London, Harper Collins, 1995. First edition, first impression. Hardback. A near fine copy of this modern classic of the genre. It behoves me to celebrate this book as a classic of science fiction, though it hasn't had the opportunity through time to prove this. The book is one of the most highly-awarded books in the genre being either nominated or winning seven of the biggest award in the genre including the Hugo (nom.), PKD (won) and BSFA (won). It's also ranked fourth in ISFDB's top 100 list due, of course, to the sheer number of nominations. The book itself is near fine with just a little wear to the corners and a slight sunning to the spine. Block a little toned. Some rubbing to board foreedges, making for white patches. Signed without inscription to the title page. The story is an authorised sequel to Wells's Time Machine and was published to commemorate the 100th anniversary of its publication. Cover art by Les Edwards [8945, Hyraxia Books].