A Science Fiction tale of terror and suspense
The Invisible Man is a classic read with conflicts galore: Between society and the individual. Between lust for power and wealth, and the collective good of society. Between my literary side that wanted to ruminate on themes of alienation and self-absorption...
The Invisible Man: A Science Fiction tale of terror and suspense.
Would you vanish if you found the secret to invisibility and try to gain all the advantages you could by concealing yourself from the human eyes? Most of us would.
The Invisible Man is a gripping and entertaining tale of terror and suspense.
It is the fascinating science fiction story of Griffin, a scientist who render himself invisible, and his descent into madness and murder that follows. Griffin becomes invisible and is suddenly above the law, stealing as he sees fit and cheapshotting people who can’t see him.
In this famous novel by H.G. Wells, the reclusive scientist, swathed in layers of clothing, moves into an English inn. He’s unfriendly and angry, and when a burglary occurs, people start to wonder.