H.G. Wells was an English writer. He was very productive in novel, social commentary, textbooks, but he is mostly known for the science fiction novels and he is called the “Father” of science fiction novels along with Jules Verne.
One of his most distinguished science fiction works is “The Invisible Man” (1897).
The invisible man of the novel is Griffin, a scientist who invents a way to change the body so it becomes invisible. He executes this procedure to himself, but the consequences are calamitous.