07—We'll Always Have Paris by Ray Bradbury

In 2007, I had the opportunity to hear Bradbury speak. He is a delightful speaker and storyteller. It's hard to distinguish between his oral cadence and his written word yet both delight beyond measure.

This collection of never before published short stories, is pure Bradbury. His style and his sense of story are all they ever were.

These stories are timeless yet some read as if they were written 50 years ago and some as if they were written yesterday. Fans of Bradbury and others will revel in the master's storytelling.

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