbury holds up a mirror to humanity that reflects a shameful treatment of "the other," yielding, time after time, a harvest of loneliness and isolation. Yet the collection ends with hope for renewal, as a colonist family turns away from the demise of the Earth towards a new future on Mars. Bradbury is a master fantasist and The Martian Chronicles are an unforgettable work of art. --Blaise Selby --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Has kept me entertained for years. This audio book is not the best of them, but is still good.Published 4 days ago by EricMJones
The funniest book I've ever read. I was howling with laughter. Great character development. Mark Whatney is hilarious, resourceful and super smart. Read morePublished 6 days ago by C.R.
My first time to read this. I liked it. It's an interesting collection of stories. Makes good bedtime reading because they're not too long.Published 9 days ago by Wilbert P. Gaston
very hard to follow, i thought it would be interesting but i was wrongPublished 19 days ago by Jan R. Palero
Life on Mars is conceivable from your imagination, including the conditions on the planet and the Martian environment. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Charles Scott
Classic work of SciFi that was years and years ahead of its time, very fun stories that had a very twilight zone feel to them!Published 24 days ago by MD