Two novellas by the incomparable H.G Wells: First,
The Invisible Man - A scientist theorizes that if a person's
refractive index is changed to exactly that of air his body does
not absorb or reflect light, then he will not be visible. He
successfully carries out this procedure on himself, but cannot
become visible again, becoming mentally unstable as a result. Next,
The Time Machine -follow the Time Traveller to the year 802,701
A.D.. He finds a golden race of small, soft, innocent people. but
what is it that lurks in the dark shadows? And what happens when
the time machine is stolen?
Stories of youth finally heard!
From Fundator of New York, New York on 1/14/2015.
These two in tandem are a great pair! I never read either of these, though they sat in my room as a child, collecting dust. I must say that I loved The Invisible Man best, it was just so unexpected the drama of such a state! The Time Machine was great too. BJ does a great job with the voices and I am surprised he can keep a straight face, as some can be pretty hilarious, but needed for the mood! Great job, great value!
From Anonymous of Eugene, Oregon on 8/20/2012.
B.J.'s reading is so effective, it's easy to forget it's a narrative and think instead it's a dramatization.
From Anonymous of spangdahlem, Armed Forces Europe/Middle East/Canada on 6/21/2012.
We haven't had a chance to listen to this one yet, but I've read the story before and I know without a shadow of a doubt that I will truly enjoy this reading of this wonderful classic.
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