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Hi everyone! My name's Farmtalk and I just joined this site Smiler

I used to not be a huge fictional reader. I read all kinds of nonfiction, just not fiction. Anyway, I was at a yard sale over the summer and picked up a book that I thought sounded good. The story was called "Dandelion Wine". I didnt start reading it until a little past New Year's, and between school and working around the house, I havent had a lot of time to read it. But the more that i have read it, the more I enoyed the story.

I am almost finished with it, and hope to complete it tonight. I have just fallen in love with this story, and i am so glad that i bought it. I also just got "Farewell Dreams" from the library, which is the sequel to "Dandelion Wine", and I am really excited in reading it this weekend.

Thanks for listening, and keep up the superb work Mr. Bradbury! Smiler

--Farmtalk--


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Farewell Summer?

You should also like Something Wicked This Way Comes, and Faherenheit 451.

After that you can try October Country and the Martian Chronicles.

Plenty to keep you busy.

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Welcome, lucky reader with so much to look forward to!
 
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I'm so excited! My english teacher for my class this semester has Fahrenheit 451 and I think she will let me read it!!! Smiler

Unfortunately I have all advanced classes this semester, so I will be very busy, and wont have as much time as I wanted to read the books...

Thanks for the welcomings!! Smiler


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Aw, that's really cute. I highly recommend "The Illustrated Man". Its a lot simpler to read than your average Bradbury fare, but just as enticing.


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