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The Time Machine & The War of the Worlds In The Time Machine, Wells S Time Traveller Journeys To The World Of 802,701 AD, Where Humanity Has Divided Into The Effete, Beautiful Eloi And The Brutal Subterranean Morlocks In The War Of The Worlds, The Martians Intellects Vast And Cool And Unsympathetic Send Their War Machines To Wreak Havoc Across The World.

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  • Paperback
  • 288 pages
  • The Time Machine & The War of the Worlds
  • H.G. Wells
  • 15 March 2017
  • 1857988876

10 thoughts on “The Time Machine & The War of the Worlds

  1. says:

    Morlocks the Chinese Tripods the Chinese Morlocks the Chinese Tripods the Chinese

  2. says:

    I know I keep barking on about these classics but, it is where imagination blooms The time machine film with Rod Taylor was brilliant and the old 1950 s film the War Of The Worlds too The remakes not so much The album by Jeff Wayne narrated by Richard BurtonTimeless.

  3. says:

    I love this book I love the story, the way it s told, and its ending My only complaint is that I wish it were longer But then, if it were, maybe its added length would ruin it I m glad I read A Modern Utopia before I read this many of the ideas in The Time Machine arefleshed out in Wells s utopia The narrator of TTM actually uses the term utopia several times, and I wondered while reading if his own book made Wells want to explore his own ideas further I highly recommend this book I love this book I love the story, the way it s told, and its ending My only complaint is that I wish it were longer But then, if it were, maybe its added length would ruin it I m glad I read A Modern Utopia before...

  4. says:

    Okay I am biased I cannot praise this book enough for either story I think both have such deep roots in my past from the first book I was able o convince my English teacher to allow the class to read, the growing up listening to my brother play the musical to death literally to all the various images artists through the years have tired to envisage what the Martian war machines would look like And then there was the time machine I can almost word for word repeat the lines from that film Okay I am biased I cannot praise this book enough for either story I think both have such deep roots in my past from the first book I was able o convince my English teacher to allow the class to read, the growing up listening to my brother play the musical to death literally to all the various image...

  5. says:

    I really enjoyed The Time Machine In a way, it was a very simple story Wells didn t batshit around with science, he just went in, said he built a time machine , and you dealt with it Don t worry about how, it just happened I wish this happenedwith modern sci fi writers, but unfortunately, most nerdy people unlike myself don t like that They want to know how the time machine was built To hell with gamma rays, they don t do zip The War of the Worlds was similar The narrator admitte I really enjoyed The Time Machine In a way, it was a very simple story Wells didn t batshit around with science, he just went in, said he buil...

  6. says:

    I often wonder if HG Wells really did have a time machine It is astounding that he wrote such great science fiction in the 1800s that you d expect to read in the pulp fiction popularization of the 1960s Mentions of things like lasers though not named as such are impressive.Moreover Wells s works are just great reads and the opening to The War of the Worlds is second to none So chi...

  7. says:

    I read a combined edition of these two books for the SF Masterworks Reading Challenge and the Science Fiction Masterworks Book Club here on Goodreads.The Time MachineRead for the Need to Reread Challenge.I have, of course, read most of H.G Wells before He was one of my early introductions to science fiction After we did the radio play The Invisible Man in school I was eight or nine I asked my school librarian about that novel We didn t have The Invisible Man, but we did have The Time Machi I read a combined edition of these two books for the SF Masterworks Reading Challenge and the Science Fiction Masterworks Book Club here on Goodreads.The Time MachineRead for the Need to Reread Challenge.I have, of course, read most of H.G Wells before He was one of my early introductions to science fiction After we did the radio play The Invisible Man in school I was eight or nine I asked my school librarian about that novel We didn t have The Invisible Man, but we did have The Time Machine, and he was only too happy to point me that way And I, of course, devoured it.From a retrospective, the Ti...

  8. says:

    It had been a long time since I d read The Time Machine and I d never read War of the Worlds One of the really good things about both of these stories was the way that Wells didn t try to explain everything He used the perspective of someone who didn t have all the details and would openly admit that they had no idea what was going on That way, he could tell the story that he wanted to without worrying about the nitty gritty details Something I didn t expect in War of the Worlds is that it i It had been a long tim...

  9. says:

    I had read The Time Machine some years ago and found it just as enjoyable on a second read.The War of the Worlds is my favorite between these two stories It s science fiction set in our past, rather than our future, and as such presents all sorts of interesting asymmetries the Victorian era didn t have firepower that could compete with the Martians firepower, etc Butthan that, Wells simply tells us a good story against the backdrop of bellicose planetary neighbors, fired at us by som I had read The Time Machine some years ago and found it just as enjoyable on a second read.The War of the Worlds is my favorite between these two stories It s science fiction set in our past, rather than our future, and as such presents all sorts of interesting asym...

  10. says:

    I love these two stories Reading them is a lotrewarding than watching them as movies, only because of the visions others have sometimes don t gel with mine The recent War of the Worlds came close to the wa...

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