The SFFaudio Podcast #238 – AUDIOBOOK: The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells

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H.G. Wells' The Invisible Man

The SFFaudio PodcastThe SFFaudio Podcast #238 – The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells, read by Cathy Barratt (for LibriVox.org).

This audiobook, 4 hours 35 minutes, is complete and unabridged.

Griffin, a scientist, devoted himself to research into optics – he invented a chemical that could change his body’s refractive index to that of air – he absorbs no light, he reflects no light – he is completely invisible.

First published in Pearson’s Magazine, June 12, 1897.

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2 thoughts to “The SFFaudio Podcast #238 – AUDIOBOOK: The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells”

  1. Why haven’t you heard a READALONG about H.G. Wells’ famous novel…

    THE INVISIBLE MAN

    …on the SFFaudio Podcast?

    Well, it’s a complicated story. But basically it exists, but it’s INVISIBLE

    See there’s THIS AUDIOBOOK in the SFFaudio Podcast

    and then instead of a READALONG there’s a discussion camouflaged as a “REVIEW” on Luke Burrage’s Science Fiction Book Review Podcast
    http://www.sfbrp.com/archives/132

    and then, just because there’s more than one method and purpose and reason to make the invisible more visible we did a whole other show on INVISIBILITY and SMOKE by Donald E. Westlake

    http://www.sfbrp.com/archives/134

    and finally, because I’d been driven mad by the power of invisibility I wrote up a giant blog post entitled “Commentary: The History and Fiction of Invisibility” which talks about the history of INVISIBILTY – and now thanks to Google (and Twitter) destroying the webbased blogosphere – its basically completely…INVISIBLE

    https://www.sffaudio.com/commentary-the-history-and-fiction-of-invisibility/

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