Memoirs of an Invisible Man

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Thorndike--Magna, Jan 1, 1987 - Fiction - 765 pages
3 Reviews
Here is the story of a man made invisible and forced to cope with life in New York City. A sensational first novel that will be a very high-profile bestseller as a Dell paperback. A BOMC Main Selection and a national bestseller on The San Francisco Chronicle list. "A wow of a book . . . magnificent . . . more inventive, ingenious, entertaining and exciting than any you've read or seen before".--People.

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User Review  - Susan Erhardt - Goodreads

Not a quickie read by any means, but a really good book! It's about a guy who accidentally becomes invisible and then tries to avoid capture by the government. They want to experiment on him, of ... Read full review

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User Review  - Laureen - Goodreads

I actually read this book about 17 years ago and just loved it then. I just read a review which said the movie was better - I must disagree. I felt the book although Sci-Fi ish had depth and you felt ... Read full review

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Section 2
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Section 3
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