The Time Machine ; And, The Invisible Man

The Time Machine ; And, The Invisible Man

Book - 1984
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In the first of these two science fiction stories a scientist invents a machine that transports him into the future. In the second story a man watches his body slowly become invisible.
Publisher: New York : Penguin, 1984
ISBN: 9780451522382
0451522389
Branch Call Number: SF WEL
Characteristics: 278 p. ;,18 cm
Additional Contributors: Wells, H. G. (Herbert George), 1866-1946

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orphicfiddler
Jun 16, 2012

I can't quite decide which of the two novellas I prefer. The Time Machine is the more imaginative of the two, I think, and feels somehow oddly contemporary (perhaps because the far-distant future will always be a matter of speculation, so long as humans are about to speculate). The Invisible Man, on the other hand, is a more interesting character study of sorts, touching upon a certain type of ruthless person who is, in fact, precisely the sort of person you probably wouldn't want to turn invisible. Anyway, good stuff.

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nud
Dec 06, 2008

Still stands up well. A good read.

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