This darkly satirical novel is one of the first appearances of a science fiction classic—scientific experimentation that results in gigantic plants and animals: in this case, an English countryside overrun with giant wasps, giant rodents, and giant human beings.
Very far fetched and not as refined as Well's other works but worth the read for it's satire.
Great social commentary done as only H.G. Wells can write it. I have a paperback of this and was sure I had read it many decades ago but I expect I didn't finish it as most of this was unfamiliar. In any event, this is a story not to be missed.