The Invisible Man (Signet Classics)

The Invisible Man - H.G. Wells I do think that calling the invisible man by the name "The Invisible Man" gets a little annoying after a while.

The Invisible Man has a really funny name, Griffin, that is. He is a scientist who found a way to make things become invisible, by chaging the body's index of refraction so it doesn't reflex light anymore - thus it becomes unseeable. He is his first experiment and succeeds in making himself invisible, but WHOOPS he finds that he cannot do it backwards and remains invisible. So he tries to get help from a friend. The friend obviously does not want to be aquainted with a INVISIBLE MAN, so he betrays him. So Griffin (phahaha) gets man. And he decides to kill him.

Thrilling, indeed.

Fast read, once more, as H.G. Wells delivers, funny at times and obviously SF for its time.