These stories have not lost a step in the 100+ years since they were written, and they capture the imagination as well as anything since captured on film or in print. The invisible man is a great villain- evil enough to disdain, complex and tortured enough to make you wonder if you should pity him as well. The Time Machine is brilliant all the way through, from its inception in the study of the Time Traveler's home to the end, when he travels millions of years in the future to scurry back to his machine at sight of a huge amorphous form in the distance. Wells' depiction of the distant future seems no less accurate- and is no less exciting- than any since described anywhere.
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