Classic Tales of Science Fiction & Fantasy (Leather-bound by Jules Verne,H. G. Wells,Edgar Rice Burroughs,Jack

By Jules Verne,H. G. Wells,Edgar Rice Burroughs,Jack London,Arthur Conan Doyle

Long sooner than we ventured into outer area or explored the main distant areas of the planet, writers have spun tales of what may well lie in these unknown worlds, or what awaits humanity sooner or later. Classic stories of technology Fiction & Fantasy is a set of ten novels and brief tales that blazed the path for the preferred style. Works via acclaimed authors resembling Jules Verne, H. G. Wells, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Jack London, and H. P. Lovecraft will delivery the reader to remote places and times—and set the mind's eye ablaze!

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