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"Fahrenheit 451" by Ray Bradbury

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury glowed quietly on my bedside table for about a year before I opened it for the first time. I recall fragments of the thought behind the decision of reaching out for it the moment I did, but I am afraid the mending pieces were instantly consumed by the spectacular wording of the novel. 361 more words


Quote of the Day

Today’s quote is from Ray Bradbury, the American  fantasy, science fiction, horror and mystery author who gave the world Fahrenheit 451. 


Peeking Into Days of Future Past

Working my way through my summer reading list I’ve taken a detour.  It happens every summer, some previously unexpected, off the radar novel comes to my attention, grabs my interest, I track it down, and the reading begins (or continues).   484 more words

Fahrenheit 451: A Review by Rahul Bhatia

Fahrenheit 451, the classic novel by Ray Bradbury, is a contemporary take on the Dystopian genre that presents a dark look into a futuristic world. The story follows Guy Montag, a fireman in this world of the future, who doesn’t do what you would expect a fireman to do. 356 more words


Welcome to Palestine

There is nothing quite like the sensation of discovering a new book – the rush of excitement, feeling as if you are on the precipice of a brand new world. 714 more words

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Book Photo Challenge | July 1st '16

Hey guys! Today marks the first day of July, and the first day of tilly-and-her-books‘ photo challenge! I don’t actually have access to my bookcase right now (seeing as it’s halfway around the world) so I’m going to use it as prompts for posts. 200 more words


Top 10 Quotes from Neil Gaiman's The View from the Cheap Seats

I am comfortable in my belief that there has been at least one book in everyone’s lives that has left them feeling changed. Whether it’s a well-known classic, an obscure treasure, or a book that hasn’t officially been published, they leave a mark. 1,418 more words