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Best Science Fiction Stories of H G Wells

H.G. Wells

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Dover
01 July 2018
Science fiction; Short Stories Sci-Fi; Science; Future Society; Space; Aliens; Time; Military; Contemporary Sci-Fi
Hailed as the founder of modern science fiction, H. G. Wells (1866 1946) wrote a brilliant succession of novels and short stories that remain in the first rank of the genre. In fantasies made credible by their simple realism, his enduringly relevant tales gave symbolic expression to the ideas and anxieties of his era. This collection contains the best of H. G. Wells's science-fiction short stories: favorites like The Crystal Egg, Aepyornis Island, The Strange Orchid, The Man Who Could Work Miracles, A Dream of Armageddon, The Sea Raiders, and other tales about fourth-dimensional adventure, biological monstrosities, marvelous inventions, time distortions, cosmic catastrophe, and other intriguing events. In addition to these 17 short stories, this anthology features the novel The Invisible Man in its entirety. One of Wells's most popular stories, it offers both a serious study of egotism as well as a first-rate science-fiction thriller. AUTHOR: A pioneer of science fiction, H. G. Wells (1866 1946) wrote thrilling adventures about time travel, space exploration, alien invasion, and scientific experiments gone awry. His tales of obsession, revelation, and discovery remain compellingly readable and relevant.
By:   H.G. Wells
Imprint:   Dover
Country of Publication:   United States
Dimensions:   Height: 216mm,  Width: 140mm, 
ISBN:   9780486825601
ISBN 10:   0486825604
Pages:   304
Publication Date:   01 July 2018
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Unspecified

A pioneer of science fiction, H. G. Wells (1866-1946) wrote thrilling adventures about time travel, space exploration, alien invasion, and scientific experiments gone awry. His tales of obsession, revelation, and discovery remain compellingly readable and relevant.

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