One of H.G. Wellsâs masterpieces in science fiction, The Invisible Man follows experimental scientist Griffin who invents a serum designed to make the imbiber invisible. Having tested the potion on himself, Griffin discovers that it does not work exactly as intended and finds himself burdened with a condition for which there is no known remedy.
As the voyeuristic reader, we follow Griffinâs descent into madness, exploring the question of morality as the scientist explores the boundaries of what has become his new normal.
But what will eventually become of Griffin? Is the transformation he has undergone - both mental and physical - permanent? And who can or will hold him accountable for his actions?