The Invisible Man–A New Entry for the U.L.S., The Underground Library Society, by Roberta Eaton Cheadle

I am over at Charles French on Words, Reading and Writing with a post about The Invisible Man by H. G. Wells. If you like stories with strong characterisations, this book is for you. It is very insightful into the personality, phycology, and behaviour of the main character. Charles has a great blog and some excellent books so do take a look around while you are there.

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Copy of Roberta Writes - independent pub 2 theme.


Thank you so much to Roberta Eaton Cheadle for creating another entry into the U. L. S., the Underground Library Society! The U. L. S. is an unofficial group of people who are dedicated to the preservation of books and in complete opposition to censorship. The idea is based on the Book People from Ray Bradbury’s Fahrenheit 451.

The Invisible Man by H.G. Wells


The Invisible Man is a science fiction novel by H.G. Wells that was initially published as a series in 1897.

This book examines human nature and the temptations of immorality to humans. Essentially, the author explores how he believes people would behave if there were no consequences to their actions.

The story starts with a stranger arriving at Iping, a small town in the United Kingdom, and taking lodgings at the Coach and Horses Inn. Mrs. Hall, who runs the inn, is pleased to…

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34 thoughts on “The Invisible Man–A New Entry for the U.L.S., The Underground Library Society, by Roberta Eaton Cheadle

    1. HI Lauren, I am lucky to be a fast reader. I know I go through books much quicker than a lot of people. I have always been like that. When I was 9 years old, I have 7 library cards [my 4 and my sister’s 3] and I used to visit the library twice a week.

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      1. Also / just FYI – your comment on Norah’s interview post had me check in with her -I left a comment on that post for you – not sure if you got it – but even though she did make a series of children’s books for the “library for all”
        She still has the wish list goal of doing her own children’s book 😊 and so thanks for your comment because it helped me get it clarified 🙏

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          1. Well she told me somewhere else – so it might just be there
            – also – I admire how you keep up with logs and with comments – do you have any tips for what works for you??

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          2. I did find it. I am using lists now for my go to blogs. You will find this opinion in the menu bar on the side of your screen. I have set up lists for each working day and included 10 blogs I want to visit on that day. I use weekends to catch up on other blogs that I like but don’t interact with as often or if I get behind on my lists.

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          3. Thank you so much !
            I did just notice that the follow option has a way for us to leave the reader and just see a list of who posted and when – so when I scrolled my follows I could see that so and so posted 4 hours ago and could go right there

            Thanks for the tip –

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