Useless Hands by Claude Farrère

About the Book

The book Useless Hands was authored by Claude Farrere. He began writing in the early 1900’s and used a pen name. He had written many books in French and other languages which were later translated into English. One of the popular stories that he had written was called Useless Hands. The book Useless Hands is an international story that is about weapons. The story reflects the invention of a new weapon and the machines begin to become an important part of everyone’s jobs. The machines have too much power and people have to figure out how to survive and end this disastrous invention once and for all.

Genre: 1920s
Tag: DN
Publisher: Dutton
Publication Year: 1926
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