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Summary

H.G. Wells' classic tale of the dangers of science describes a man cast out from society by his own discovery. A brilliant scientist, obsessed with achieving invisibility, he is prepared to do anything to protect his discovery.
Public Domain (P)2014 Audible, Inc.

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Gripping story, read well

Great story read very well. The audio version of a 'real page turner'. Quite thought provoking too

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A brilliant reading

Edward Hardwicke brings the story alive with a wide selection of voices. Easily the definitive edition of the story.

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Not his best.....

Much preferred The Time Machine And War of the Worlds.

This likely had Victorians on the edge of their seats; it isn’t as thrilling or terrifying as the other two famous stories by Wells though.

This presentation is good.

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