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H. G. Wells

  • 5 stars across 29 books
    Herbert George Wells (1866 - 1946) was an English author now best known for his science-fiction novels, which include "The Time Machine", "The First Men in the Moon" and "The Invisible Man".
    4th April 2013

    Wild Boy

    A fiendishly pacy mystery-adventure story for 9+ readers, set in the seamy, smoggy underworld of Victorian London. BEHO... More

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    5th October 2017

    The Time Machine

    Scholastic Children's Books are proud to publish this beautiful edition of the classic tale, The Time Ma... More

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    18th August 1990

    The Time Machine

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    31st May 2018

    Time Machine, The

    The time traveller has invented a time machine. Its capabilities are beyond even his fertile imagination. Hundreds of th... More

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    8th January 1968

    The War of the Worlds

    This is Wells's classic science-fiction tale in which Martians descend on Earth.... More

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    1st December 2011

    The Invisible Man

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    11th December 2008

    Time Machine

    The time traveller has invented a time machine. Its capabilities are beyond even his fertile imagination. Hundreds of th... More

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