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The Complete Novels of H G Wells (Over 55 Works: The Time Machine The Island of Doctor Moreau The Invisible Man The War of the Worlds The History of Mr Polly The War in the Air and many more!) - cover

The Complete Novels of H G Wells (Over 55 Works: The Time Machine The Island of Doctor Moreau The Invisible Man The War of the Worlds The History of Mr Polly The War in the Air and many more!)

H. G. Wells

Publisher: AB Books

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Summary

In this collection you will find :

Novels

-The Time Machine
-The War of the Worlds
-The Invisible Man
-The Island of Doctor Moreau
-The Sleeper Awakes
-A Modern Utopia
-The Wheels of Chance
-The First Men in the Moon 
-The Food of the Gods and How It Came to Earth
-In the Days of the Comet
-Ann Veronica

Short Stories
-Tales of Space and Time
-The Red Room
-The Diamond Maker
-Æpyornis Island
-The Chronic Argonauts
-The Flowering of the Strange Orchid
-The Remarkable Case of Davidson's Eyes
-The History of Mr Polly
The World Set Free

+++ H. G. Wells - Biography

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