The Invisible Man [H.G Wells]

The Invisible Man - H.G. Wells

The part that I found the most interesting was his "descent into madness". It is impossible to tell how moral he was (or wasn't) before he became invisible, but he lost his morals very quickly after he became invisible: robbing people and not caring who got hurt as long as he got what he wanted.

I hadn't expected the story to start out as it did, since the summary made me assume that the book was going to start with his experiments and follow him though his life after he became invisible. We only learn how he became invisible about halfway though, when he's talking to Kemp, who he knew from school.