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The Novels of H G Wells Volume One - The Island of Doctor Moreau The Food of the Gods and How It Came to Earth and The First Men in the Moon - cover

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The Novels of H G Wells Volume One - The Island of Doctor Moreau The Food of the Gods and How It Came to Earth and The First Men in the Moon

H. G. Wells

Publisher: Open Road Media

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Three classics from the science fiction master in one volume.From the incomparable H. G. Wells, this volume includes three novels of imagination, wit, and terror.The Island of Doctor Moreau: The classic tale of a man’s nightmarish experience trapped on an island where a doctor conducts gruesome experiments.The Food of the Gods and How It Came to Earth: A science fiction tale with satirical undertones about scientists who create a race of giants, both human and animal, and the world’s attempt to cope with them.The First Men in the Moon: A London businessman accompanies a scientist on a journey to the lunar surface—and beneath it, when they are captured by a sophisticated society of insectoid creatures.

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