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What can I possibly say about this book? It's one of the best stories and most well-written books ever. Bradbury, as always, relied heavily on his reader's information to fill in the gaps, and usually, I find that sloppy writing, but with this--with this story--it works; like a haunting nightmare hovering on the edge of your memory. Ah, great stories and fantastic writing make me swoon :D
Edward Gorey illustrated promotional posters, children's books (most notably the dark and epic John Bellairs series), and a miniseries in his lifetime, along with many books (look up the "Amphigorey" books) and individual small drawings completed independently from other projects.
What a shocking book cover! I have not seen it before. Anyway, Greene sets the story just as the French are losing Indo-China and the Americans are stepping in. It is a brilliant and cynical observation of empire and national ambition at the cost of individual liberty and conscience. Or something.