I could list a score or more of 'favorites', but I have to admit to a real soft spot for Bradbury. His ability to make you see the ordinary in an extraordinary way (e.g., the one-paragraph preamble to The October Country), his poet's ear for rhythm in a prose sentence and his marvelous powers of description never cease to delight me. He is also unique in his recollection of what being a child was really like--something most of us were happy to forget!
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