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!!> EPUB ❀ Seven Novels ✻ Author H.G. Wells – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us

Seven Novels Through His Fiction, H.G Wells Transformed Some Of The Most Pressing Social, Political, And Cultural Issues Of His Day Class Struggle, Colonial Imperialism, Uncontrolled Scientific Experimentation, Nation Building Into The Raw Material Of Brilliant Speculative Fables.The Seven Novels Collected In This Literary Omnibus The Time Machine, The Island Of Dr Moreau, The Invisible Man, The War Of The Worlds, The First Men In The Moon, The Food Of The Gods, In The Days Of The Comet Were All Written At The Turn Of The Twentieth Century And With Them Wells Helped To Lay The Foundations Of Modern Science Fiction H.G Wells Seven Novels Is A Part Of Barnes Noble S Library Of Essential Writers Each Title In The Series Presents The Finest Works Complete And Unabridged From One Of The Greatest Writers In Literature In Magnificent, Elegantly Designed Hard Back Editions Every Volume Also Includes An Original Introduction That Provides The Reader With Enlightening Information On The Writer S Life And Works.

!!> EPUB ❀ Seven Novels  ✻ Author H.G. Wells – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us
  • Hardcover
  • 929 pages
  • Seven Novels
  • H.G. Wells
  • English
  • 08 September 2018
  • 0760774994

    10 thoughts on “!!> EPUB ❀ Seven Novels ✻ Author H.G. Wells – Pikavippi-ilman-luottotietoja.us


  1. says:

    This edition is sexy Unlike another reviewer who said this is dated, that is just what is so lovely about H.G Wells Good vintage sci fi not only tells a good story, but acts as a time capsule to reveal the views and concerns of a generation Even the writing style is very revealing So, if you do prefer to feel like you are sitting on the edge of your seat, Wells is not for you If you weird enough to enjoy feel...


  2. says:

    After reading other readers review of this collection of 7 stories I am definitely in the minority with how I rate it Yes, it was worth reading and I am glad I read the stories The Time Machine , The Island of Dr Moreau , The Invisible Man , The War of the Worlds , The First Men in the Moon , The Food of the Gods and In the Days of the Comet However, I did find Wells style very static and dated Static in the way he does not introduce much dialogue in characters Most of the sto After reading other readers review of this collection of 7 stories I am definitely in the minority with how I rate it Yes, it was worth reading and I am glad I read the stories The Time Machine , The Island of Dr Moreau , The Invisible Man , The War of the Worlds , The First Men in the Moon , The Food of the Gods and In the Days of the Comet However, I did find Wells style very static and dated Static in the way he does not introduce much dialogue in characters Most of the stories are in a narrative form offered by the main character, and most of the stories wander into side items that don t truly propel the story along All of the stories are well meant with the protagonist mainly of intentions offering political sensibility of the time as well as some thought provoking attitudes on class stru...


  3. says:

    We love these books from Barnes and Noble.Time Machine I think it was interesting and was surprised to read that this was the first instance of a time machine in a novel The Island of Dr Moreau I don t mind the religious overtones, mostly since I don t believe they correlate with my own I think the book is interesting and rewarding, offering insights and thought provoking ideas.The Invisible Man It is probably difficult to appreciate now how novel Wells ideas really were at the time I We love these books from Barnes and Noble.Time Machine I think it was interesting and was surprised to read that this was the first instance of a time machine in a novel The Island of Dr Moreau I don t mind the religious overtones, mostly since I don t believe they correlate with my own I think the book is interesting and rewarding, offering insights and thought provoking ideas.The Invisible Man It is probably difficult to appreciate now how novel Wells ideas really were at the time I did like the perspective on how men react to power though, I am a bitoptimistic than Wells It seems his books becameandsatircal and less and less about science fiction, though that seems always to have been a part of science fiction Maybe that s why so many write and read science fiction because they are unsatisfied with what this world presents I thought some of the social commentary was interesting, though reading becameof a chore in the later books Of course, not being a fan of certain types of progressiv...


  4. says:

    When I think science fiction, I think H.G Wells What a creative man My dad and I were at the bookstore one day, and I came across this collection, my dad told me I would probably enjoy it ManWas he right Each story is...


  5. says:

    HG Wells was way ahead of his time Very little that is bad in this book, except may Year of the Comet Food of the Gods is a very well written book Time Machine is ground breaking War of the Worlds and Island of Doctor Moreau are better than their movies From Earth to the Moon...


  6. says:

    The Time Machine 4 The Invisible Man 4 The Island of Dr Moreau 4 The War of the Worlds 4.5 The First Men in the Moon 4.5 The Food of the Gods 4 In the Days of the Comet 4


  7. says:

    I had only read a couple of HG Wells s science fiction works in condensed versions as a child, but it is impossible to escape a certain awareness of at least four of them, as woven as they are into the fabric of our popular culture The Time Machine, The Island of Doctor Moreau, The Invisible Man, The War of the Worlds even if you haven t read these novellas, you very likely know their essences A big reason for this is the purity of their concepts As a pioneer in speculative fiction, I had only read a couple of HG Wells s science fiction works in condensed versions as a child, but it is impossible to escape a certain awareness of at least four of them, as woven as they are into the fabric of our popular culture The Time Machine, The Isla...


  8. says:

    War of the Worlds quintessential science fiction, one of the defining novels of the genre in the 19th century 5 5 Time Machine another absolute classic with imaginative speculation about the future and sophisticated thought into future societal structures 5 5 Invisible Man More of a social novel yet fantastic 4.5 5 Island of Dr Moreau intriguing story with a great twist and plenty of fodder for bioethical debate 4.7 5 First Men in the Moon I like pre 1969 books about the Moon War of the Worlds quintessential science fiction, one of the defining novel...


  9. says:

    I enjoyed many of these classics, but In the Days of the Comet was a real slog My library copy Dover Publications didn t include the introduction that other reviewers refer to I wish it did.


  10. says:

    I will review this book along with the book Blood Work by Holly Tucker

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