Author Ray Bradbury dies at 91 years of age.
Legendary Author Ray Bradbury passed away Tuesday night at 91 years of age. He wrote more than 27 novels including "Fahrenheit 451", "Something Wicked This Way Comes", as well as over 600 short stories. He has been credited with raising the bar for science fiction and fantasy work like other literary greats such as Arthur C. Clarke and Robert Hienlien. More than the others though, his name became somewhat of a name brand in the forties and fifties due to his styling and ability to write stories huge is scope but relatable to the everyman.
Like all greats, he will be missed, but never forgotten. RIP Ray Bradbury.
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