A Time Traveler's Adventures

Updated: Jun 3

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐


In this post, we are going to focus on a book written by H.G. Wells called "The Time Machine". I really liked this book, and I think people who love sci-fi adventures would like it as well.


The book begins with a time traveler talking to a group of people, explaining that there is a fourth dimension called time. When most of the group had a good grasp of the fourth dimension, the main character decided to show them that his time machine could actually transport objects and people back and forth though time. He then climbed in and in a flash he was gone. The next week, the group gathered together again in case the time traveler should come to the meeting. He suddenly appeared, bruised and bloody. After he recovered from his journey back, he decided to tell his fan group the insightful story of how dangerous the world becomes in 802,701 AD ...


Earth's Future in 802,701 AD

I would give the novel "The Time Machine" 4 out of 5 stars because I loved the story line, and I also thought the book was very suspenseful with many unexpected adventures. I enjoyed how realistic the details were when the narrator was describing the alien creatures he encountered. I especially liked when the time traveler struggled to communicate with the human like creatures called Eloi, who spoke an entirely different language. Even though I enjoyed most of the details of the book, there were some places in the story that could have done without all the attention to specifics. Despite the few things I thought were flaws, all these aspects mixed together formed a great science fiction novel I enjoyed and will probably read again in the future (but only in the 21st century)!


Please write what time period you would travel to in the comments and if you would ever consider traveling to the future.


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Hayden is a 9 year old, 4th Grader who not only has an amazing talent for reading in general, but also for breaking down literary themes into life choices he can apply himself.

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