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Publisher's Summary

A scientist invents a machine that allows him to travel far into the future, and back again. In a far distant world he finds what, at first, seems to be a paradise. There is no more suffering, only beauty, tranquility and peace. He soon finds out however, that the inhabitants of the future pay a terrible price for their "Eden", and he embarks on a dangerous quest to save them and himself from their "protectors".

Public Domain (P)1979 Jimcin Recordings

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The audio book is not complicated

It only ends at chapter 13 but chapter 13 is not complete look somewhere else

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Interesting and engaging story!

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It was a quick, engaging and enjoyable experience. Not only is it a classic, but it also makes you think about human nature. It's definitely worth a listen. I think the narrator did a fine job.

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The sound went soft and loud at points and the quality of it changed trhoughout. Also, I wish that a British person could have read this.