The Martian chronicles: the fortieth anniversary edition

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Doubleday, 1990 - Mars (Planet) - 205 pages
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When man landed on Mars, "man conquered Mars--and in that instant, Mars conquered him. The strange new world with its ancient, dying race and vast, red-gold deserts cast a spell on him, settled into his dreams, and changed him forever."--Bantam pbk. cover.

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User Review  - Dominic - Goodreads

Bradbury writes provocative myth-like stories that stir the mind and sometimes chill the soul. His prose can feel a little aloof as a result, but it works for the majority of these poetic, unusual tales. Read full review

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User Review  - Todd - Goodreads

Bradbury at the height of his (significant) powers. A must-read for anyone remotely interested in science fiction and/or wonderful language. Read full review

Contents

Section 1
17
Section 2
41
Section 3
50
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