The Time Machine - H.G. Wells

The Time Machine

By H.G. Wells

  • Release Date: 1946-01-01
  • Genre: Science Fiction
Score: 4.5
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Description

The Time Machine is a science fiction novella by H. G. Wells, published in 1895. Wells is generally credited with the popularisation of the concept of time travel by using a vehicle that allows an operator to travel purposefully and selectively. The term "time machine", coined by Wells, is now universally used to refer to such a vehicle.

Reviews

  • The Time Machine

    5
    By Jpim9396
    A must read.
  • True Classic

    5
    By Prophet Amos
    A deep thought provoking book, which challenges a new generation of readers to discover their meaning, and our life.
  • Captivating!

    5
    By 001001
    H.G. Wells was ahead of his time when he wrote this classic. In every chapter, he invites the reader to use his/her imagination and to visualize the facial expressions and tone of voice that the Time Traveler used when telling his story. In my childhood, my only familiarity of this classic was the film adaptation of George Pal. Reading this book was like watching a special edition of the film.
  • Still fresh after 129 years.

    4
    By Navi257
    This is a brilliant inception of an actual time capsule within a well scribed book.
  • An amazing book

    5
    By nfarmer913
    A lot times when I read a book I break it into pieces. Like I say I'll read 20 pages a day or 3 chapters a day, but with this book I didn't do that I read the entire book in one whole day. This book is one of the best books I have ever read and it truly is a classic. I highly recommend it to science fiction lovers like me.
  • Excellent!

    5
    By Reader of this book
    Intellectually written with flowing words to ignite the imagination!
  • A truly great story

    5
    By Braillercd
    H. G. Wells at his very best. I have read this book three times in my 62 years and have enjoyed each time.
  • Ok book

    3
    By Treyton orlikoff
    This book is weird but it is good and confusing
  • Loved it

    5
    By Hxjfjf
    Well, it was an awesome read at 4:30 in the morning, and I was actually hoping to fall asleep to it, but after three pages I was pretty much hooked. I'm pretty sure anybody who reads this will love it. It was pretty freaking awesome. I'm kinda sad it ended already :(
  • Wonderment Never Dies

    5
    By Danny__Superman
    I first read this book at the age of seven. At that time, this book fueled my boyish imagination and instilled in me the spirit of exploration and an undying hunger for knowledge and excitement. It gave me the courage and motivation to try many new things and to challenge myself in all that I do. I am seventeen now. This is my fourth time reading this book. And I feel like I'm seven again.