Book Report : Time Machine

I recently read “The Time Machine”, a science fiction written by H. G Wells. A multi-talented English writer, H.G. Wells (1866-1943),  is famous as the father of  science fiction along with Jules Verne and Hugo Gernsback. His futuristic 32,000 word novella,  The Time Machine, was first printed in 1895 in the Pall Mall Gazette as a serial publication. The main theme of this story is the mind-boggling , hitherto impossible , concept of  time travel. H.G Wells himself had touched upon this topic several years earlier in a short story, “The Chronic Argonauts”. However, the idea of using a tangible machine for time travel was a new introduction in this novella. Read more…

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