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The Darkest Hours - 18 Chilling Dystopias in One Edition - Iron Heel Meccania the Super-State Lord of the World The Time Machine City of Endless Night… - cover

The Darkest Hours - 18 Chilling Dystopias in One Edition - Iron Heel Meccania the Super-State Lord of the World The Time Machine City of Endless Night…

Anthony Trollope, Ignatius Donnelly, Ayn Rand, E.M. Forster, H. G. Wells, Ernest Bramah, Fritz Leiber, Irving E. Cox, Arthur Dudley Vinton, Francis Stevens, Owen Gregory, Hugh Benson, Milo Hastings, Richard Stockham, Samuel Butler, Jack London

Publisher: Musaicum Books

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Summary

This unique collection of "THE DARKEST HOURS - 18 Chilling Dystopias in One Edition" has been designed and formatted to the highest digital standards. This edition brings to you the classic dystopian novels and novellas that will make you wonder even more - some you are familiar with and some new surprises! So come and dwell in the shadows of this dark, dark hour and see the ruthless power of totalitarian super states:
Anthem (Ayn Rand)
Iron Heel (Jack London)
Meccania the Super-State (Owen Gregory)
Lord of the World (Hugh Benson)
When The Sleeper Wakes (H. G. Wells)
The Time Machine (H. G. Wells)
The First Men in the Moon (H. G. Wells)
Caesar's Column (Ignatius Donnelly)
The Secret of the League (Ernest Bramah)
City of Endless Night (Milo Hastings)
Looking Further Backward (Arthur Dudley Vinton)
The Heads of Cerberus (Francis Stevens)
The Fixed Period (Anthony Trollope)
The Machine Stops (E. M. Forster)
The Night of the Long Knives (Fritz Leiber) 
Perchance to Dream (Richard Stockham)
The Guardians (Irving E. Cox)
Erewhon (Samuel Butler)

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