“Vaqt mashinasi” by Gerbert Uells
Herbert Wells’ science fiction novel The Time Machine was one of the first to introduce the concept of time travel and the employment of technology in it. An intertemporal traveler visits the far future in this work. Scientific advancement and social injustice contributed to the deterioration of humanity during the time he lived in, creating a sort of anti-utopia. The traveler who happened to be in this time period was subjected to unexpected and violent events, which the author describes in detail. The traveler starts to investigate the brand-new human society into which he has fallen—this time period in which people enjoy themselves without working and in which infectious diseases have been entirely eradicated. He draws the initial and somewhat hasty conclusion that humankind has reached an absolute condition of rest and that scientific and technological advancement on Earth has ceased. You will have exciting reading moments with “Time Machine” because the book is full of unexpected occurrences.