In classic novels like The Time Machine, The War of the Worlds and The Invisible Man, he practically invented science fiction. But those seminal works were just a small part of his life.H.G. Wells wrote over 160 books covering fields from fiction to history to political commentary. In his day he was one of the most famous and influential thinkers in the world. Through extensive use of his writings and interviews with leading scholars, BIOGRAPHY presents the complete story of H.G. Wells. Discover the startling range of predictions he made forecasting everything from chemical warfare and the atom bomb to computer chips and modern birth control! And see how his vision of the future darkened as he aged and the horrors of World War II threatened to put an end to his hopes for humanity.This is a revealing look at the life of "the man who invented tomorrow."
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