Something Wicked This Way Comes (Green Town, #2) by Ray Bradbury

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Read Something Wicked This Way Comes (Green Town, #2) Online Free - A carnival rolls in sometime after the midnight hour on a chill Midwestern October eve, ushering in Halloween a week before its time. A calliope's shrill siren song beckons to all with a seductive promise of dreams and youth regained. In this season of dying, Cooger & Dark's Pandemonium Shadow Show has come to Green Town, Illinois, to destroy every life touched by its strange and sinister mystery. And two inquisitive boys standing precariously on the brink of adulthood will soon discover the secret of the satanic raree-show's smoke, mazes, and mirrors, as they learn all too well the heavy cost of wishes - and the stuff of nightmare.



Title : Something Wicked This Way Comes (Green Town, #2)
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ISBN : 0380729407
Edition Language : English
Format Type : Mass Market Paperback
Number of Pages : 293 pages


Reviews


Paul rated it ★★★★★

August 10, 2010

I read this when I was an insanely romantic teenager and since then the cruel world has beaten all that nonsense out of my brain with bars of iron and wires of barb, and left me bleeding and barfing in a vile ditch, so I should probably not have plucked my old Corgi paperback of Something Wicked...


Carol. rated it ★★★★★

September 04, 2012

The Ray Bradbury I remember reading decades ago was not this poetic. Something Wicked was a surprise, his evocative language doing so much to capture the mood of early fall and the seasons of life, both literally and metaphorically. Clearly, he loves words in their many forms. Equally clearly, he...


Melissa ♥ Dog Lover ♥ rated it ★★★☆☆

October 30, 2017

The carnival has come to town. I have to admit I love the movie more than the book because, well, I enjoy watching the creepiness! I think I need to dig the movie out now and watch it 😊 Jim and Will are two young boys that are drawn into the carnival and they try to help stop the evil. Creepy good...


Matthew rated it ★★★★☆

March 03, 2017

By the pricking of my thumbs, something wicked this way comes. MacBeth Act 4, Scene 1 This book is straight-forward good vs. evil – and is quite terrifying at points! It goes beyond fantasy and mysticism and straight to the terrifying possibilities from the darkest reaches. This would be a great...


Apatt rated it ★★★★★

October 19, 2017

As I write it has been about a week since Ray Bradbury passed away, as you can expect for such an influential author, numerous tributes are being written by famous authors, celebs, columnists, and of course fans. Instead of adding another drop to the ocean of tributes I would rather pay my own li...


Lyn rated it ★★★★★

February 14, 2017

Mark Twain famously died in 1910 and Ray Bradbury was born ten years later in 1920. And on that day, the shadow of Samuel Clemens touched a mark on the baby’s head, and nearby the shade of Charles Dickens looked on in approval. Bradbury is the bridge to our past, our bright and strong and colorful...


Jenn(ifer) rated it ★★★★☆

November 24, 2012

”Have a drink?” “I don’t need it,” said Halloway. “But someone inside me does.” “Who?” The boy I once was, thought Halloway, who runs like the leaves down the sidewalk autumn nights. *** When Ray Bradbury was a boy of 12, he paid a visit to a carnival in his home town. It was there that he saw a perfo...


Brooke rated it ★★★☆☆

June 12, 2007

Leveling any complaints against Bradbury seems like a literary crime, but I'm afraid I didn't enjoy Something Wicked as much I feel like I should have. The plot was really interesting, and right up my alley - evil carnival comes to town and preys on the unsuspecting citizens. The execution, howev...


Jason rated it ★★★★☆

November 06, 2013

One thing I’ve noticed about a lot of young adult books and coming-of-age movies is a certain generational disconnect between the protagonist and his forebears. I guess in a lot of ways this is like noticing the absence of Indian food from a French cuisine cookbook, because why would anyone expec...


Julie rated it ★★★★★

September 16, 2017

Once, when I was 19, I stood outside a stage door for an hour, awaiting the arrival of Ray Bradbury. Bradbury was 70 at the time, and he was scheduled to give a lecture at my school. I was determined that we were going to talk. If this sounds stalker-ish to you, let me comfort you. It wasn't stalker...





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