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Bealby is a young boy who is absolutely determined not to accept his lot in life as a servant. However, despite having thrown tantrums and argued with his mother about his future he has not been able to change his fate. He reluctantly leaves his home for Shonts, a big country house, to work as a steward’s boy.

What he hasn’t anticipated, howver, are the guests that are arriving for the weekend at the big house, or for the arrival of the eccentric but captivating Lord Chancellor. What follows is an adventure that Bealby will not soon forget.

Although better known for his science fiction stories, such as The Time Machine or The War of the Worlds – both of which have been turned into successful films – H. G. Wells was also a journalist, sociologist and historian and wrote over a hundred books, about fifty of them novels.

First published in 1915 Bealby was originally entitled Bealby a Holiday.

H. G.Wells

Born Herbert George Wells in Kent in 1866, H. G. Wells was an outspoken socialist and pacifist, whose works caused some controversy. He is more widely known as a science fiction writer for the novels that he published between 1895 and 1901: The Time Machine, The Island of Doctor Moreau, The Invisible Man, The War of the Worlds, When the…

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