The Time Machine - H.G. Wells

The Time Machine

By H.G. Wells

  • Release Date: 1946-01-01
  • Genre: Science Fiction
  • Size: 91.94 KB
Score: 4.5
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The Time Machine is a science fiction novella by H. G. Wells, published in 1895. Wells is generally credited with the popularisation of the concept of time travel by using a vehicle that allows an operator to travel purposefully and selectively. The term "time machine", coined by Wells, is now universally used to refer to such a vehicle.


  • Essential Reading

    By Immortan Jake
    Absolutely essential reading for any fan of classic literature.
  • Great Story

    By Katelyn (kamh)
    This version is able to show on Mac BookReader
  • Enjoyed the read

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  • Amazing

    By Aldendino
    H.G. Wells' style of writing had me ensnared by its rich detail and fascinating characters. To me, it had a similar feel to War of the Worlds, another of his great books. It not only gives us an important look into our possible future, but also a look back in time, to when this book was written, giving insight into the changes in our societal direction since this book was published. I highly recommend it!
  • Recommended!

    By kchaulk
    I thought this book was interesting. It made me wonder about the future of the human race. Check it out!
  • Awe

    By JasperSaysChillax
    An amazing journey to a future from a world that may inhabit your dreams and your nightmares all the szme. A true classic.
  • Incredible

    By Frogomatik
    Wells has always been one of my favourite authors, but I have to say that out of all his books I've read, this one is by far the best. The way he describes the world of the Future is unbelievable. I could easily imagine the scenery around me and what it would have been like to be there. My only issue is that it is a short novel. 113 pages if memory serves. I really wish that he would have written more, but it really is an exquisite book. I would recommend it to anyone.