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The Time Machine
H.G. Wells
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An unnamed Time Traveller visits the year 802,701 and finds two unusual races whose ways of life lead him to question the social and financial assumptions of his own era. Packed with adventure, romance, and a great deal of social commentary, Wells’ first novel popularized the concept of time travel and gave rise to the term ‘time machine.’

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Wow, so this book is very different from both movies. I kept imaging the original movie at the beginning of the book and was fully expecting it to follow the same story line. I quickly realized that was not the case at all. The more recent of the two movies diverges even more from the book. This is not a comparison review of the movies to the book though. The book is very well written and a very easy read as well. Its a quick read if someone wanted to sit and get through it in a quick few hours. It's very engaging and I enjoyed it thoroughly although towards the ending I did not care much for it at all. It seemed towards the end Mr. Wells simply wanted to end the book and get on to the next. It was still an ejoyable book that I would recommend overall
 
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This wan't really what I expected (not seen the film) but it certainly captured the imagination. The descriptions of the extreme future were vivid & thought provoking.
 
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Much better than the movie/T.V. versions-I like to think of it as a love letter to human nature in spite of everything going out-of-control.
 
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The Time Machine is rooted in its Victorian-Edwardian era: time travel as conducted by a proper gentleman. It also goes a little more into H.G. Wells's social views than I realized, but it's not bad by any means. A decent story of adventure and marvels told through a dry tone.
 
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It gets a little goofy toward the end, but still a compelling page turner.
 
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Feb. 9, 2015
this is such a good book, it's one of my all-time favorites.
The Time Machine
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