I haven't, but it sounds interesting. What's it about?
A dystopian 'future' wherein either America or England (depends on who you ask) is naught but a pleasure seeking society, with fast cars, constant commercials, music, and television - books are banned, and the firefighters have been repurposed as bookburners. It follows the awakening of the main character, Montag, to what a disaster his life is and his attempts to fix it. It was written back when colour TV first took off, to show the dangers of it becoming more important than people.
Apparently the writer, Bradbury, saw one of the first Bluetooth type devices, something that goes in your ear, not long after the publication of his novel and was shocked/disturbed to see what he had written about becoming reality so quickly!
You're welcome! :3
Oh for I second I thought you meant like the actual temperature! I thought you were talking about weather...... (but accidently typed in 4). ^^" Haha, no, I've never read it! Five dtars anyways ;D
XD Haha, nope! Thanks for the rating, anyway. :D
Yes and I very much enjoyed it! I did have to read it for school, but that's alright.
yes i did like 5 years ago. i love that book. i have never had to read it for school though.