On a bitter evening in the depths of winter, a mysterious stranger arrives to the remote English village of Iping, his face swaddled in bandages. The Invisible Man tells the tale of a scientist who has found a way to make himself invisible. To his anger and dismay, however, the experiment appears irreversible.
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... This gorgeous edition presents this fantastic book in a beautiful cloth-bound hardback with silver foil.
Herbert George Wells