The First Men in the Moon
by H. G. Wells
Publisher: eBooks@Adelaide 2009
Number of pages: 284
H. G. Wells' THE FIRST MEN IN THE MOON, first published in 1901, describes a thrilling voyage and a moon of his own splendid imagination. It is a beautiful land, alive with vegetation. There are mooncalves on it, and then, as his intrepid explorers push on, even stranger creatures who threaten and terrify them and fill their days with adventure.
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by H. G. Wells - Project Gutenberg
In 1907, a naive Londoner Bert Smallways finds himself an unwitting passenger on a fleet of German airships heading over the Atlantic to attack New York. What unfolds is a clash of early flying machines that unleashes the terrible age of Total War.
by H. G. Wells - eBooks@Adelaide
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by H. G. Wells - ManyBooks
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by H. G. Wells - The University of Adelaide Library
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