As a comet hits the earth, a catalytic change passed around the globe, and the world was transformed...
In this book, Mankind is about to kill itself by war, famine, and general evil when a comet comes and... well, honestly not a whole lot changes except for the fact that the Earth becomes a real sugar bowl, and there's no more war, and diseases are cured, and everyone's SO HAPPY you want to vomit, and socialism becomes the law of the land, and no one seems to care. But above all, this book becomes an author's tract after the introduction and serves as a gateway to the depths of Wells' ego.--Submitted by Anonymous
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Very cool book with a well developed plot line