Twice 22: The Golden Apples of the Sun / A Medicine for

Twice 22: The Golden Apples of the Sun / A Medicine for Melancholy CONTENTSTHE GOLDEN APPLES OF THE SUNThe Fog HornThe PedestrianThe April WitchThe WildernessThe Fruit at the Bottom of the BowlInvisible BoyThe Flying MachineThe MurdererThe Golden Kite, The Silver WindI See You NeverEmbroideryThe Big Black And White GameA Sound Of ThunderThe Great Wide World Over TherePowerhouseEn La NocheSun And ShadowThe MeadowThe Garbage CollectorThe Great FireHail And FarewellThe Golden Apples Of The SunA MEDICINE FOR MELANCHOLYIn The Season Of Calm WeatherThe DragonA Medicine For MelancholyThe End Of The BeginningThe Wonderful Ice Cream SuitFever DreamThe Marriage MenderThe Town Where No One Got OffA Scent of SarsaparillaIcarus Montgolfier WrightThe HeadpieceDark They Were, And Golden EyedThe SmileThe First Night of LentThe Time Of Going AwayAll Summer In A DayThe GiftThe Great Collision of Monday LastThe Little MiceThe Shoreline At SunsetThe Strawberry WindowThe Day It Rained Forever


10 thoughts on “Twice 22: The Golden Apples of the Sun / A Medicine for Melancholy

  1. says:

    I was prepared to be disappointed, because I d never read Bradbury before, and highly regarded classic authors tend to disappoint me I just have such eclectic and eccentric tastes that most great literature doesn t really align.But boy howdy, did this book deliver So many clever id


  2. says:

    Two volumes of stories by Ray Bradbury The Golden Apples of the Sun and A Medicine for Melancholy and Other Stories in one omnibus volume I picked it up because I d been pining to read The Fruit at the Bottom of the Bowl, one of my favorite Bradbury stories of all time, and still a brill


  3. says:

    I hadn t read anything Bradbury except Fahrenheit 451, so it was great getting a feel for his short stories with 44 of them I have to say, the ones that are just about normal life and not based in space definitely entranced meWhite Ice Cream Suit was one to look out for As is The Powerhouse, a


  4. says:

    While some stories in this collection were not up to Bradbury s usual level, the majority were fantastic reads I recommend this collection highly.


  5. says:

    I think it s safe to say that Ray Bradbury has officially made it onto the list of my favorite authors This man is just a brilliant writer, simply put I am so very glad I stumbled upon this collection of short stories Bradbury is a master of his craft, and nowhere is thisevident than in his short stories


  6. says:

    Some of these stories were breathtaking and some were really underwhelming In general, reading this made me feel the same way you do when you look up at the sky and kind of acknowledge the stars and feel small He paints the sense of a world that s familiar but off and you re not sure why Enjoyable read


  7. says:

    Did not like any of story.


  8. says:

    I didn t care much for this compilation There was nothing that tied the stories together, so they were just a random assortment I usually really enjoy Bradbury s short stories because he gives the reader just enough information and story In other Bradbury compendia, he has tied the stories to a central theme The stories in


  9. says:

    Wow, Ray Bradbury is a literary master his is descriptive writing at its finest Nearly every single one of the 44 stories contained in this compendium is memorable and thought provoking I particularly liked A Medicine for Melancholy and In a Season of Calm Weather.


  10. says:

    Bradbury is a fantastic writer my favorite along with Rod Serling.


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