The Island Of Doctor Moreau
In one of H.G. Wells' most celebrated works, the shipwrecked Edward Prendick finds himself alone on an island with a mad scientist. The island is inhabited by bizarre human-hybrid creatures that have been created by Doctor Moreau through terrible experiments. Raising questions of morality and the hubris of science, The Island of Doctor Moreau has fascinated readers for generations.
Herbert George Wells was a prolific writer born in Kent in 1866. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature no fewer than four times. He was passionate about politics as well as literature and his output included several nonfiction pieces to go with his array of short stories and novels.
Pub Date: 2020
Size: 5.00 x 8.00 inches