The Invisible Man
Jake Urry, Joanne Evans (Credits)
Publisher: Jake Urry
An unexpected guest at the Coach and Horses in Iping arouses the local's interest with his short temper and his completely covered face. Griffin is seeking solitude and quiet, but is soon forced from the village and finds temporary shelter in the home of an old university friend, Kemp. There, injured and fatigued, he tells his old friend how he discovered the secret to making himself invisible, and tries to join forces with him to use this new power to bring about a reign of terror.
In this new audio version, narrator Jake Urry vividly brings this classic H. G. Wells tale to life for 21st-century audiences.