THE WAR OF THE WORLDS
The War of the Worlds is a classic read by millions the world over. It is a chilling account of a Martian invasion in London set in the nineteenth century.
It starts one evening after a shooting star is witnessed streaking across the night sky that originates from Mars. A cylinder is discovered on Horsell Common in London. Locals wearily approach the object and are instantly killed by a heat-ray. A terrifying tentacled invader then emerges from the cylinder. Mankind is on the brink of extinction when the powerful Martians start building gigantic killing machines - towering tripods that destroy everything in their path with gas burning rays. They gorge on the blood of humans, who are kept alive inside off their machines. However, Earth proves harder to beat than anticipated. Do the humans succeed in winning, or does the victory come from something much, much smaller?
THE TIME MACHINE
The classic tale follows an English scientist/inventor who lives in Richmond, Surrey in Victorian England. He creates a machine capable of time travel and journeys to the world of 802,701 AD. He finds humanity divided between the bad and the beautiful.
THE INVISIBLE MAN
Griffin is a scientist who has devoted his life to his research into optics; trying to invent a way to become invisible. He successfully carries out this procedure on himself but fails in his attempt to reverse the procedure. He hides, completely swaddled in bandages, and behind dark glasses. He is a guest at The Coach and Horses. People assume him to be a shy accident-victim. He struggles to find an antidote. Forced from the area, and driven to murder, he seeks out an old friend, Kemp. However, the horror of the situation starts to affect his mind, and when Kemp refuses to help, he resolves to wreak revenge.
Highlights of this edition are:
Three of his best-known works: The War of the Worlds, The Time Machine, and The Invisible Man.
12 Illustrations (Original First Edition Covers, Comic Book Covers, and Photos).
Web links to free Audio Files for all three books, plus a link to a Radio Broadcast.
It is formatted for ease of use and enjoyment on your kobo reader.
An active (easy to use) Table of Contents listing every chapter accessible from the kobo "go to" feature.
Perfect formatting in rich text compatible with kobo's Text-to-Speech features.
Plus, About the Author Section, and Interesting Facts after each story.
674 pages (in the kobo format) for a very low price.
These books are unabridged and appear as they were first intended.
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