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A thoroughly enjoyable book that is suspensful and scary.
Oct 11, 2007
HG Wells has written several classics, but "The Invisible Man" is his best work. Absolute power corrupts and in this cas Griffin thinks he has power after his experiments have left him invisible to the human eye. The dark humor is well done making this a fun science fiction.
This book is dramatically different from the Claude Rains film. Dr Kelmp is not such a villian. Griffin is shown as a nice guy who is just being driven mad by his new found power. Griffin is both villian and victim in this story.
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