(P)1998 by Blackstone Audiobooks
"An entertaining fable...Depending on the circumstances, [Whitfield] conveys a sense of wonder or a nonchalance that makes giant rats seem perfectly ordinary." (AudioFile)
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Starts at average and gets worse. Wells has a pessimistic look on life and it comes out in his books. I prefer a more optimistic look. Wells even admits that his stuff is more fantastical, while Verne's is more adventure and more about what might be. If you want to read old classics, I advise reading Jules Verne.
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