, the American science fiction-fantasy novelist who wrote some of the most popular science fiction books including novels, plays children’s books and short stories. He also scripted "Moby Dick'' movie version1956 and wrote for "The Twilight Zone.'' died on Tuesday night, June 5 in Los Angeles. at age 91, according to Reuters
Mr. Bradbury, who began his career in the 1930 published more than 500 works such as “The Martian Chronicles,”Fahrenheit 451” "The Illustrated Man" and "Something Wicked This Way Comes."
A spokesman for his publisher, HarperCollins said that "Mr. Bradbury died peacefully, last night, in Los Angeles, after a long illness,"
" Bradbury said in 2009. "I am completely in love with movies, and I am completely in love with theater, and I am completely in love with libraries." also said I did not want to predict the future but sometimes wanted to prevent it. Such was the case with "Fahrenheit 451,"
Ray received a special Pulitzer Prize citation in 2007 “for his distinguished and remained active although he had to use a wheelchair but he slowed in recent years .