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The Invisible Man, H.G. Wells
  • The Invisible Man, H.G. Wells

The Invisible Man, H.G. Wells

Collins Classics

Griffin, a stranger, arrives at the local inn of an English village, entirely shrouded in bandages. Forbidding and unfriendly, he confines himself to his room. Driven away by the villagers and turning to an old friend for help, Griffin reveals that he has discovered how to make himself invisible, and plans to use his condition for treacherous ends.

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Title: The Invisible Man

Original: The Invisible Man

Category: Novel

Author: H.G. Wells

Publisher: Collins Classics

Year: 2017

Pgs: 196

Weight: 0.120 kg

ISBN: 978-0-00-819007-1

This book is in English

About the book

Griffin, a stranger, arrives at the local inn of an English village, entirely shrouded in bandages. Forbidding and unfriendly, he confines himself to his room. Driven away by the villagers and turning to an old friend for help, Griffin reveals that he has discovered how to make himself invisible, and plans to use his condition for treacherous ends. But when his friend refuses to join his quest, Griffin turns murderous, threatening to seek revenge on all who have betrayed him.

H. G. Wells’ controversial works are considered modern classics of the science fiction genre. Originally serialised in 1897, The Invisible Man is a fascinating exploration of power, corruption and science.

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