B. J. Harrison Reads The Invisible Man and The Time Machine - äänikirja
B. J. Harrison reads two late 19th-century science fiction classics by H. G. Wells.
"The Time Machine," an ultimate classic, introduced the term "time machine" as we now know it. A man referred to as the Time Traveller moves hundreds of thousands of years ahead in time and finds Earth battling against the sun for survival .
In "The Invisible Man," a scientist invents a way to become invisible and successfully applies this procedure on himself. The problem is that he does not know how to undo the process, which leaves an invisible and extremely violent man on the loose. Both stories have made it into film and television versions, most notably the Oscar-nominated film The Time Machine (1960) directed by George Pal and the film The Invisible Man (1933) directed by James Whale.