H. G. Wells

H. G. (Herbert George) Wells (September 21, 1866-August 13, 1946) was a British science fiction writer and noted Socialist. Known as one of the "The Fathers of Science Fiction," his most famous works of fiction include The War of the Worlds (1898), The Time Machine (1895), and The Invisible Man (1897). His autobiography, Experiment in Autobiography (1934), discusses his life and passion for science, his liberal view of politics, social criticism, and the human race.