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The Disintegration Machine

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When reporter Ed Malone shows up at the home of his acquaintance, the brilliant but highly eccentric Professor Challenger, he doesn't realize he is in for another adventure. A Latvian scientist has created a machine that can disintegrate matter, and reintegrate it again...or not. This is something that Professor Challenger must see for himself if he is to fully understand its ramifications. Professor George Edward Challenger is the lesser known creation of Sherlock Holmes' creator, Arthur Conan Doyle (1859-1930). Unlike the cool and calculating Homes, Challenger is irascible, domineering and extremely outspoken. In short, he is a lot of fun to read. However, unlike Holmes, Professor Challenger never caught on and as such only five Challenger stories were ever written, and this was the next to the last one (written in 1927). Although somewhat dated, I found this story to be well written and quite exciting. It reflects a world that is now gone, but is quite interesting to read about.
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Product Details

ISBN
9781329203327
Edition
Second Edition
Published
June 9, 2015
Language
English
Pages
24
File Format
PDF
File Size
173.7 KB

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