The Invisible Man
The Invisible Man tells the tale of a scientist who finds a way to make himself invisible, but to his dismay is unable to reverse the experiment. Freed from the constraints of the law and rejected from a society that fears him, Griffin descends into madness. Wells' disturbing and insightful novel explores the question of morality when a man is free to do as he pleases without risk of being caught.
Herbert George Wells was a prolific writer born in Kent in 1866. He was nominated for the Nobel Prize in Literature no fewer than four times. He was passionate about politics as well as literature and his output included several nonfiction pieces to go with his array of short stories and novels.
Pub Date: 2020
Size: 5.00 x 8.00 inches