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    Cool The Many Sequels to H. G. Wells "The Time Machine" (novels)

    I like to binge read sequels to H. G. Wells' "The Time Machine" whenever I can. I thought that I would post a list of some of the novels I found that purport to be what happened next, after the time traveler disappeared. Have you found any that I missed?

    "Timeslip Troopers" by Théo Varlet.

    "The Return of The Time Machine"* by Egon Friedell.

    "The Hartford Manuscript" by Richard Cowper.

    "The Space Machine" by Christopher Priest.

    "Morlock Night" by K. W. Jeter.

    "Time Machine II" by George Pal.

    "The Man Who Loved Morlocks" by David J. Lake.

    "The Truth About Weena" by David J. Lake.

    "The Time Ships" by Stephen Baxter (only sequel approved by Wells estate.)

    "On The Surface" by Bobert J. Sawyer.

    "Beyond The Time Machine" by Burt Libe.

    "Tangles In Time" by Burt Libe.

    "The Time Machine: A Sequel" by David Haden.

    "The British Empire: Psychic Battalions Against The Morlocks" by Simon Baxter.

    "Epilogue: The Time Machine Chronicles" by Jaime V. Batista.

    "Time-Machine Troopers" by Hal Colebatch.

    "The Time Traveler's Tale: Chronicle of a Morlock Captivity" by Paul D. Schullery.

    "Nebogipfel At The End Of Time" by Richard A. Lupoff.
    Here's why I believe that my red looks the same as your red.
    If every person saw the same color differently then the psychological effect of that color would also be equally different for every person.
    BUT, that is not the case. Blues and greens tend to be universally calming.
    Excluding colorblindness, which is physiological and sometimes psychological,
    I believe that people with normal vision and normal brains see the same colors the same way.

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    Uhhh, what discussion do you actually intend to have?

    pm me any reports/questions that you may have
    (it may take a couple of days for me to respond, though)

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