H.G. Wells' home is on Hanover Terrace in London. The famed author lived here from 1936 to 1946, the year he died. During his time here Wells lectured, visited America, and continued to write, producing his final novel You Can't Be Too Careful in 1942. He was famous, wealthy, and a little behind the times for more modern audiences, and although he continued to produce much written work, none of it has stood the test of time as his earlier efforts have. In continually failing health, he was troubled through his last years with neuritis, diabetes, liver cancer, and a weak heart. On the morning of August 13, 1946, he died of heart failure in his bed, here at Hanover Terrace, five weeks shy of his 80th birthday.