Ray Bradbury's 10 best books

The Monitor picks the 10 best titles from sci-fi titan Ray Bradbury.

2. 'The Martian Chronicles'


This, his 1950 breakthrough work, relayed a narrative of Earthly colonizers destroying a utopian Martian civilization and was told through a series of intertwined stories that mocked very real issues of the day – racism, capitalism, and superpowers jockeying for control.

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