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    This book contain collection of 31 books

    1. The Time Machine [1896]
    2. The Wonderful Visit [1895]
    3. The Island of Doctor Moreau [1896]
    4. Wheels of Chance; a bicycling idyll [1896]
    5. The Invisible Man [1897]
    6. A Story of the Stone Age [1897]
    7. A Story of the Days To Come [1897]
    8. The War of the Worlds [1898]
    9. When the Sleeper Wakes [1899]
    10. Love and Mr Lewisham [1900]
    11. The First Men In The Moon [1901]
    12. The Food of the Gods and How It Came to Earth [1904]
    13. Kipps [1905]
    14. In the Days of the Comet [1906]
    15. The War in the Air [1908]
    16. Tono Bungay [1909]
    17. Ann Veronica, a modern love story [1909]
    18. The History of Mr Polly [1910]
    19. Men Like Gods [1923]
    20. The Autocracy of Mr. Parham [1930]
    21. The Shape of Things to Come [1933]
    22. Star-Begotten [1937]
    23. The Stolen Bacillus and other incidents [1895]
    24. Twelve Stories and a Dream [1903]
    25. The Door in the Wall, and other stories [1911]
    26. The Country of the Blind, and other stories [1911]
    27. The Short Stories of H. G. Wells
    28. The Man Who Could Work Miracles [1898]
    29. Mankind in the Making [1903]
    30. A Modern Utopia [1905]
    31. What are we to do with our lives?

    About the Author
    Herbert George Wells, 1866-1946

    English novelist and social commentator, chiefly known as a founder of the science fiction genre.

    His early novels, called "scientific romances", invented a number of themes now classic in science fiction in such works as The Time Machine, The Invisible Man, and The War of the Worlds and are often thought of as being influenced by the works of Jules Verne. He also wrote other, non-fantastic novels which have received critical acclaim, including the satire on Edwardian advertising Tono-Bungay and Kipps.

    Wells also wrote non-fiction. His classic two-volume work The Outline of History [1920] set a new standard and direction for popularised scholarship.

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