The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells, 2nd Scholastic Library edition paperback printing, T540, 1965, 220 pages. Cover design by Constance Ftera. Unabridged.
DESCRIPTION: “Under the mask, the wig, the bandages, there is…empty space! Not a ghost, but a real man- a mad scientist who has discovered the secret of making himself invisible.
Will it make him the most powerful person in the world, as he has dreamed, or prove a curse beyond his wildest nightmare?
Here is H.G. Wells at his fantastic best- a story filled with humor, imagination, and suspense that will delight not only science fiction fans but all lovers of fine, fast-paced writing.” (from the back cover)