Time Machine

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Thomson Heinle, Jul 24, 2006 - English language - 240 pages
For so long, humans have dreamt of traveling of traveling through time - popularised by H.G. Well's classic novel. As the Time Traveller travels into the future, he finds changed lands and fascinating new species. As he then approaches the end of time, he attempts to find his way back home. One of the all-time great science fiction novels.

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User Review  - unclebob53703 - LibraryThing

Classic science fiction. This is the first American edition, handsomely illustrated and in excellent shape, considering it's 24 years older than I am. First read it from the Library, then tracked down my own copy--long before there was an Internet. Read full review

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User Review  - Lorem - LibraryThing

I rather enjoyed this book, such breadth of feeling and scenery in a pretty short book. I really enjoyed the scenes if the time travelers own introspection about what would cause this stratification ... Read full review


CHAPTER PAGE 1 A Strange Disappearance
A Late Arrival
The Time Travelers Story

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