“A fun adventure novel with a lot of thought put into it.” – Geek News Network
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Good book just not what I thought it would be. Anderson did a great job of laying out the background of how Wells came up with his book idea.Published 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
You know the history but despite this you feel yourself drawn in to a truly ripping yarnPublished 8 months ago by James Ryan
This was a fun read. Definitely in the style of H.G. Wells. I enjoyed seeing various characters from other stories pulled into this book. Fun and enjoyable!Published 9 months ago by Garden Gal
Anderson does an excellent job of providing the flavor of Wells' original novel, while deftly incorporating a personal story and a couple of other characters from the same literary... Read morePublished 9 months ago by John J. Brophy
A nice homage to H G Wells and not just because he is one of the main characters. A rip snorting tale of adventure, taking the reader to the Moon and Mars. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Kay Smillie
The story drags along with very little action. I gave up two thirds of the way through out of sheer boredom. H.G. Welles he's not.Published 13 months ago by Sam Kinghorn
Lost it after reading a few pages... no idea where it is. Dang!Published 20 months ago by R. Mark Anderson
excellent read. this book is good example of why I'm huge fan of mister Anderson. hope he keeps it going.Published on April 10, 2014 by Gregg varner