The Invisible Man (Paperback)
When a mysterious stranger, wrapped in bandages arrives at an inn in the English village of Iping, the lives of everyone will be changed forever.
Griffin is a young scientist who, upon discovering the key to invisibility, must live in his own personal hell, where every moment is another experiment, and every experiment brings a new failure as he tries to reverse the effects. As his failures mount, Griffin descends into madness, bringing death and destruction to the village.
The Invisible Man is a classic study in psychological horror and chaos that will give you chills and asks the scientific question, just because you can, doesn't mean you should.
This edition contains a special introduction by horror and science fiction author William Schlichter.