The Time Machine
Levison Press, Jul 9, 2013 - 108 pages
The Time Machine is the classic time travel tale written by one of the early masters of science fiction, H.G. Wells. The protagonist of the story, H. George Wells, has invented a time machine. George uses his radical invention to travel to the future, where he encounters the Eloi, a peaceful, childlike race, and the Morlocks, a more sinister culture who feed on the Eloi. George finds himself temporarily straded in this strange future world, and he undergoes a harrowing adventure as he struggles to get back his time machine so he can return to his own time. The Time Machine was later turned into a classic 1960 science fiction movie starring Rod Taylor, Yvette Mimieux and Alan Young.
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