Vintage Sci Fi: Book No.18

vintage-sf-badgeNo.18: The Invisible Man by H G Wells

As part of Vintage Sci Fi month being hosted by Little Red Reviewer I’ve given myself a small challenge to post a vintage book each day – one that I’ve read – and to highlight some of the covers.   Today’s choice is The Invisible Man by H G Wells. Another story that was originally serialised and then published in 1897.  This is a fascinating concept (I think my favourite is the ’83):

First Edition:

First Edition, The Invisible Man

First Edition 1897

1963 Washington Square: I like this one

1963 Washington Square

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1968 Berkeley:  Creepy cover

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1968 Berkeley

1983 Bantam: Really like this cover:

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1983 Bantam

Aerie 1992: I actually think this one really does look creepy:

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Aerie 1992

Penguin 2007:

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5 Responses to “Vintage Sci Fi: Book No.18”

  1. Mogsy @ BiblioSanctum

    This story has always given me the creepy vibes, but geez, the 1986 cover is downright horror inducing. Run-away-screaming like 🙂

  2. jessicabookworm

    I haven’t read this or anything by H G Wells – I do have a couple of his books on my Classics Club list. These are some seriously creepy covers for this book!

    • @lynnsbooks

      I’ll have to check which books of his you have on your list. I think you’d enjoy the Time Machine.
      Some of these are indeed creepy!
      Lynn 😀

  3. maddalena@spaceandsorcery

    Even thought it’s indeed creepy, the 1992 cover gives off the perfect vibes 🙂

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