Herbert George Wells (1866-1946) received popularity as an English book writer. He published a diversity of short stories, novels, history, biography and many more. He also completed two books focused on recreational war games. His followers remember him for his science fiction novels. After a car accident, Wells became bedbound and started developing his love for books. Later he joined the Thomas Morley’s Commercial Academy, a private school. He continued at the school until 1880. After his father’s accident and challenge to support the family, Wells accepted diverse apprenticeships. One of his positions between 1880 to 1883 as a draper at Southsea Drapery Emporium, Hyde’s, changed into an unhappy event.
This experience motivated Wells to write his famous books, for example, Kipps (1905), The History of Mr Polly (1910) and The Wheels of Chance (1896). Later Wells won a scholarship to join the Normal School of Science in London and started his biology studies. Other novels Wells published received significant recognition, for example, The Time Machine (1895), The Invisible Man (1897) and The War of the Worlds (1898). He received the Nobel Prize awards four times.
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