Twenty-three men - a War Syndicate - offer to assume the expense of a war for the United States after a gunfight erupts between two vessels off the Canadian coast.
A scientist creates a serum to render himself invisible, but he can't reverse it, and this and this intolerable state drives him to madness and murder.
Dr. Moreau and his assistant Montgomery are engaged in a series of experiments. They are attempting to transform animals into manlike beings.
Two men are taken to a new world where they meet a race of human who are physically and mentally superior, living in an advanced civilization.
Each of the linked stories follows a different hero while gradually revealing the mystery of Caspak's biology
This book is about the author himself in this story, it is because he has been deeply involved in its startling events, events doubtless among the most extraordinary which this twentieth century will witness.
Edgar Rice Burroughs (1875-1950), found success as a writer in 1914. His first novel, "Tarzan of the Apes", was an immediate success.
The Dweller reawakened on the island of Ponape where an ancient civilization once existed by a Dr. David Throckmartin and his group of scientist explorers is a vampire seeking new souls to devour.
The People That Time Forgot, first published in book form in 1924 as the sequel to The Land That Time Forgot, is one of Burrough's most thrilling science-fiction adventure stories.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is remembered almost solely for his creation of the detective Sherlock Holmes.