The Illustrated Man contains science fiction short stories. Bradbury reminds me of Aesop in this book, with each story having deep morals attached to them. The first story warns us what will happen is we let technology run our life and raise our children, the outcome is chilling. The second story delves into the fear of knowing death. The third story brings us to Mars and shows us what would happen if we didn't learn the lesson of equality. Each story continues with the same unique ideas and compels you to read the next. I would recommend this to anyone who loves Bradbury and anyone who wants a non-committed reading relationship with him.