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We'll Always Have Paris is officially released in the UK, and gets a review in The Guardian:

http://www.guardian.co.uk/book...9/ray-bradbury-vital


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Was the release in hardback or in trade paperback?


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Has anyone read this? I see it's gotten mixed reviews, but I'm curious as to how it compares to the collections of the past ten years or so... (Don't have a copy myself; still haven't gotten to the last two Bradburys I've bought!)
 
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Originally posted by jkt:
Was the release in hardback or in trade paperback?


I think this is the paperback, released at the end of May.


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Originally posted by theoctobercountry:
Has anyone read this? I see it's gotten mixed reviews, but I'm curious as to how it compares to the collections of the past ten years or so... (Don't have a copy myself; still haven't gotten to the last two Bradburys I've bought!)


octobercountry, I haven't got round to reading it yet (still got a pile of other recent Bradburys to get through. Someone should tell him to slow down!)

However, the reviews seems a bit more positive than those for The Cat's Pajamas, if that's any help.


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theoctobercountry--I am in the process of reading it and am enjoying it thus far. However, I just realized that I put it back on the book shelf and got engorssed in a Tom Clancy novel. Will pick it up and continue forward. I also have Marionettes, Inc. which I also have started reading, although the stories I believe I have read before, but always a delight to do again.
 
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Thanks for the link! I just might have to jump into this collection earlier than I thought. Wink
 
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