The Man Who Loved Morlocks
A Sequel to The Time Machine As Narrated By The Time Traveller
by David J. Lake
Illustrated by Steph Campbell
Hyland House Publishing, 1981, [First Edition?], ISBN 0908090404, black and white illustrations, hardcover with illustration on front board, dust-jacket
Very Good Condition, some edge and shelf wear, a little rubbing to edges and corners, no inscriptions, tight, bright and clean copy considering age, dust-jacket shows a little rubbing and bumping, small chips to edges and corners, small tears to edges and corners, minor rubbing to DJ surfaces, 3 tiny pinprick holes at spine of DJ (see photographs)
On a cold Friday morning in 1892 the Time Traveller vanished, apparently forever, into the fourth dimension. His chronicler, H. G. Wells, glimpsed a ghostly figure, a blur, and the Traveller and his Machine were no more. Had he launched himself once again into the Future, or had he gone to explore the millennia of the Past?
In this sequel to H. G. Wells's The Time Machine the Time Traveller resumes his narrative. Having journeyed through time to put his story into the hands of a publisher, we can now share the adventure of his second encounter with the morlocks, this time equipped with a camera - and a Colt revolver. But, prepared as he is for a violent confrontation, he is totally unprepared for the subtle and ironic twists Time has in store ..."