Bradbury’s “A Sound of Thunder” and Skurzynski’s “Nethergrave” are both pretty interesting stories. Both stories relate to an adventure through a world that is unknown as the setting, and refer to the way that technology can change the world , in extension, and individual. Both stories contain some of the same elements as each other, but they are put out in different ways. To start, both of the main characters Eckels in “A Sound of Thunder” and Jeremy in “Nethergrave”, the story starts out with
Bradbury’s “A Sound of Thunder” and Gloria Skurzynski’s “Nethergrave” each offers a sense of wonder that isn’t described in other pieces of text. However, between Ray Bradbury’s “A Sound of Thunder” and Gloria Skurzynski’s “Nethergrave” I see “A Sound of Thunder” as a better story, as it consisted of better explained and thought out science fiction elements such as time travel, more convincing character development, and the theme is definitely much more superior in comparison to “Nethergrave.”.