The Invisible Man by H. G. Wells

The book is a gripping science fiction tale about a scientist who discovers a way to make himself invisible. However, the inability to reverse the process leads him into madness and terror. The narrative explores themes of alienation, social responsibility, and the moral implications of scientific advancement. The invisible man's struggle with his condition and society's reaction to his invisibility serve as a critique of humanity's fear and misunderstanding of the unknown.

The 1592nd greatest book of all time


Published
1897
Nationality
British
Type
Fiction
Pages
The typical page count varies; editions can range from around 140 to 200 pages.
Words
50,000
Original Language
English

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