The Invisible Man by H. G. Wells

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The Invisible Man

'“Wells stood by his literary guns. . . . Vividly alive, amazingly pertinent, sometimes unnervingly prescient, as haunting as nightmares or as bright unrecallable dreams.” —Ursula K. Le Guin   “[His stories are] as vivid as any created in our language. . . . Wells opened up the modern novel in a way still not completely recognized.” —The New York Times   “The minds of all of us, and therefore the physical world, would be perceptibly different if Wells never existed.” —George Orwell'
'“Wells stood by his literary guns. . . . Vividly alive, amazingly pertinent, sometimes unnervingly prescient, as haunting as nightmares or as bright unrecallable dreams.” —Ursula K. Le Guin   “[His stories are] as vivid as any created in our language. . . . Wells opened up the modern novel in a way still not completely recognized.” —The New York Times   “The minds of all of us, and therefore the physical world, would be perceptibly different if Wells never existed.” —George Orwell'
Publisher: MysteriousPress.com/Open Road ISBN: 9781497691049 Pages: 581