Sunday, May 17, 2009

War of the Worlds Review

The biggest war man kind has ever sean has just begun. In the classic War of the Worlds by H.G. Wells the main character, Wells himself, talks about how the martians invaded Earth. He explains how the citizens reacted to the crash of the cylinder. He explains how hard it was to find a safe place that the Martians will not find. At one point, the novel changes points of view. Wells' s brother tells the how the invasions is viewed by the people in London.

The first cylinders land in the common of a small town in a suburb of London England. The people start watching the cylinder as the heat for entry fades. After about a day martians come out and vaporize people with a heat ray. The following sequence of event begins the worst battle in human history. Having guns not sean by people before, the aliens are almost impossible to take down.

This is a classic that is not boring, and is written so if feels as though you are actually there watching the events unfold. I recommend this classic to all. Having read and like the The Time Machine by H.G Wells, I knew that I would like this book. All you Sci-fi lovers like me will really love this book.

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