The stranger came early in February, one wintry day, through a biting wind and a driving snow.'
When the residents of Iping first see him, he is wearing an overcoat and goggles, and is covered from head to toe with bandages. His hidden identity and mysterious
behaviour cause the locals to start asking questions. At first they assume he must have been involved in some kind of horrific accident. But the truth is far more alarming than that.
As the reality of the situation starts to become clear, only one thing is certain - the stranger is a troubled soul and can only deal with his personal fear by terrorising the people around him.
First published in 1897, The Invisible Man is H G Wells's warning to the world about the dangers of science without humanity.
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H. G. Wells (Author)
Considered one of the pioneers of science fiction, Herbert George Wells was born in England on 21st September 1866. At the age of eighteen, Wells joined the Normal School of Science in Kensington where he was taught by T H Huxley.This was a crucia...