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DetailsThe stranger came early in February, one wintry day, through a biting wind and a driving snow.’When the residents of Iping first see him, he is wearing an overcoat and goggles, and is covered from head to toe with bandages. His hidden identity and mysterious behavior causes the locals to start asking questions. At first they assume he must have been involved in some kind of horrific accident. But the truth is far more alarming than that.As the reality of the situation starts to become clear, only one thing is certain; the stranger is a troubled soul and can only deal with his personal fear by terrorizing the people around him.First published in 1897, The Invisible Man is HG Wells’s warning to the world about the dangers of science without humanity.ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Considered one of the pioneers of science fiction, Herbert George Wells was born on September 21, 1866 in England.At the age of eighteen, Wells joined The Normal School of Science in Kensington to study Biology. Here he was taught by TH Huxley. This was a crucial period of his life as it had an immense influence on his writing later in life.Wells received a Bachelor of Science from the University of London in 1890 and began to teach. He enjoyed writing stories and articles alongside his day job and gradually moved into writing on a full time basis.While most famous for his work in science fiction, Wells worked on a variety of genres. An advocate of social change and member of the British socialist group, the Fabian Society, Wells spent much of his later years writing about his views on politics and society, and even offered predictions about the direction in which the world was headed. HG Wells continued writing until his death at the age of 79 in 1946.ADAPTED BY: Sean Taylor is an award-winning author of books for young readers of many different ages. Over the years he and his family have spent spells living in England (where he was born) and Brazil (where his wife is from). Wrote magazine articles for trade publications (publishing trade), book, video and music reviews, and religious periodicals. Also wrote articles for local newspapers and contributed short stories and poetry to the collection, O' Georgia: A Collection of Georgia's Most Promising Writers. Also wrote religious curriculum for adults. Wrote short stories, novellas, novels, and comic books for various publishers. Clients include Bookstore Journal, CBA Marketplace, CCM, Inside the Lines, Church Administration magazine, Cyber Age Adventures magazine, IDW Publishing (Gene Simmons Comics Group), Kalyani Navyug (Campfire Graphic Novels), Penguin/Daw Books, Pro Se Press, Airship 27 Productions, and others.ABOUT THE ARTIST: Bhupendra Ahluwalia is a creative professional with over 21 years of rich experience in print and multimedia Skills Illustrations / Animation/Live action movies and web series (Pre/Post production). He has experience in working with Raj Comics, Campfire / Kalyani Navyug Media P Ltd.. In Campfire, he had managed 4 graphic novel projects (256 pages) 5 motion comic animations (40 minutes). In the year 2012, he founded his studio - Tushar Entertainment Studio.ABOUT THE PUBLISHER: Campfire is to entertain and educate young minds by creating unique illustrated books that recount stories of human values, arouse curiosity in the world around us, and inspire with tales of great deeds of unforgettable people.
SKU Code PRK B 1176 Weight in Kg 0.3200 Brand Bookwomb Dispatch Period in Days 3 ISBN No. 9789380028293 Author Name HG WELLS. Adapted by Sean Taylor. Illustrated by Bhupender Ahluwalia. Publisher Name Campfire Graphic Novels