Cover. Something Wicked This Way Comes - Ray Bradbury, 1962

First Paragraph:

The seller of lightning rods arrived just ahead of the storm. He came along the street of Green Town, Illinois, in the late cloudy October day, sneaking glances over his shoulder. Somewhere not so far back, vast lightnings stomped the earth. Somewhere, a storm like a great beast with terrible teeth could not be denied.”

—Ray Bradbury. “Something Wicked This Way Comes.” 1962

1 Comment

  • Will says:

    A protagonist named Will

    Slightly too old to have a son (named will)

    A librarian

    Stepping up against those who fulfill the wanton hopes of peeps til they discover, perhaps they didn’t really want they thought they did …

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