H. G. WELLS
 
 

THE INVISIBLE MAN

To hear a voice, to see footprints, to reach out into nothingness and touch warm flesh--such were the terrifying experiences of those who encountered the Invisible Man!

Griffin, a young medical student, working behind locked doors, had discovered the secret of invisibility. His demonstration was himself--but he didn't have the time to learn how to become visible again.

The avenues that were opened were infinite. One could do anything! Griffin tried, and wrought terror and havoc.

Here is a story that is chilling in its horror, astounding in its conception, and fascinating in its enfolding.

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6 x 9 inch
286 pages
$16.95
ISBN 978-1647202460


THE ISLAND OF DOCTOR MOREAU

"The Island of Doctor Moreau" professes to be the narrative of one Charles Edward Prendick, whose uncle, Edward Prendick, was reported lost in the vessel Lady Vain, from the port of Callao. When he was picked up, however, "He gave such an account of himself" (says his nephew), "that he was supposed demented. Subsequently he alleged that his mind was a blank from the moment of his escape from the Lady Vain. HIs case was discussed among psychologists at the time as a curious instance of the lapse of memory consequent upon physical and mental stress."

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252 pages
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ISBN 978-1647204181


THE TIME MACHINE

A young scientist, to the amazement and disbelief of his colleagues, has done something thought to be impossible. He has created a time machine. Everyone is skeptical, but he returns with not only an unbelievable story, but actual proof. This adventure in science fiction remains one of the greatest stories ever told. Leap into the future with H. G. Wells' bold and terrifying vision of our future.

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6 x 9 inch
140 pages
$24.95
ISBN 978-1987093896

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140 pages
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ISBN 978-1987093889

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THE WAR OF THE WORLDS

The classic invasion story by one of the greats in the science fiction field. Illustrated with the original American hardcover book artwork.

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6 x 9 inch
260 pages
$29.95
ISBN 978-1987093940

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260 pages
$14.95
ISBN 978-1987093902

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