Fahrenheit 451

By Ray Bradbury

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Jonathan Dyer finished reading Fahrenheit 451

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Jonathan Dyer read 41 pages in Fahrenheit 451

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Jonathan Dyer read 42 pages in Fahrenheit 451

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Jonathan Dyer read 70 pages in Fahrenheit 451

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Kyle O'Brien finished reading Fahrenheit 451

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Kyle O'Brien read 24 pages in Fahrenheit 451

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Abril Marshall Fahrenheit 451

I think i'd say this book had the most impact on me. I had never read anything that put the world in a sort of alter reality that seemed possible. This COULD be the future and it terrified me. It made me wonder about what was happening outside of my school and my life.

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Tara Feener finished reading Fahrenheit 451

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Tara Feener read 40 pages in Fahrenheit 451

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Melanyn Rivas Fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451: FINISHED! Fahrenheit 451 is one of those books that you must read by "law" what I mean by that is that when you enter high school or college later on you will most likely meet many people who have read books like this one and others like Animal Farm, The Catcher in the Rye, and To Kill a Mockingbird. These books are widely recognized books that have won many awards in their honor, because of their simplicity. That’s pretty much why it came to my mind to read this book and its true its one of those books that you will remember because it definitely captures you! I would love to read this book again later on in life to capture more of its sense since I will have more comprehension, wit, and intellect. However with the knowledge I already have and from what I understood from the book, I strongly recommend it!

Fahrenheit 451 in my point of view is an easy to understand, minute-surprising novel. It has “corners” and turns that you do not expect at all. For example the turn the book took when Montag had to burn his own house and then was going to be arrested it simply did not "fit" in my head, that Montag was going to be arrested for doing his own job. It was pretty incredible and that’s pretty much how the entire book literally goes. Which makes it very exciting and entertaining to read since you do not know when the book will change the path it was going in. In one word I will describe this book as being a rollercoaster. Read it and you will see why it is a rollercoaster! You will find yourself later on agreeing with me. (Lol)

THE END =)

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