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The Time Machine - H.G. Wells

The Time Machine

Author H.G. Wells

  • Published: 1946-01-01
  • Category: Science Fiction
4.5 Stars
4.5
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Description

The Time Machine is a science fiction novella by H. G. Wells, published in 1895. Wells is generally credited with the popularisation of the concept of time travel by using a vehicle that allows an operator to travel purposefully and selectively. The term "time machine", coined by Wells, is now universally used to refer to such a vehicle.

Top Customer Reviews

  • Absolutely Incredible!

    5
    From TDEQCU add me on racing live
    This book had been extremely interesting and unique, ranging from different possibilities of the future and how our world is divided. It was an exciting read and I highly recommend it!
  • Essential Reading

    4
    From Immortan Jake
    Absolutely essential reading for any fan of classic literature.
  • Great Story

    5
    From Katelyn (kamh)
    This version is able to show on Mac BookReader
  • Enjoyed the read

    4
    From Guy who says its good
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  • Amazing

    5
    From Aldendino
    H.G. Wells' style of writing had me ensnared by its rich detail and fascinating characters. To me, it had a similar feel to War of the Worlds, another of his great books. It not only gives us an important look into our possible future, but also a look back in time, to when this book was written, giving insight into the changes in our societal direction since this book was published. I highly recommend it!
  • Recommended!

    4
    From kchaulk
    I thought this book was interesting. It made me wonder about the future of the human race. Check it out!
  • Awe

    5
    From JasperSaysChillax
    An amazing journey to a future from a world that may inhabit your dreams and your nightmares all the szme. A true classic.
  • Incredible

    5
    From Frogomatik
    Wells has always been one of my favourite authors, but I have to say that out of all his books I've read, this one is by far the best. The way he describes the world of the Future is unbelievable. I could easily imagine the scenery around me and what it would have been like to be there. My only issue is that it is a short novel. 113 pages if memory serves. I really wish that he would have written more, but it really is an exquisite book. I would recommend it to anyone.