War Of The Worlds

This classic, early 19th century science fiction masterpiece serves as both a wonderful period presentation of the time as well as a cautionary tale. Called by many a "chilling...

Experiment In Autobiography - Discoveries And Conclusions Of A Very Ordinary Brain (since 1866)

Today, H. G. Wells is perhaps best remembered for his contributions to the science fiction genre thanks to such novels as “The Time Machine” (1895), “The...

A Story Of The Days To Come

The excellent Mr. Morris was an Englishman, and he lived in the days of Queen Victoria the Good. He was a prosperous and very sensible man; he read the Times and went to church,...

The First Men In The Moon

The novel tells the story of a journey to the moon undertaken by the two protagonists, a businessman narrator, Mr. Bedford, and an eccentric scientist, Mr. Cavor. Bedford and...

Under The Knife

What if I die under it? The thought recurred again and again, as I walked home from Haddon’s. It was a purely personal question. I was spared the deep anxieties of a married...

The Wheels Of Chance: A Bicycling Idyll

Mr. Hoopdriver, is a frustrated draper's assistant in Putney, a badly paid, grinding position and one which Wells briefly held; and yet he owns a bicycle and is setting out on a...

The Invisible Man

From the founding father of science fiction H. G. Wells, a masterpiece about a man trapped in the terror of his own creation.The Invisible Man is a science fiction novella by H....

Love And Mr. Lewisham

Young, impoverished and ambitious, science student Mr. Lewisham is locked in a struggle to further himself through academic achievement. But when his former sweetheart, Ethel...

The Sea Lady

The Sea Lady is a fantasy novel that has some of the aspects of a fable. It was serialized from July to December 1901 in Pearson’s Magazine before being published as a...

The Stolen Bacillus

An anarchist intent on wreaking havoc throughout London steals a sample of deadly virus from an unsuspecting scientist.

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