The Illustrated ManBook - 2001
Fantasy master Ray Bradbury weaves a narrative spanning fromthe depths of humankind's fears to the summit of their achievements in eighteeninterconnected stories--visions of the future tattooed onto the body of anenigmatic traveler--in The Illustrated Man, one of the essential classicsof speculative fiction from the author of The Martian Chronicles, DandelionWine, and The October Country.
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LPL_LoganI Jun 28, 2017
One of the greatest Sci Fi short story collections of all time! Dive deep into this plethora of abstract, provocative, and speculative story lines; you'll quickly learn why Bradbury is known as a master of Science Fiction.
An amazing collection of supernatural, parallel universe tales all taken from the tattoos on, yes, an illustrated man.
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When life is over it is like a flicker of bright film, an instant on the screen, all of its prejudices and passions condensed and illumined for an instant on space, and before you could cry out, "There was a happy day, there a bad one, there an evil face, there a good one," the film burned to a cinder, the screen went dark. --from "Kaleidoscope"
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