The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells

This book is about, well, an invisible man. Pretty self explanatory.

I’ll have to say, I didn’t really like this book.

It was a good book, don’t get me wrong. Pretty good sci-fi novel, but still. I didn’t really like it. And that mostly has to do with the fact that I didn’t like any (and I mean any) of the characters. None. Partly because I couldn’t relate to them (at all), but also because I just couldn’t like them. I didn’t hate any of them. I just didn’t care. I was very “meh” about all of them.

The plot was cool, though, and the idea behind it was also enjoyable. I liked the sentiment behind it, and I’d almost say that it’s worth the annoying characters just for the book itself.