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We'll Always Have Paris Audio Download – Unabridged

3.8 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews

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  • Listening Length: 5 hours and 23 minutes
  • Program Type: Audiobook
  • Version: Unabridged
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers Limited
  • Audible.co.uk Release Date: 21 Sept. 2009
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B002SQ83JE
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
At the ag of 89 Mr. Ray Bradbury put out this collection of short stories -- and thank you some much. This collection has got everything. Something to smile about, something to long for -- something to give an extra afterthought. Start out with the deeply mysterious "The Murder" that proves the fact that everyones capable of murder -- it only take a bit more than persuation! "The Visit" is also somewhat surreal -- about a woman showing up to visit the man that now "bears" the heart that was transplanted into him, after her son passed away. With Bradbury there's always something to think about. And for a long time I haven't anything more sweet than the puer piece of nostalgia called "Pietá Summer" where the circus parade shows up in town. Cudos to a great writer who has been writing (and writing and writing) for 78 of his so fra 90 years!!
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Ray Bradbury is my favouite writer, his science fiction is fantastic (he is the author of the famous Fahrenheit 451)

This is a collection of short stories and poems varying in length from only one page to twenty five. At the beginning of the book Bradbury makes it clear that many were written very quickly after an idea came to him, consequently many of the stories are (or at least feel) unfinished and incomplete. This is unusual for Bradbury and I found it rather unsettling.

All in all there were some gems in the book but also some that went too wide of the mark. Some of the stories could have been first class if more work had gone into them.

A bit of a disappointment and there are many better books written by Bradbury which should be read first.
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By Mr. Joe HALL OF FAMETOP 1000 REVIEWER on 22 Nov. 2009
Format: Paperback
WE'LL ALWAYS HAVE PARIS is described on the dust-jacket as "a new collection of never-before-published stories ... with prose that soars and sings." Puhleeze! This volume should never have gone to print. It's composed of short stories - some very short - that author Ray Bradbury perhaps culled from yellowed composition books surviving from high school and/or college days (Writing Skills 1A).

The twenty-two offerings in this book generally run the gamut from amateurish ("Ma Perkins Comes to Stay") to incomprehensible ("Doubles" and "Miss Appletree and I") to just plain stupid ("Pater Caninus"). For me, most of them fell into the Why Bother? category. The one stab at science fiction, "Fly Away Home", while containing a good concept at its core, is hopelessly outdated. Only one, "Arrival and Departure", is passably intriguing (3 stars). In it, an aged couple discovers that the monotonous comfort and familiarity that derive from forty-five years of marriage are not easily displaced.

Famous and accomplished authors should resist the pressure from publishers to trot-out old jottings for the purpose of milking the reading public for a few more dollars.

You know those bins at the used-book stores marked "3 for $1"? WE'LL ALWAYS HAVE PARIS is best lumped there with the other bookshelf residue.
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As always ray Bradbury never disappoints with his short stories, just a shame that more of his books are not available for the kindle!
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