Fahrenheit 451 Audiobook of fictional genre by Ray Bradbury. The book was published in 1953 and is based on the dystopian genre. Fahrenheit 451 is an American novel that was published in 1953 by the Ballantine Books Publishers Co. The book was originally published in English and later translated into more than 40+ languages. Authored by American writer Ray Bradbury, the original book cover is illustrated by Joseph Mugnaini. The book comprises over 153 pages.
Fahrenheit 451 Audiobook – Novel Details And Review:
The book is divided into three parts. The story is based on unreal character of Guy Montag. The main lead of the novel leads a Dystopian life.
The novel was published many decades ago but is still popular for being a very celebrated American literature book. At time of release the book got mixed reviews from the audiences but over the years, the popularity of the novel has grown massively. One year after its publication, the book won the American Academy of arts and letters literature award in 1954. Fahrenheit 451 Audiobook is also part of the hall of fame Prometheus award. It is also recipient of several other awards including retro Hugo award and spoken word Grammy nomination.
Owing to its immense popularity over the years, the novel has been adapted into a BBC radio-television series and comic book series as well. A feature film based on the novel has also been released twice. The first movie was released in 1966 directed by Francois Truffaut and the second movie released in June 2017 under HBO production and direction of Ramin Bahrani.
About Author (Ray Bradbury):
Ray Bradbury is an American author, novelist and screenplay writer who was born in 1920. He is best known for making immense contributions to the modern Science Fictional Literature.
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Fahrenheit 451 Audiobook is presented by Black Stone Audiobook. The Novel is narrated in 4 different parts each having its own chapter.