The Invisible Man Tor Classics Horror Book Review
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Tor Classics are affordably-priced editions designed to attract the young reader. Original dynamic cover art enthusiastically represents the excitement of each story. Appropriate “reader friendly” type sizes have been chosen for each title—offering clear, accurate, and readable text. All editions are complete and unabridged, and feature Introductions and Afterwords.
This edition of The Invisible Man includes a Foreword, Biographical Note, and Afterword by Gregory Benford.
It began with a quiet country inn—and a mysterious stranger, his features masked by gloves, dark glasses, and bandages that completely covered his head. Then came weird noises, the disembodied ravings, the phantom robberies, the haunted furniture…
The violence…The rampages…The killing.
An obscure scientist named Griffin had found a way to turn skin, flesh, blood and bones invisible—and tried the formula on himself. He could go anywhere; spy; steal; menace anyone. The Invisible Man had only two problems.
He couldn’t turn visible again.
And he had gone quite murderously insane.