The War of the Worlds (Classic Starts)

Hot on the heels of the blockbuster film comes a version of H.G Wells chilling tale of alien invasion that every child can enjoy It begins as the sky lights up with bright cylinders from Mars that look like falling starsand continues as the Martians emerge from their vessels with machines of fire and deadly smoke Wells s depiction of a city in panicwritten in 1898stillHot on the heels of the blockbuster film comes a version of H.G Wells chilling tale of alien invasion that every child can enjoy It begins as the sky lights up with bright cylinders from Mars that look like falling stars and continues as the Martians emerge from their vessels with machines of fire and deadly smoke Wells s depiction of a city in panic written in 1898 still remains shockingly contemporary.
The War of the Worlds Classic Starts Hot on the heels of the blockbuster film comes a version of H G Wells chilling tale of alien invasion that every child can enjoy It begins as the sky lights up with bright cylinders from Mars that loo

  • Title: The War of the Worlds (Classic Starts)
  • Author: Chris Sasaki H.G. Wells Jamel Akib Arthur Pober
  • ISBN: 9781402736889
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “The War of the Worlds (Classic Starts)”

    1. In recent media, we have seen many a work that involves the “impending doom of humanity has come upon us by aliens,” scenario. So much so, that the idea and novelty of such scenario has worn off. From movies like Independence Day, to hey, what do you know? A movie adaptation of the book, starring Tom Cruise, and was directed by Steven Spielberg, am I reviewing this book because of the movie? No, actually, full disclosure here; I have not seen the movie, so you can be sure that my review will [...]

    2. First Impressions:An unusual falling star -- a puff of green smoke-something on the planet Mars -- and the world turns and goes about its business, unknowing in its complacency as the cold, calculating Martians and their machines make their first drive on the planet Earth.Plots/Story:It's interesting that I've never actually read H.G. Well's War of the Worlds! I've watched two films and listened to Orson Welles' radio show and thought I had the story down. Yes, but only in a general way. The plo [...]

    3. I really like this book because it really made sense about how aliens could be real. It was interesting how the alien machines looked and worked. I liked how it went deep down to explain how everything in the story worked.

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