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Someone knows your secret dream that one great wish that you would pay anything for That person suddenly makes your dream come true - before you learn the price you have to pay Ray Bradburys Something Wicked This Way Comes is a chilling and suspenseful thriller making a boys secret dream come true right before his own eyes and that of his friends too The story in this book continually jumps back and forth between three characters two which are always together and the other the library janitor and father of the one Bradburys style keeps the book flowing smoothly throughout all of his hopping and skipping around He seems to be a mastermind of writing as the story develops before your eyes and you get drawn in never wanting to leave until the book is over and you know the ending I felt like I was sitting right there on the clouds watching all of this take place Bradbury pulls you into the book and makes it our place too All of this starts off quite interesting It is October the month of Halloween and in this strange year Halloween came early A lightning rod salesman come to the town predicting a humongous storm that is coming this way The clouds speak their own words telling the same Jim Nightshade and William Halloway neighbors and best friends one born a minute before October thirtieth and one born a minute after October thirtieth both lay there in Jims front yard The salesman stopped and told them that the storm was coming and it was coming for them One of their houses would get struck by lightning and who was to say which one This said the salesman is the one He had been talking about Jims house his was the one to get struck Wills father a janitor for the town library knew the storm was coming
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