We’ll Always Have Paris: Stories
by Ray Bradbury, 2009
This is a series of short stories, written by Ray Bradbury, of Fahrenheit 451 fame. Unfortunately, I was fairly repelled by this collection. Too many of them had odd, “in the closet” homosexual underpinnings for my taste. There were a handful that were interesting, including “The Twilight Greens” and “Remembrance, Ohio”, but not enough to justify the duds. I’d recommend many of Bradbury’s other books, but not necessarily this one.
I listened to these stories via CD while driving to/from work.