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This author of more than 30 books is at it again, with his latest collection of short stories, Driving Blind. And once again, Ray Bradbury's stories reflect the excellence in storytelling that has made him a household name. Driving Blind is his first collection of short stories since the publication of the critically acclaimed Quicker Than the Eye, and many agree that Bradbury once again delivers.
During the course of Bradbury's illustrious career, he has traveled many roads, driving along highways and country back roads and observing the world through the windshield of his car. The "dean of American storytelling" cherishes the world he views, and he grants his readers the gift of story with unparalleled skill and incomparable imagination as he shares what he has seen on the road, so readers can also appreciate the view.
Driving Blind is a collection of short fiction that brings us to many remarkable places as well as familiar destinations. In typical Bradbury fashion, his stories cross the spectrum of setting, time, and mood. They range from the brilliance of day to the gloom of night and take readers on side trips to the disturbing and eerie. With Bradbury in the driver's seat, readers are taken down roads never ridden before — and probably never to be seen again.