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The Invisible Man

Version: Unabridged
Reader: Solo Male/English
Format: MP3 Audio CD

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The books starts out with a town spooked by a stranger who arrives wearing a long coat, a widebrimmed hat, goggles, and bandages wrapped around his face. The stranger lives in total solitude in his room, conducting scientific experiments and only venturing out at night. Later, the stranger unfolds his story to a Dr. Kemp: the man is Mr. Griffin, a medical student who once studied under Dr. Kemp. Mr. Griffin has, through scientific discovery, made himself invisible. However, he does not know how to become visible again. Being invisible for a period of time has clearly taken a toll on his mental stability: Kemp realizes that Mr. Griffin has become insane and dangerous. Mr. Griffin confides to Kemp that he plans to begin a “reign of terror” on the nation. When Kemp attempts to turn Griffin into the authorities, he becomes the Griffin’s first target. The idea of “the invisible man” has been a recurrent theme in many works of fiction and film. “The invisible man” is usually a tormented man: what happens to a person when they aren’t acknowledged, aren’t seen? Wells’ The Invisible Man is a cautionary tale: not only against the dangers of scientific exploitation, but against the corruptive nature of excessive power. It makes for a very exciting read. Title: The Invisible Man Author: H.G. Wells ISBN: 9781775420170 Version: Unabridged Language: English Reader: Solo Male Format: MP3 Audio CD Tracks / Chapters: 13 Chapters Total running time: 04:47:12
Version: Unabridged
Reader: Solo Male/English
Format: MP3 Audio CD
Tracks / Chapters: 13 Chapters
Total running time: 04:47:12
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