The Time Machine
Independently Published, Oct 16, 2019 - 126 pages
In this classic that gave birth to the entire genre of science fiction, Wells imagines a man has invented a machine capable of going as far forward or as far backward in time as its operator would like. In so doing, he created the concept of a time machine that survives as a trope to this day. But he uses this device to make insightful commentary on his society and our own.
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Very EntertainingUser Review - movom - Borders
A must read for any science-fiction fan. The author doesn't need a lot of pages to express his idea of the concept of human progression and degeneration. Great pace and his deductions are very clear ... Read full review
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