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The Time Machine - H.G. Wells, Félix J. Palma
The Time Machine
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I drew a breath, set my teeth, gripped the starting lever with both hands, and went off with a thud. The time traveler is on his way to a different world-his world 800,000 years in the future. He returns and recounts his journey to his friends at a dinner party.
I drew a breath, set my teeth, gripped the starting lever with both hands, and went off with a thud. The time traveler is on his way to a different world-his world 800,000 years in the future. He returns and recounts his journey to his friends at a dinner party.
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 9781451658866 (1451658869)
Publisher: Atria Books
Pages no: 128
Edition language: English
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Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality!
Reading is my ESCAPE from Reality! rated it
2.0 The Time Machine
This is a classic that I never read and I always meant to, and it's short so it didn't take long at all. It was just okay for me. My favorite parts of the book were the beginning and the end, not so much the parts when the time traveler is actually in the future. But, it is amazing to think that Wel...
CDRBill
CDRBill rated it
This is truly a classic! The description of the Morlocks and Eloi are a little sad considering they are the future of mankind. The ending left me wanting more.
the promdi geek reads
the promdi geek reads rated it
3.0 Review: The Time Machine by H.G. Wells (1895)
This may be source material for all the time travel stories that I read or watched. This was also adapted in films multiple times. The one that I watched was The Time Machine (2002). I can now see why, the original material is short. The film has to add more material to flesh out scenes and added ch...
Linda78
Linda78 rated it
3.0 The Time Machine
This was better than The War of the Worlds. H.G. Wells kept it short this time, so no overly long descriptions, though he's still allergic to giving his main characters names. The science is ridiculous, of course, but once you get past that this is a fun little story about the future of mankind, but...
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3.0 #29 - The Time Machine by H.G. Wells
The Time Machine is more an analysis of the society than it is a novel. The world in which the Time Traveler landed is quite weird and a bit crazy. I love how the Time Traveler is trying to explain everything he sees and how this society is organized. When he discovered how these "people" really liv...
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