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Posted January 31, 2003
Simplistic but Elegant, though Elusive in Plot
I enjoyed Bradbury's elegant style, but found the plot difficult to follow at times. It is hard to discern the living from the dead, and they often mush together into a pot. I found little satisfaction in the supposed "surprise" ending, as I seemed to have missed many of the key events. All in all, I left the book feeling as empty as when I had started it. Bradbury here reads similarly to Vonnegut, but I found Vonnegut to be more stimulating!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.