Tags » H. G. Wells

the unfaltering littleness of men

“There is no doubt about what is not great, no race of men have such obvious littlenesses. They live in a narrow world so far as their human intercourse goes; their researches involve infinite attention and an almost monastic seclusion; and what is left over is not very much. 89 more words


addicted to tracings and curves.

“Professor Redwood was one of those scientific men who are addicted to tracings and curves. You are familiar—if you are at all the sort of reader I like—with the sort of scientific paper I mean. 123 more words


Pick Up The Third Stellar Print From Dark Hall Mansion's Seminal Film Series: "The War Of The Worlds" By Tom Whalen

There are a few films that REALLY impacted us when we were growing up.  Hitchcock’s “Rear Window”, Spielberg’s “Close Encounters Of The Third Kind” 643 more words


The Invisible Man - by H. G. Wells

This masterpiece of science fiction is the fascinating story of Griffin, a scientist who creates a serum to render himself invisible, and his descent into madness that follows.



A SENSE OF WONDER edited by Sam Moskowitz

EDITED BY: Sam Moskowitz
CATEGORY: Short Fiction
FORMAT: Hardback, 197 pages
PUBLISHER: Sidgwick & Jackson, London, 1967. 722 more words

SF Anthologies

Bicycle Thought for the Day

“Every time I see an adult on a bicycle, I no longer despair for the future of the human race.” ~ H. G. Wells

For Fun

The Island of Doctor Moreau

Taking the concept of Frankenstein’s Monster and running with it

Written by

H. G. Wells in 1896

This is only the second book by H. G.

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Science Fiction/fantasy