Parjanya Adhikari Adhikari itibaren Mataragka 300 11, Yunanistan
Kiddos ve Batı uyuşturucu kültürünü bir araya getiren nadir bir sanatsal yenilik. Alice Harikalar Diyarında bunu zekice yapar. Disney gibi bir endüstri devi, çocuklar için kitabın bir versiyonunu canlandırırken, yüzlerce başka uyuşturucu odaklı film referansı, birisi her bir çanta çantasını açtığında tavşan deliğinden aşağı iniyor. Boşluğu doldurmak için bir başka sanatsal yenilik zamanı, Hanna Barbera yazarlarının heyecanla Scooby Doo fikrini çıkaran ofislerinin afyon dumanı pusunu bırakmalarıydı.
I liked the whole concept of a dystopian society and the idea of not being able to read books in the future was very intriguing. And as an avid reader myself, I couldn’t even imagine not being able to read books just because it is forbidden. Although I liked the whole concept, I was left a little confused about some parts that the author left hanging in the air. The ambiguity was a nice touch, though a clarification would be much appreciated. I also liked the fact that the main character, Guy Montag, was able to grow throughout the novel and truly capture the reader’s attention as he begins to question the whole concept of the society he lives in. This novel made me open up my eyes on some issues that I wouldn’t have been able to truly think about before, but now, I am very aware that there are things like this that might actually happen in the near future. If we survive 2012 that is ;) Anyways, since I have liked some of Ray Bradbury’s short stories before, I was really entertained by this novel. And knowing about Bradbury’s writing style really made me prepared to read this novel and truly connect with the characters and understand where they’re coming from. Overall, it was a good read and it left me pondering about how our society, as a whole, truly functions.
loving it but hard to read as a bedtime story.