Would anybody else besides me like there to be a sequel to this book? Because I really want to know what happened to Montag and all of the great things he has done and if everyone thought he was crazy with the idea of books. Thats one thing I did not like about the book, how it ended. I wanted to know more about what happened to Montag! Well if anyone has any ideas of what they think happened to Montag, please send them to me.
If you read the afterword and the coda at the end of F 451 Ray Bradbury explains that he wrote an opra that goes into more details about the book, but I would also like a sequel to the book.
If word has it, both of you, or all four of you, as the case may be, will get your wish.
I look forward to the sequel to Dandelion Wine, but frankly think Fahrenheit 451 doesn't need one. That final sentence (don't have my copy here, so I'll paraphrase), "When we reach the City", simply cannot be bettered, not even by a whole book. Clarke's 2010 was not uninteresting, but would you say it's on a par with its glorious predecessor?
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