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Discussion Topic  RE: What Are You Reading ? (in Favorite Book/ Story) by douglasSP
"The sky above the port was the color of television, tuned to a dead channel."......
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Discussion Topic  RE: What Are You Reading ? (in Favorite Book/ Story) by douglasSP
"Killdozer" is a short story as well. My copy is in The Great SF Stories 6 (1944), ed. Isaac Asimov ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: What Are You Reading ? (in Favorite Book/ Story) by douglasSP
I was referring, of course, to Seven for Oregon, by Cornelia Shields, a gripping novelisation of a t......
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Discussion Topic  RE: What Are You Reading ? (in Favorite Book/ Story) by douglasSP
Just finished Nebula Awards Showcase 2004, and a day before that, A Round-Heeled Woman by Jane Juska......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Saddest story/book (in Favorite Book/ Story) by douglasSP
"The Miracles of Jamie" and "All Summer in a Day."...
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Discussion Topic  Stories out in the Cold (in Favorite Book/ Story) by douglasSP
Thanks to the publication of The Stories of Ray Bradbury (1980) and Bradbury Stories (2003), it is n......
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Discussion Topic  RE: What Bradbury Story Got You Started? (in Favorite Book/ Story) by douglasSP
The first Bradbury story I heard was on the radio when I was 8 or 9. It was "The Small Assassin".......
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Discussion Topic  RE: What Bradbury Story Got You Started? (in Favorite Book/ Story) by douglasSP
Dr Iman, I think that was "All Summer in a Day" from A Medicine for Melancholy (1959)....
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Discussion Topic  RE: What Bradbury Story Got You Started? (in Favorite Book/ Story) by douglasSP
How right you are. The scariest thing about that book is its price! Even the new edition costs more ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: What Bradbury Story Got You Started? (in Favorite Book/ Story) by douglasSP
I borrowed R is for Rocket from the school library in 1969 and was hooked from the title story (whic......
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Discussion Topic  RE: A do-over: The Martian Chronicles-the movie (in Inspired by Ray?) by douglasSP
I have a suspicion that The Martian Chronicles won't ever work as a movie. It's not really a novel, ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Ongoing themes... (in Resources) by douglasSP
I don't really see the connection between "Pillar of Fire" and Fahrenheit 451. I would rather refer ......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Scariest Story (in Favorite Book/ Story) by douglasSP
I saw "Signs" two nights ago and I admit, there were four or five places where I couldn't look!......
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Discussion Topic  Scariest Story (in Favorite Book/ Story) by douglasSP
I was recently working on my database of RB stories when it struck me that he virtually gave up on t......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Is this a Ray Bradbury story? (in Favorite Book/ Story) by douglasSP
Isn't that better known as "The Leave-Taking", from The Stories of Ray Bradbury?...
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Discussion Topic  RE: Ray, the guy behind the world... (in Inspired by Ray?) by douglasSP
True ... but on the subject of repetition of story elements, don't you think there are too many of t......
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Discussion Topic  Top Ten (in Favorite Book/ Story) by douglasSP
I love lists, and I hope other members do. Out of mr Bradbury's hundreds of stories, only a fool wou......
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Discussion Topic  RE: Movies and the "Bradbury feel" (in Favorite Book/ Story) by douglasSP
About 25 years ago I saw a review by Ray Bradbury of Close Encounters of the Third Kind. He thought ......
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Discussion Topic  Overlooked Stories (in Favorite Book/ Story) by douglasSP
Many well known stories are frequently mentioned as fan favorites.......
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Discussion Topic  Frost and Fire (in Favorite Book/ Story) by douglasSP
Am I the only one who thinks that "Frost and Fire" is a neglected masterpiece? Okay, the second part......
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