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Best tales of terror
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By orienting the story in the pubescent headspace of the boys, Bradbury preys on specific youthful fears -- like witches and skeletons, and disbelieving adults -- and skews the world that we know a few degrees past comprehension.
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A great, great read. Three volumes of a projected five were published before Gemstone's financial troubles left the project in limbo.Get this from a library!
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