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Scanner, Shibby473 and others,
Check out Ray's new book, FROM THE DUST RETURNED, if you haven't already. As always, it's a great read, and getting great reviews.
There is also a special edition of Ray's very first book, DARK CARNIVAL, coming out at the end of November from Gauntlet Press. It's edited by Donn Albright and Buddy Martinez. It's expensive, since it is a special collectors' edition, but its a FINE book to have if you can afford it.
-Jason
 
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thanks for informing me Jason! Just placed my order for it this morning, cant wait to dive into a new experience!
 
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Terran, you need to look at the dates of posts. Ray published many books after 2001.
 
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oh, what the hell did I order then?
 
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It's still a good book, even if referred by a 17 year old post.


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That's not the point. Why would you need a seventeen year old post to inform you of a Ray Bradbury book?

A few seconds of googling would give you much fuller information about the many books Ray published after 2001.

To name just a few: One More for the Road (2002), Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales (2003), The Cat's Pajamas (2004), Now and Forever (2007), Summer Morning, Summer Night (2007), We'll Always Have Paris (2009), and A Pleasure to Burn (2010). Those are all story collections, and not a complete list — just the fairly affordable ones.

And then there are two novels: Let's All Kill Constance (2002) and Farewell Summer (2006).

A fairly complete listing of Ray's works can be found here:

http://www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/ch.cgi?194
 
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Originally posted by C. M. Christopher:
It's still a good book, even if referred by a 17 year old post.

I think it's one of the best of his later works.


"Live Forever!"
 
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Wow, thank you for the information on the book! I'm gonna order my copy today!
 
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whatś google?
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Originally posted by douglasSP:
That's not the point. Why would you need a seventeen year old post to inform you of a Ray Bradbury book?

A few seconds of googling would give you much fuller information about the many books Ray published after 2001.

To name just a few: One More for the Road (2002), Bradbury Stories: 100 of His Most Celebrated Tales (2003), The Cat's Pajamas (2004), Now and Forever (2007), Summer Morning, Summer Night (2007), We'll Always Have Paris (2009), and A Pleasure to Burn (2010). Those are all story collections, and not a complete list — just the fairly affordable ones.

And then there are two novels: Let's All Kill Constance (2002) and Farewell Summer (2006).

A fairly complete listing of Ray's works can be found here:

http://www.isfdb.org/cgi-bin/ch.cgi?194
 
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Originally posted by Terran:
whatś google?

It's a search engine. You'll find it on the world wide web.


"Live Forever!"
 
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woa! Ive been a yahoo connoisseur ever since the dinosaurs walked the earth
 
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...and in A Sound of Thunder they still do!


"Live Forever!"
 
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They're coming back! And Oliver Butterworth was right!

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