I have contradictory view on this book. I can totally agree with ones, who believe in astonishment of this work's of art meaning. The first chapter and the second one were really breathtaking and unbeatable, in the course of reading them I was looking forward to know the result of Guy's activity, to contemplate meaningful ending. But the truth is that the third chapter can't hold the candle to them. The author's thoughts a lie on the surface and we don't have an opportunity to dive into our own reflections. Maybe this book has been a benchmark to Bradbury's contemporaries, but now it is really mediocre work.
Fahrenheit 451 is a really good book, we did character reflections in English class. I chose the girl who befriended the main character. This is really a fun read, although I am confused about the whole story and it’s plot I really liked the book. I think it is a rather wonderful story and has a really fantastic meaning behind it. The further you read the more you understand. A slow steady puzzle pieced together nicely. However it can seem a bit graphic and grim so if that isn’t your thing I wouldn’t suggest this book. Although this is a fictional book it incorporates some factual aspects such as book burnings, and negative attitudes that are normal. These are some factors that are relatable to real life or events that have happened that are included. If that seems like an interesting thing to read I definitely suggest this book. I give this book five stars!
Really good book