The classic tale of Griffin, the stereotypical “mad scientist,” who discovers an invisibility serum, then, of course, madness. Originally serialized in Pearson’s Magazine in 1897 and published in book form the same year. The basis for countless adaptations and parodies, the most famous being the Claude Raines film from 1933.
“…handsomely designed with luxurious, leatherette finish covers… A distinguished addition to all home libraries.” ….uh huh…
Don’t ever use “leatherette” and “distinguished” in the same sentence unless you’re dealing with a sucker.
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