This book has got twenty-three short stories from H.G. Wells, written early on in his writing career. Even though Wells stories are a century old, they have a timeless quality that sustained my interest until the end.
I truly love science fiction and ‘The Country of the Blind: and Other Science-Fiction Stories” just reminded me of that. The stories are so very well written and concise that in these tales of mystery and imagination there is something of interest for most.
The thing with Wells is that his descriptions are a little long and you’re not sure where he’s going but doesn’t keep you from enjoying the book. ‘The Country of the Blind” makes you realize there are different societies and different ways to determine what is right and wrong according to each society.