The Invisible Man (SF Masterworks, #47)
Publish date: December 6th 2001
Pages no: 144
Edition language: English
, Science Fiction Fantasy
, Science Fiction
, European Literature
, British Literature
, 19th Century
Decent read. Liked the interactions with the Invisible Man and the other characters, especially the innkeeper. Didn't care for his violence too much.
Classic cautionary tale of what genius without morals can bring about. I found interesting that the same disregard for consequences or others was Griffin's doom itself, going beyond the whole typical "evil does not pay", because it tied to an inability to think long term, see down-sides, and plan. H...
Not as interesting as I expected it to be but another "classic" checked off the list.
Universal Studios and Claude Rains' Invisible Man will always be the Invisible Man to me, but I enjoyed finally reading the original story. In the novel Griffin is a brilliant scientist obsessed with the nature of color, optics to be exact. As an albino he's faced a lot of discrimination, which perh...
I was going to open by saying that this was a lot darker than some of Wells' other books that I have read, but when I consider The Time Machine and War of the Worlds I somehow feel that it was a part of his style. Despite that, I do actually consider that this book is somewhat darker and in a way fe...
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