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  • Ray Bradbury

    This book is dark , the skill of the writer is great ,the theme cencorship in 2026, made me think of howquickly WE could slip in this direction

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  • Disappointed but good meaning

    “You’re not important. You’re not anything. Some day the load we’re carrying with us may help someone. But even when we had the books on hand, a long time ago, we didn’t use what we got out of them. We went right in insulting the dead” 3 stars...... The only reason it didn’t get less than that was because of the of the meaning behind this book I wasn’t a massive fan of the writing, it just seemed like a bunch of sentences were thrown down on a bit of paper with no thought of how it read, if it made sense and if it repeated itself. The actual premise of this classic dystopian novel is brilliant!! A world without books? A world where technology overtakes basic communication, a world where fireman make the fires and kill people rather than putting them out and saving them. Books are an escapism, we know that what happens in fiction isn’t real, the people aren’t real....but for one tiny moment we’re drawn into another world, where our problem don’t exist, our worries are a distant memory and we can live in our own imagination like we used to when we were children. I couldn’t imagine a world where books were banned, where you no longer have deep meaningful conversations for hours with your loved ones, where you see the joy in someone’s face after they’ve loved a book you’ve recommended. The story behind this novel is amazing, and one I can understand why it was a banned book. I would recommend this, but only because of the meaning behind it, not because I lost myself in the story and connected with the characters.

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  • Farenheit 451

    A masterpiece of science fiction. So well written it fills you with incredible imaginings, of an incredible alternative reality

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  • Brilliant

    I can't express how much I enjoyed this book. It's a wonderful sci-fi, without being overly concerned with the environmental factors and more driven towards the characters within a mindset that's not too unfamiliar to imagine. This is a true classic which deserves your time.

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  • Sci-Fi: book-burning society.

    Sci-Fi about a society in which books are banned and must be burned. Fahrenheit 451=temperature @ which books auto-inflame. Harrowing, suspense and still very up-to-date.

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