Fahrenheit 451 audiobook depicts a dystopian world in which media influence the masses, overcrowding, and repression have gained power over the general populace. Television has displaced the typical image of books. The fireman viewed as a flamethrower, a destroyer of books, instead of as fire insurance. In Fahrenheit 451 audiobook, Books are seen to be wicked because they stimulate readers to wonder and ponder. People live in a society where there are no traces of the past, instead, they get their information about the current from tv.
In Fahrenheit 451 audiobook, books are burned in order to suppress harmful thoughts and miserable ideas. Guy Montag, is the protagonist, a fireman who doubts the book-burning rule, suffers incredible agony and change as a result of his actions.
In Fahrenheit 451 audiobook free, Guy Montag, a fireman living in a lonely, secluded society, where the state has banned the books. They are afraid of an independent-thinking population. It is the responsibility of the fireman to destroy any book or collections that were detected by reporters on view. In Fahrenheit 451 audiobook free, Montag’s wife dies after swallowing sleeping pills. Montag falls in love with book-hoarding Clarisse who also dies later. Eventually, when the fireman arrives to burn down an old woman’s house. Montag grabs her Bible, an act he believes his hand has performed on its own. The lady decides to die with her books. By this incident, he begins to doubt the government’s motivations for book-burning.
“The magic is only in what books say, how they stitched the patches of the universe together into one garment for us.”― Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451.
Ray Bradbury wrote Fahrenheit 451 audiobook.
Ray Douglas Bradbury was born on August 22, 1920, in Waukegan, Illinois. He was a scriptwriter and novelist from the United States. He was one of the most prominent twentieth-century American writers. Bradbury wrote in a range of genres such as fantasy, science fiction, thriller, suspense, and realistic fiction.
Bradbury was most recognized for his 1953 novel Fahrenheit 451, as well as his short-story books, The Martian Chronicles and The Illustrated Man. His most well-known work is science fiction. Although, he also wrote in other categories, including the coming-of-age novel Dandelion Wine in 1957 and the dramatized memoir Green Shadows, White Whale in 1992. In addition, he authored and supervised scripts and tv shows such as Moby Dick and It Came from Outer Space. Many of his novels have adapted for tv, cinema, and comics. The New York Times named Badbury as “the writer most responsible for bringing modern science fiction into the literary mainstream”.
Bradbury was a member of the theatre club at Los Angeles High School. He frequently roller-skated across Hollywood, hoping to meet celebrities. At the age of 14, Bradbury received his first salary as a writer for a joke he sold to George Burns for broadcast on the Burns and Allen radio show.
When Bradbury was denied army service during World War II due to his poor eyesight, he was able to pursue a career as a writer. Bradbury started publishing science-fiction stories in fanzines in 1938, influenced by science-fiction protagonists such as Flash Gordon and Buck Rogers.
Bradbury died on June 5, 2012, in Los Angeles, California, at the age of 91, following a long illness.
The narrator of Fahrenheit 451 audiobook is Tim Robbins. Other audiobooks that Tim Robbins has also narrated are The Great Gatsby, Jimmy and the Star Angel, and Robert Altman.
The length of Fahrenheit 451 audiobook is 5 hours and 1 minute.
Audible Studios published Fahrenheit 451 audiobook on 10/21/2014.