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Review: Fahrenheit 451

Hi everyone, today I’m going to be reviewing Ray Bradbury’s novel Fahrenheit 451.

Fahrenheit 451
Fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451 by: Ray Bradbury: A novel that was written over 60 years ago, that still captures audiences today, now that is a powerful story. For it’s 190-page book, it does a great job of painting a picture. The novel is about Montag, a fireman who all his life has known that what he has to do it burn books. It’s a place, where people aren’t allowed to read, or be seen with a book of any kind because the firemen will burn down your house. It’s a very interesting plotline for a novel, but it gets better. Montag discovers the bible and doesn’t understand why he should burn books. He has found, you could say a love for them, but when he gets caught, it all goes to hell. It’s a well worthy and well written read that just shows you a world that is pretty crazy, but what world isn’t?


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