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 Post subject: New War Of The Worlds Book Released
PostPosted: Wed Apr 27, 2005 6:26 am 
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Check out the new War of the Worlds book that will be released in May. If you can't wait that long, order it on Amazon (http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASI ... 12-7631814) now!

We're About to be Invaded (Again) by Martians, Read All About it New War of the Worlds Anthology Includes Complete Original Novella by H. G. Wells

SOME CONTRIBUTORS INCLUDE:
* "H. G. Wells' Enduring Mythos of Mars," in which Stephen
Baxter provides the history of man's investigations of Mars and explains why Wells was right after all

* "Just Who Were Those Martians, Anyway?" in which Lawrence
Watt-Evans explains how ridiculously incompetent the Martians were as interplanetary invaders, and why

* "In Woking's Image," in which Mercedes Lackey takes us to a
different alien world: Wells' hometown of Woking during the late 19th century

* "The Tiniest Assassins," in which Mike Resnick suggests that
Wells gets one tiny thing wrong

* The Hugo-winning "The Soul Selects Her Own Society" (the
only reprint in this anthology), in which Connie Willis describes the unfortunate encounter between Emily Dickinson and Wells'
Martians

* Introduction by Robert Silverberg

PUBLICATION DETAILS
The War of the Worlds: Fresh Perspectives on the H. G. Wells Classic (includes the complete text of the original War of the Worlds)

Editor: Glenn Yeffeth
ISBN: 1-932100-55-5
Pub. Month: May 2005
Retail: $17.95 (US)/$25.95 (CAN)
Publisher: BenBella Books
Cover: Trade Paperback


Thanks to Ron S.


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 27, 2005 8:14 pm 
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* "H. G. Wells' Enduring Mythos of Mars," in which Stephen
Baxter provides the history of man's investigations of Mars and explains why Wells was right after all


I've read 'The Time Ships by Stephen Baxter and can highly recommend it, it's a sequel to Wells' The Time Machine, in which the time traveller tries to go back to the future to save Wina The Eloi girl, with disastrous consequences.


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