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Modern Fiction - February 16, 2017

Book Talk

The Time Machine by HG Wells (click to visit on Amazon)

*Of course, the book is ALWAYS better, but after reading the book, you could watch the movie… 157 more words

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TBR Thursday 110...

Episode 110…

Well, the TBR dipped a little during the week, but tragically a late run of arrivals shoved it right back up – to 197 again! 834 more words

Book Review

Movie Review - "The Time Machine" (1960)

The second film by George Pal adapting an H.G. Wells novel, the first being “War of the Worlds,” “The Time Machine,” falls into many of the same categories as the other adaptation – Good effects, lousy characters, but a great job adapting Wells’ message about the strengths and weaknesses of mankind. 250 more words


Book Review: Time Travel: A History by James Gleick

Time Travel: A History is an attempt by a popular science writer to provide an overview of humankind’s concepts of time and literary attempts to fictionalize the phenomenon of travel through time.  680 more words

The Mysterious Island

The title does not refer to a movie.

It refers to a book.

But – to life as well.

For life is indeed a mystery. 994 more words


A Fast Paced and Thought Provoking Read - 'The Time Machine' by H.G. Wells 

This short novella was published in 1895 but it still feels fresh and relevant reading it today in the current political climate. The plot is essentially quite simple – a scientist invites a group of men to dinner, he arrives late to this dinner in a dishevelled state with a story about travel on the time machine he has invented. 164 more words