H.G. Wells

H. G. Wells: The Invisible Man

The ‘cloak’ of invisibility is the thing you wouldn't want to possess, says H. G. Wells in this spine-chilling tale. After tackling alien invasions, animal vivisection, and time travelling, the “Father of Science Fiction” resorted to the, well, The Invisible Man.

James Joyce: A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

Considered as James Joyce's most personal work, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man explores the universe of the free mind. This autobiographical novel follows the life of the authors fictional alter-ego, Stephen Dedalus, as his experiences challenge his own faith, upbringing and intellectual freedom.

H.G. Wells: The War of The Worlds

of The Worlds by Herbert George "H.G." Wells will once again play with your imagination. Written between 1895 to 1897, this sci-fi novel tells the story of an unnamed protagonist while he struggles to return to his wife in a Martian-invaded Earth.