Journey to the Center of the Earth/ Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea/ Round the World in Eighty Days | A Tale of Two Cities | A Study in Scarlet / The Sign of Four / The Hound of the Baskervilles | The Divine Comedy | Brave New World | Foundation/ Foundation and Empire/ Second Foundation | The Count of Monte Cristo | The Stories of Ray Bradbury | The Complete Stories
The first great novel to imagine time travel, The Time Machine (1895) follows its scientist narrator on an incredible journey that takes him finally to Earthâs last momentsâand perhaps his own. The scientist who discovers how to transform himself in The Invisible Man (1897) will also discover, too late, that he has become unmoored from society and from his own sanity. The War of the Worlds (1898)âthe seminal masterpiece of alien invasion adapted by Orson Welles for his notorious 1938 radio drama, and subsequently by several filmmakersâimagines a fierce race of Martians who devastate Earth and feed on their human victims while their voracious vegetation, the red weed, spreads over the ruined planet.
Here are three classic science fiction novels that, more than a century after their original publication, show no sign of losing their grip on readersâ imaginations.
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