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on 20 December 2010
This wonderful hardback edition features five of H.G Wells' most well-known books: The Time Machine, The Island of Doctor Moreau, The War of the Worlds, The First Men in the Moon and The Invisible Man. Whilst I won't comment on the quality of the stories individually (you should already know how great they are), I will say that this book is a delight.

It feels great to hold, and the striking red faux-leather and reflective lettering is a triumph. It just has 'classic' written all over it (not literally). I am proud to have this one on display on my book shelf, and I can easily imagine my handing this down to my kids one day.

Highly recommended to anyone that can read - and a GREAT introduction to one of our most beloved authors. Even if you're not a fan of 'sci-fi', you need only take two words away from this review: buy it.
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