-Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451 Sometime near daybreak the feeble light from the electric bulb that had helped them through the night flickered out.
Cornelia Funke -- Inkheart
A carful of children, all ages, God knew, from twelve to sixteen, out 124 FAHRENHEIT 451 whistling, yelling, hurrahing, had seen a man, a very extraordinary sight, a man strolling, a rarity, and simply said, "Let’s get him," not knowing he was the fugitive Mr. Montag, simply a,number of children out for a long night of roaring five or six hundred miles in a few moonlit hours, their faces icy with wind, and coming home or not coming at dawn, alive or not alive, that made the adventure.
Ray Bradbury -- Fahrenheit 451
-Ray Bradbury, Fahrenheit 451 It was Farid who saw the car.