Scholastic Classics: The Time Machine

  • Scholastic Classics: The Time Machine
    Scholastic Classics: The Time Machine
    Product ID: 106955
    Category: Books
    Description: H. G. Wells' seminal work of science-fiction gets the Scholastic Classics treatment. A Victorian scientist goes back in time, to discover what he thinks is a paradise. But something dark lurks beneath the surface Adventurous, thrilling and deeply thought-provoking, THE TIME MACHINE offers readers a complex glimpse into an extraordinary new world.
    ISBN: 9781407172712
    Price: £4.79
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