Ray Bradbury was a giant of American literature. The man just could not be stopped - in his 91 years of life and a career spanning over 70 years, he wrote nearly a dozen novels and somewhere in the neighborhood of 600 short stories. His imagination and vision took us to Mars, to dystopian worlds of mind control, to carnivals and space and beyond. His contribution to science fiction, and literature as a whole, cannot be overstated, and scores of fans the world over would agree. But like most legends, there is one of the stacks of Ray Bradbury books which will be best remembered.
A sampling of Ray Bradbury books - R is for Rocket, The Martian Chronicles, Dandelion Wine, The Illustrated Man, S is for Space, From the Dust Returned - Photo by Glen Green