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The Invisible Man
H.G. Wells
51 Installments

An arrogant medical student renders himself invisible in an experiment and terrorizes a small town in England while attempting to reverse the procedure. An iconic fleshing out of Plato’s parable, “The Ring of Gyges.”

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I have to review The War of the Worlds for school. I thought that it was a great book. There was a lot of detail but action at the same time. I would recommend it to any action-loving reader.
 
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Have only read a bit of HG Wells before, and must say that this, for me, is the perfect kind of Daily Lit read. It's not too long so I finish it within a reasonable time and it's exciting. Not too too many details to remember between installments thus easy to find the thread again.<br/>Not sure if Wells was reflecting on some sort of post war experience, but the scenes of the main character tramping through a war-torn England seemed particularly poignant.
 
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A book you should read...
If you are free. So read this book.I like this book much. But ending was not so good.
 
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