A classic science fiction novel by Herbert G. Wells. Includes a biography of H. G. Wells and a bibliography of his novels. The Martians invade the Earth. The human soldiers can’t do anything against their tripod fighting machines. Mankind seemed beyond help, but .... The story became famous in 1938. A radio play terrified America. Adapted for the screen several times e.g. 2005 by Steven Spielberg with Tom Cruise in a leading role. Published in 1898, this version of the story was edited for the 21st century, but carefully to preserve the original author’s style.
Herbert George (H. G.) Wells was born on September, 21st 1866 in Bromley, United Kingdom. He is called "the father of science fiction" and is author of famous classics like The Time Machine, The Island of Doctor Moreau, The Invisble Man, The War of the Worlds, When the Sleeper Wakes and The First Men in the Moon. He died on August 13th, 1946 in London.