The Invisible Man is the fascinating tale of a scientist named Griffin, who creates a serum which renders him invisible. At first he thinks himself a genius, then when going about the town he realises the many problems which come with being invisible. So he heads to the Coach and Horses Inn in Iping to figure out the cure.
At first the book is simply a string of events, and personally I found it very boring. But once the Invisible Man finds himself in Dr. Kemp's home, I was hooked. It was full of suspense and mystery. I was quite sad when the book ended like it did, but if I think about it realistically it couldn't have ended any other way.
If you do decide to read the book, struggle through the beginning chapters. You'll be glad you did.
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