Herbert George Wells was a prominent english writer who worked in a wide range of genres, but he is mostly known for his science-fiction novels, such as 'The Time Machine', 'The Invisible Man', and 'The War Of The Worlds'. His political views made a strong effect on his later works as he was a convinced socialist and tried to portray the English society with its problems.
'The Island Of Doctor Moreau' is a scientific-fiction novel first published in 1896. It tells us about an English scientist who lives in an island in the Pacific Ocean, as he can't implement all his brilliant ideas living in England. The point is that his experiments don't correspond to the moral code of common londoners — Doctor Moreau seems playing Lord God. What he is up to? What ideas can come to his genius but perverted mind? Read this classical novel that has been made into a number of films and you will know!